"Mariners Way" as written by Damon Minchella, Simon Fowler, Oscar Lloyd Harrison and Stephen Cradock....
We came down the stairs
And hardly said a word
And all through the day
That's all we heard
And we wanted to know
Where mariners went wrong
And all through the day
We played the same song

And I let the wind blow down my leg
And I let the rain wash over my face
'cause I've seen love
Falling in the rain
Lightening up the sun
To show you that you
Are here again

We lived by the door
And we hardly knew what for
And all through the day
Nothing was heard
But I still want to know
Where mariners way went wrong
And all the same year
They play the same son

And I let the wind blow down my leg
And I let the rain wash over my face
'cause I've seen love
Falling in the rain
Lightening up the sun
To show you that you
Are here again

And I let the wind blow down my leg
And I let the rain wash over my face
'cause I've seen love
Falling in the rain
Lightening up the sun
To show you that you
Are here again


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit

"Mariners Way" as written by Oscar Lloyd Harrison Damon Minchella

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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