Last night I think I lived a thousand years
Caught wind of the soft song of passing winds
Swam past the seas and met a school of fish
Joined class they said to keep a weather eye
Keep a weather eye out

That sound that pulled me out, got louder still
Till salt and sea became a vacuum's mouth
I tumble into a darkened room
Which was all void and smelled of stale sea air
I said, my oh my, where on earth am I?

I've been swallowed whole
Now a passenger in the belly of fate
(fate, yeah, fate, oh)

Last night I traveled without eyes or ears
Sat idle in the womb of elder's tales
From sailing to the Isle of Wight
Hostage in the mouth of myth

I said, my oh my, where on earth am I?
I've been swallowed whole
Now a passenger in the belly of fate.


Lyrics submitted by iluvincubus09

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