I remember that house boat by the pool,
"Yellow Brick Road" on the jukebox, that was cool.
Now the sunburn stings and I feel like I was a kid
but I was a fool
'cause it all had strings attached
right down to the myth they sold us in school.

Everything orange and yellow
back then we went down the canal by ourselves
thought we had our own grip on life
but like the rope or the bell
we were already building a world for someone else
Yeah, we were already drinking the dreams of someone else

You weave the rope you're now pulling out
I keep thinking how can I just see it now?
We've been riding that white wave of sound
in every innocuous spot on the dial
in every transmission of some actor's smile
we willingly rode the white wave down
we rode the white wave down

oooh ooh ooh
oooh ooh ooh ooh ooh oooh
oooh ooh ooh

Wake up one morning
it's not fine
but you can sign at the line
Don't wanna be another radio tower in time
but you can resign if you like

You weave the rope you're now pulling out
I keep thinking how can I just see it now?
We've been riding that white wave of sound
in every innocuous spot on the dial
in every transmission of some actor's smile
we willingly rode the white wave down
we rode the white wave down
we rode the white wave down
oh, we rode the white wave down.


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White Wave song meanings
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