It's a nice day for a swim
Tie the weights around my feet and stumble in
And dare the tide to turn

I've been waiting here so long
Hoping the answers would just somehow come along
It takes time to learn
But I've got no more time to burn

My arms feel stronger now than ever before
My eyes see far beyond the tide
The only sure way to lose
Is being afraid to choose
So just decide
Just decide

It started somewhere in my chest
I rest for daily work then work for daily rest
But not any more
I left that with my clothes back on the shore

My arms feel stronger now than ever before
My eyes see far beyond the tide
The only sure way to lose
Is being afraid to choose
So just decide
Just decide

Get over, get over, before they drag you under
Get over, get over, before they drag you under
Get over, get over, before they drag you under
Get over, get over, go on and take one step
Before that step is taken for you

My arms feel stronger now than ever before
My eyes see far beyond the tide
The only sure way to lose
Is being afraid to choose
So just decide
Just decide

My arms feel stronger now than ever before
My eyes see far beyond the tide
The only sure way to lose
Is being afraid to choose
So just decide
Just decide

It's a nice day for a swim…


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    General CommentJust do it. Whatever it may be. Kinda wondering if anyone else gets the image of an older person who's prolly missed a lot of chances dying on a beach? Okay maybe I'm weird. But it reminds me of this story of an old guy who had seen a lot and was hitch hiking to where he was born and he stripped and died there with his dog.
    It seems like a "hey do something before you die" thing to me. Just less.. Pessimistic.
    MSIISMon January 25, 2011   Link

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