Deep, deep, deep, deep in the ocean
there's a waterproof wristwatch that was dropped
from a boat on a cruise
by a man full of booze,
but even without a wrist it never stopped.

Through an accidental accident at the factory
it was made so that it never need be wound,
for the watch ran on love
which it had plenty of
for deep in the ocean there's plenty of love to be found.

below the boats and sky
there's no such thing as time
there is no need for trying to
put it together
put it together


I believe we'll someday lose our feet,
pick up some gills, and travel

Deep, deep, deep, deep in the ocean,
and enjoy a life that never should get old.
But it can and it will,
for we'll be human still,
and wherever ocean real estate is sold

we'll be buying and selling
and always propelling it forwards,
and the leader of fish will take a stand,
and we shall see it swim
with a wristwatch on its fin
and the race of fish will be taking over our land.


the fish will take our seats
the schools, the farms, the streets
and we'll be stuck down deep and
maybe we'll never
put it together


DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
and motionless.
DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
THERE'LL BE NO SUN anymore.

below the boats and sky
there's no such thing as time
there is no need for trying to
put it together
we'll be forever


DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
and motionless.
DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
and motionless.
DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
and motionless.
DEEP IN THE OCEAN,
DEEP IN THE OCEAN
and motionless.

So much for our fish friends!
Loose ends
can't be tied... tied...
Old selves have have died.
Goggle eyed
and chased by whales,
swimmin', zoomin',
mermaid tails,
almost human,
skin turned to scales!
I conclude:
We've become sea food.
We've become sea food.
We've become sea food.
We've become sea food.


Lyrics submitted by Homepie

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