He walked in Ralph Lauren
I walked in the Pacific Ocean
Backwards was my shirt, against the grain
You know it hurts, it hurts again
And again you always win
I sit and watch the bottle spin
And still I hope it never points to me
You know it hurts to see you see
And all your time in junior high
Smoking grass and skipping class
Listening to your favourite records
By the Pistols and the Clash

The Great Pacific Ocean
Needs Hawaii in the middle
To keep an eye on it or maybe two
A place to stop between the flights to you

He got a deal on what to buy
I got a deal on at the by-the-way
You didn’t know about my pain
You know it hurts, it hurts again
And again, I never win
I sit and let the bottle spin again
I lost my head, I lost it all
I lost our love at the shopping mall

You've build the greatest circle
But you need me in the middle
To keep an eye on me (I see you too)
A place to stop between the fights with you


Lyrics submitted by geekusa

The Great Pacific Ocean song meanings
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