"Private Shipwreck" as written by and Luke Temple Breneman....
I made a frantic gesture
We finally won the war
I laid down my time

They say we won their freedom
But my hands are trembling
There freedom for my mind

How can I live together
But die alone
My life’s a private shipwreck at sea
Maybe I’ll rise from the ashes
Take a skipping stone
And throw it passed the wave that’s come for me

I knew your face while sleeping
I picked up every stone
It could have been mine
Now the mirrors cracking
Along with every bone
In God's own design

How can I live together
But die alone
My life’s a private shipwreck at sea
Maybe I’ll rise from the ashes
Take a skipping stone
And through it past the wave that’s come for me


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"Private Shipwreck" as written by Luke Temple Breneman

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