"Across Yer Ocean" as written by Jonathan Daniel Donahue, Sean Thomas Mackowiak and Jeffrey Scott Mercel....
And where we go from here is anybody's guess
These thoughts I've got inside, ain't easy to confess
My hand upon my heart, I draw a little breath
'cause I've fallen down (down, down, down)

And I bleed and I feel that it's all too real
On a wave of emotion sending ships across yer ocean
And I've lost all my reasons but it's you I can believe in

And looking in your eyes, the eyes they fall away
And holding to your hand, I waste away the day
I've got to make it known, I've got to let you see
But I'm not so strong

And I bleed and I feel that it's all too real
On a wave of emotion sending ships across yer ocean
And I've lost all my reasons but it's you I can believe in

Believe in, Believe in oh
Believe in, Believe in oh

No, I'm not that strong

And I bleed and I feel that it's all too real
On a wave of emotion sending ships across yer ocean
And a way of feeling that inside I know I'm healing
All these waves of emotion sending ships across yer ocean
And I've lost all my reasons but it's you I can Believe in


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"Across Yer Ocean" as written by Jonathan Daniel Donahue Jeffrey Scott Mercel

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    General CommentAnne gave me a cd with lots of bands and this one song caught my attention. The lyrics are great to sing to...the rhyming and play of words. I think i've heard this song too many times but still havent gotten tired of it. As to the meaning of this song:

    Infidelity, some kind of shame or adultery or betrayal as to portray thoughts inside that are hard to confess. However, to the hope of the other lover is to make them understand and ask for indirect forgiveness.
    Mode000on October 02, 2006   Link

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