"Golden Jubilee" as written by David Hosking, Killian Gavin, Timothy Hart, Jacob Tarasenko and Jonathan Hart....
Come dancing in my garden
In my haven, won't you dear?
We've ripped down all the doors
On what was no ordinary open field
See I sit alone, in my home

We were old enough to see
That the gods were spinning roses
Down from golden jubilee
I do believe that something's happening to me

Must be something in the water
It's coming for you
Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
Yeeah, oooh, yeeah

It's my home
We were old enough to see
That the gods were spinning roses
Down from golden jubilee
I do believe that something's happening to me

Must be something in the water
It's coming for you
Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
Yeeah, oooh, yeeah

Won't somebody hold me close
For the time it takes
Is inevitably rolling it
Drifting in my boat

So the man on the water said
One day this all will end and you'll be dead
So I'll undertake my time
With the perception on my mind
I'll be fine

We were old enough to see
That the gods were spinning roses
Down from golden jubilee
I do believe that something's happening to me

Must be something in the water
It's coming for you
Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
Nooo noo, nooo, nooo

Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
Necessary in the water
It's coming for you
For you, for you, for you


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    General CommentI think this song is just about enjoying life and the little things that come with it.
    mUzzon October 13, 2013   Link
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    General CommentI guess this song is basically about growing old, but as he looks back, he says "I had a pretty wonderfull life" and now he is telling the younger people that they will grow old too, so they must enjoy life.
    leonardon April 04, 2014   Link

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