"Grey Ice Water" as written by Isaac Brock, Eric Judy and Jeremiah Green....
Standing by the grey ice water
Out in the wind, above the ground in the weather
You had yourself a crazy lover
Becoming frozen, trying hard to forget her

You got a job up in Alaska
To save what the cannery pays
There ain't nowhere to spend it
On a boat, it's a fish trap

You took the path of least resistance
On the phone, cutting out talking
Short to long, long, long distance
You're standing by the grey ice water

Standing by the grey ice water
Out in the wind, above the ground out in the water
You had yourself a crazy lover
Become unfrozen, trying hard to forget her

You got a job up in Alaska
To save what the cannery pays
There ain't nowhere to spend it
On the arctic blast

You got a job up in Alaska
To save what the cannery pays
There ain't nowhere to spend it
On the arctic blast

On the arctic blast
On the arctic blast


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