"In the Ashes" as written by Finn Bjarnson, Finn Bjarnson, John Hancock, John Hancock, Ryan Raddon, Becky Jean Williams and Becky Jean Williams....
You've come along,
you're underneath the song,
First on the plane, now on the beach.

Thought I was alone,
I left without my phone,
Somehow you've stowed away with me.

When the earth shakes,
swallowed by the waves,
you'll be swimming next to me.
When the plane crashes,
you'll be in the ashes
and I'll breathe you into me.

The weather's fine;
what I had in mind,
until I feel you like a breeze.
You kept afloat when I escaped by boat.
Thoughts of you come swimmin' across the sea.

When the earth shakes,
swallowed by the waves,
you'll be swimming next to me.
When the plane crashes,
you'll be in the ashes
and I'll breathe you into me.

When the
When the
When the
When the
When the

When the earth shakes,
swallowed by the waves,
you'll be swimming next to me.
When the plane crashes,
you'll be in the ashes
and I'll breathe you into me.

When the earth shakes (earth shakes)
Swallowed by the waves (swallowed by the waves)
you'll be swimming next to me (you'll be swimming next to me)
When the plane crashes (plane crashes)
you'll be in the ashes
and I'll breathe you into me (breathe you into me)


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    My InterpretationPretty sure there's this guy she misses dearly and he 'follows' her in the metaphorical sense everywhere she goes. Planes, boats, oceans away... she can't escape him -- he's everywhere.
    krizzyon May 14, 2011   Link

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