"Seventh Wave" as written by and Christopher Thomas Traynor Gavin Rossdale....
To the end of time, the world stops, we all stand sill
Let the floods come, as they always do, watch the sun break through
We are memories and signs, some of what we leave behind, waiting for the wave
We are fragments made of time, we are broken, we are fine,
There's something, repetition, real life, not some exhibition

I wouldn't wish it on you, I wouldn't wish it on myself
Insinuatory illness, over worked, can not help

To steal you from a future life, you've got to stop hurt
A thousand ways you can escape, disappear and fade away
Tell me that I'm wrong, all that strength can make you weak
Chasing you and chasing me, all night
There's something, repetition, real life, not some exhibition

I wouldn't wish it on you, I wouldn't wish it on myself
Insinuatory illness, over worked, can not help
The battle seems lost babe, you make it back like no one else

There's something, repetition, real life, real life, real life, real life

I wouldn't wish it on you, I wouldn't wish it on myself
The battle seems lost babe, you make it back like no one else
Insinuatory illness, over worked, can not help
I wouldn't wish it on you, I wouldn't wish it on myself
Myself, myself


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"Seventh Wave" as written by Gavin Rossdale Christopher Traynor

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    General CommentI think this is about living and the fact that death is ahead of us. When you die, all you've basically left is a memory and a few other things. The flood and the end of time is the death of you and we're all just little fragments in a long life strand of the world. Living and death happens every single day because it is real life and it's repetitive. Sure, you wouldn't wish it on someone to die but it happens.
    Greg_on December 23, 2008   Link

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