"Sinking With the Ship" as written by and Doyle Cottone....
the silver storms that lie ahead,
will soon be rattling your windows.
as patient men, we will ascend
and follow wherever the wind blows.

we're all sinking with the ship!
we're all sinking with the ship!
we all taste the salt water on our lips!
and we are all sinking with the ship.

when will we feel free to say,
"we're not attached to a nation!"
i'm waiting still this very day,
for something to shake that foundation.

we're all sinking with the ship!
we're all sinking with the ship!
we all taste the salt water on our lips!
and we are all sinking with the ship.

we're all sinking with the ship!
we're all sinking with the ship!
we all taste the salt water on our lips!
and we are all sinking with the ship.

we're all sinking with the ship!
we're all sinking with the ship!
we all taste the salt water on our lips!
and we are all sinking.
and we are all sinking with the ship.




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