"Whitewater" as written by Steven Matthew Holt, Brock Nicholas Lindow and Thomas Daniel Noonan....
From sky stars fell out into graves
Breathing while dying
Companies of ghosts remain
Alone with, with the sea
And as they fade away

Late night hope and wish
Even now you're undressed in my sleep

Slowly the swells of light seep through
As we breathe in the darkened sky
And in times of grace replace my distaste
Signals flare and layers fade away

What water won't wash away
Don't let it confuse
The road to soul is lonely at best
I've arrived at empty

And as it burns away
Late night hope and wish
Even now you're undressed in my sleep

Slowly the swells of light seep through
As we breathe in the darkened sky
And in times of grace replace my distaste
Signals flare and layers fade away

You won't destroy me or break my will
You won't destroy me or break my will

And in times of grace replace my distaste
Signals flare and layers fade away
Slowly the swells of light seep through
As we breathe in the darkened sky

And in times of grace replace my distaste
Signals flare as layers fade away

Or break my will


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"Whitewater" as written by Brock Nicholas Lindow Steven Matthew Holt

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    My InterpretationI guess this song is about conception, also about the decision to have a child, and how it has to be strong and set in stone.
    simplevladon June 11, 2011   Link

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