Belly full of silver water when all I need is air.
And I ask why did I bother if everything ends here?

The storm and the squall, the weight of it all.
If only I had heard the warning call.

I see the morning sun come softly pressing through the fog.
And with it burns away the hope of you beyond my thoughts.

The storm and the squall, the weight of it all.
If only I had heard the warning call.

Last night, before you went to sleep we had a fight.
It made me think, �What would I do if I lost you?�

Is there a boat out there made entirely of plastic bottles?
I think I see a boat.

Is there a man aboard? Must be captain of the great plastiki.
What a welcome sight.


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Silver Water (It Must Be The Great Plastiki) song meanings
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    My InterpretationThese lyrics give me the idea that the theme is about an argument in a serious relationship, and how he is scared that he is going to lose the one he loves because of it. 'It made me think, what would I do if I lost you?'
    shoothesunon August 07, 2012   Link

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