"St. Croix" as written by James Edward Buckey, Joe Keefe, Sebastian David Keefe and Christina Elisabeth Schroeter....
A boy from Florida, took a trip to the Caribbeans
Umbrella in his daiquiri
Sipping, listening to Bob Marley

He came to get away, he came to get over it
Sunglasses and his radio,
Chilling in a hammock swaying to-and-fro
Whoa, Soul Rebel in stereo

You bring the ocean, I'll bring emotion
Together we'll make a love potion
You bring the ocean, I'll bring the motion
Dancing all night in slow motion

He came to get away, he came to get over her
Laptop and his cell phone,
Throw it in the ocean to be all alone
Whoa, Soul Rebel in stereo

You bring the ocean, I'll bring emotion
Together we'll make a love potion
You bring the ocean, I'll bring the motion
Dancing all night in slow motion

Don't you worry, boy
Take your time, don't hurry
Don't you worry, boy
Take your time, don't hurry

You bring the ocean, I'll bring emotion
Together we'll make a love potion
You bring the ocean, I'll bring the motion
Dancing all night in slow motion


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"St. Croix" as written by James Edward Buckey Christina Elisabeth Schroeter

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    General CommentThe song is pretty straight forward. It's about a boy who goes on a vacation to the Caribbean to get away from the stress of a everyday life (likely in the city) and a recently terminated relationship. He throws away his phone and laptop, as he feels that they only make his life worse and prevent him from enjoying his life at the fullest extent.
    Alevuss33on June 09, 2012   Link
  • +2
    General CommentIt's hard to even comment on this one without being captain obvious. Great song.
    ANewDawnon May 01, 2014   Link

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