"Remember When That Train Wrecked Our Lifestyle?" as written by Michael Tyler Welsh, Nathan Edward Parrish, Andrew Michael Lane, Andrew Glen Rector, Christopher Daniel Walker, Jeremi Blake Mattern and Juan Manuel Lopez....
Can you hear me?
I'm choking on rain clouds
coughing up lightning
Trembling like thunder
The water is coming in
It's pulling me under
For forty days and four hundred nights
With no end in sight
I know these clouds will never part ways
But sunlight started creeping

You came in like the southern wind
Started blowing in, started knocking me down
I felt alive when I hit the ground
To me you are the desert sand
To me you're comfort like dry land
You're shelter from the storm
You are hands that keep me warm

So southern wind pick me up
and dry me out
Take away all my fear
erase my doubts
I'm a castaway and I'm afraid
of dying alone
I want to know what it's like
to breathe again
I want to hear my own heart beat again
I'm tired of drowning

Now I am not afraid to take on the rain
And I won't shy away from these white waves
crashing down around my face
Set an open course for the eye of the storm
I'm ready to chase my white whale
So let loose these tattered sails
And it doesn't matter if I make it back or if I fail
Because you saved me and that will be enough somehow
not even an ocean could stop me now
No, not even an ocean could stop me now

Not even an ocean could stop me now


Lyrics submitted by fruit poounch

Remember When That Train Wrecked Our Lifestyle? song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain