"The Leather Sea" as written by Gary Anthony James Webb, Adrian Fenton, Christopher James Mccormack and Nathan John Boddy....
She swims across the leather sea
Her skin reflects so beautifully
She looks to me and turns away
So this is the last real day

Your god is guilty, your god is nothing
You'll see things he'll never see
Your god was nowhere, a false confession
And never there to comfort me

Your god is nowhere, your god is nothing
You'll see things he'll never see
Your god is only a fallen idol
A ghost of sick humanity

There is a hate that burns within
Desolate places that I've been
Come back to me, I need to say
I'd breathe for you for just one day

Your god is guilty, your god is nothing
You'll see things he'll never see
Your god was nowhere, a false confession
And never there to comfort me

Your god is nowhere, your god is nothing
You'll see things he'll never see
Your god is only a fallen idol
A ghost of sick humanity


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"The Leather Sea" as written by Christopher James Mccormack Adrian Fenton

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    General CommentThis song will always remind me of washing up, because that's what I was doing when I first heard it. Every time I hear it I get that hot, clean feeling in my hands. It's kind of like a Proustian rush, except really annoying. I want to just enjoy the song, not think about cleaning plates when I hear it!
    Monopatinistaon February 18, 2008   Link

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