Old back country roads, where things are tired things are slow,
Is where I felt the rain and it didn't feel right.
I had eyes black like coal but you gave a smile that changed my soul
to see something I couldn't see.

You changed me. You changed me.

And I would cross this open sea, and sink my ship to find you next to me,
As long as I would find you there.

I have said words I didn't mean didn't make you hurt
and i didn't mean to make you scream
But it's all too late and its all my fault.
But I swear to God I can change, I swear I can deserve your name,
And its hard but I've done it before.

You changed me. You changed me.

And I would cross this open see, and sink my ship to find you next to me,
As long as you would find me there.

So as those eyes peer up from my wake,
At broken boards cracking at faster rates,
I see this now is a forlorn fate,
Your love is nothing more than a drowning in the lake

And I have crossed this open sea and sunk my ship to
find you next to me. But absolutely nothing has found me here.
So as the water fills my lungs, and covers my head
below the sinking sun.I see this now is a forlorn fate.
Your love was nothing more than a drowning in the lake.


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I'm Drowning in the Lake song meanings
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