The tides will rise, the time will call
Wish I never saw it fall
Who we are, and what we've done
It hasn't shown

Don't tell me that this is just a reason to sleep
Give me your hands to mine and see who tried this time
And wanting nothing more than to flee these streets
(Live for me)
But this is a life so consider, so consider the sea

And I won't say you're useless
Because I, I've seen you dream
And convincing the sun not to rise
Won't hide, won't hide you
And I won't say you're useless
Because I
(These seasick dreams)
Phony wings placid and stationary

Don't tell me that this is just a reason to sleep
Give me your hands to mine and see who tried this time
And wanting nothing more than to flee these streets
(Live for me)
But this is a life so consider, so consider the sea

The moves I like, places I won't go
In fear of never getting back


Don't tell me that this is just a reason to sleep
Give me your hands to mine and see who tried this time
And wanting nothing more than to flee these streets
(Live for me)
But this is a life so consider, so consider the sea


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Consider The Sea song meanings
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  • +1
    General Comment"give me your hands to mine" is actually "compare your hands to mine"
    pretty sure
    freddiemercuryon January 05, 2010   Link
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    General Commentthis is probably a terrible interpretation but its about having a dream and not acting on it
    mymomsapandaon July 23, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General Commentthe chorus is actually this:

    Don't tell me that this is just a reason to sleep
    Give me your hands to mine and see who tried this time
    It's wanting nothing more than to flee these streets
    (Live for me)
    But this is life so consider, so consider the sea

    and that bridge is actually this:
    The moves I like, places I won't go
    In fear of never coming back
    CassieBREEon August 18, 2009   Link

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