Those black clouds are whispering,
Lonely raindrops on our skin
Waste without the waste within
The thunder and lightning will not rest until we die
She came in to start a war
We don’t know what we’re fighting for
I heard the key turn in the door
She took me by the arm, and dragged me out into the sea
Is that what it’s about?

And I’m soaking wet
With the storm across my eyelids
The air is cold and I’ve forgot my coat
That’s enough, that’s enough, that’s enough

Everyone has had enough,
Of this violence, of this violence
So seep through my crooked fingers
To let it all decay
Throw the rocks into the water, to wash it all away

I hope that puts some wind in your sails
That puts some wind in your sails
That puts some wind in your sails
That puts some wind in your sails

And I’m soaking wet
With the storm across my eyelids
The air is cold and I’ve forgot my coat
That’s enough, that’s enough, that’s enough


And I’m soaking wet
(that put’s some wind in your sails)
With the storm across my eyelids
(that puts some wind in your sails)
The air is cold and I’ve forgot my coat
(that puts some wind in your sails)
That’s enough, that’s enough, that’s enough
(that puts some wind in your sails)



Lyrics submitted by dricambo

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