"Submarine" as written by and Peter Astor....
I've done all that I can do...
I feel like I could sleep for several years.
I'm drinking in these lazy days,
Trying to make the real world disappear.
Reading through the afternoon,
I can lose the ache of what to do.

I stay inside
Where I can dream.
No one can touch me
In my submarine.

Like a river running by my door...
I sit and watch the traffic flow.
I see people traveling,
Going where I don't have to go.
And I know my money's all run out,
But that's something that I can't think about

I stay inside
Where I can dream.
No one can touch me
In my submarine.

Late at night when I can't sleep,
I go outside into the yard
And listen to the factories
Humming underneath the stars.
And when the sky turns a dirty red,
That's the time that I go back to bed.

I stay inside
Where I can dream.
No one can touch me
In my submarine.


Lyrics submitted by DespairEurydice

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