"Rolling Sea" as written by and Andrew Cabic....
Wouldn't you love to be out on the rollin' sea
With only the sky above you for a roof
What if all your friends were there
Laugh at all your jokes and share
Sweet salt air with you
Wouldn't that be good
You know it would

Wouldn't you love to find your self there some time
Duckin' when the bow swings your way?
When ever we make plans you tell me your a busy man,
That you'd go but that you really should stay.

Nothin' escapes the rolling sea
Not the past nor you or me.
You keep the world at bay,
Should it all wash away
You wouldn't feel the pain of those who can.


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"Rolling Sea" as written by Andrew Cabic

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    General CommentI think in the second part of the second verse he says, "Laugh at all your jokes and share, sweet salt air with you, wouldn't that be good? You know it would." And at the last line of the last verse says, "While the weathers fine." Just trying to make sure there right, no offense to you :)
    frayedover90on January 21, 2010   Link

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