"Ends In The Ocean" as written by and Dave Baxter....
Oh my soul is free
It wandered away from me
My heart is so cold for the warmth from long ago
Has wandered away from me

Oh my soul can fly
Its journeys are far and wide
But my heart is a weight for the burdens are great
And the journeys too far for me

But oh my soul it came home
With tales of a way that I'll escape
But my heart it was weak and I could not speak
Of how much I longed to be

'Cause with my soul I am free
My journey's a constant dream
That ends in the ocean but starts in the stream
My soul it so longs to be

Oh my heart had resigned
To forfeit the rest of my life
But my soul had a plan to walk hand in hand
So back it came for me

'Cause oh my heart was alone
Forgetting all that I've dreamed
But now all that I see is life breaking free
So long captivity for me

'Cause with my soul I am free
My journey's a constant dream
That ends in the ocean but starts in the stream
My soul it so longs to be

It came to me that a love this true
Would always be in my mind
And on its return I could
Only be overcome with the joy inside

Oh heavens upon me
I must have died
Oh adventures before me
Let's start this tonight

'Cause with my soul I am free
My journey's a constant dream
That ends in the ocean but starts in the stream
My soul it so longs to be

So long captivity for me


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    General CommentThis is definitely one of my very favorite Avalanche City songs.

    "'Cause with my soul I am free
    My journey's a constant dream
    That ends in the ocean but starts in the stream
    My soul it so longs to be"

    Such great lyrics!
    FreedomIsDominationon April 10, 2011   Link
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    General CommentAmazing song that I couldn't help but crazy murder the replay button
    All their songs are amazing and I have yet to find one that I don't like even the slightest bit
    Johlennyon July 01, 2011   Link

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