"Bondi St. Blues" as written by Michael Elvis Baskette, Imran Siddiqi, Joel Fletcher C Birch, Ahren Charles Stringer, Troy Jon-colin Brady and Ryan Burt....
I spent my time back then thinking of nothing but them
The dead ends of my thoughts the last friends in my head
And you heard me you heard me you heard me my friend
Sent the ship over seas to save me from death
Through the storms I have weathered through the dark and the rain
You sent me the ship that I sail on today
And the boat sails on like you sang in your song
And my mind feels clearer several years on

And the ship that was sailing on
Those storm ridden seas
Was my heart and your words gave me heart back to me

My mind was a turbine that fueled all the storms
And those words were the courage in which calmness took form
Through the storms I have weathered
Through the dark and the rain
You sent me the ship that I sail on today

And the boat sails on like you sang in your song
And my mind feels clearer several years on
And the ship that was sailing on
Those storm ridden seas
Was my heart and your words gave me heart back to me

I've found life, found the strength in myself to grow up
I've found friends, and the strength and the want to live
And the ship that was sailing on
Those storm ridden seas
Was my heart and your words gave me heart back to me
Through the storms I have weathered
Through the dark and the rain

And the boat sails on like you sang in your song
And my mind feels clearer several years on
And my mind feels clearer several years on
And my mind feels clearer several years on

And the ship that was sailing on
Those storm ridden seas
Was my heart and your words gave me heart back to me


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"Bondi St. Blues" as written by Imran Siddiqi Ahren Charles Stringer

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    Song MeaningI'm guessing this song is about how Joel feels about either the singer or the late guitarist for Break Even, judging from the line "And the boat sails on like you sang in your song", which is referencing the lyrics of November 18th by Break Even.
    joshiselinon May 28, 2013   Link

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