"March Into The Ocean" as written by and Will Drummond Declan Xavier Melia....
In the limousine on fire
In the silent shopping malls
We will devastate our boredom
We will drown ourselves in jewels

And I've seen it all before
And I know it's all the same
And I see you walk towards me
Then I watch you walk away

Let them march into the ocean
Let them peel off one by one
Am I alone in this explosion?
Is it just the same for everyone?

If everything leads to nothing
If I can't see you again
There are worse things that could happen
And they happen everyday

Put a gun to my head
And paint the walls with my brain
Would you say that you don't want me
If I hear you say his name

Let them march into the ocean
Let them peel off one by one
Am I alone in this explosion?
Is it just the same for everyone?

In the limousine on fire
In the silent shopping malls
We will devastate our boredom
We will drown ourselves in jewels

Let them march into the ocean
Let them peel off one by one
Am I alone in this explosion?
Is it just the same for everyone?


Lyrics submitted by jwomack01, edited by chamakazi

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    Lyric CorrectionI believe that the verse after the first chorus actually goes "Everything leads to nothing/If I can't see you again" rather than "if everything is to nothing"


    Amazing song by an amazing band of amazing people. Amazing.
    TheScreamingHippieon April 15, 2012   Link

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