"Deathbeds" as written by and Lee David Malia Jordan Keith Attwood Fish....
Eyes like a car crash,
I know I shouldn't look but I can't turn away.
Body like a whiplash,
Salt my wounds but I can't heal the way I feel about you.

I watch you like a hawk.
I watch you like I'm gonna tear you limb from limb.
Will the hunger ever stop?
Can we simply starve this sin?

That little kiss you stole, it held my heart and soul.
And like a deer in the headlights I meet my fate.
Don't try to fight the storm, you'll tumble overboard.
Tides will bring me back to you.

And on my deathbed, all I'll see is you.
The life may leave my lungs,
But my heart will stay with you...

That little kiss you stole, it held my heart and soul.
And like a ghost in the silence I disappear.
Don't try to fight the storm, you'll tumble overboard.
Tides will bring me back to you.

The waves will pull us under,
Tides will bring me back to you.
The waves will pull us under,
Tides will bring me back to you.
The waves will pull us under,
Tides will bring me back to you.
Tides will bring me back to you.

That little kiss you stole, it held my heart and soul.
And like a ghost in the silence I disappear.
Don't try to fight the storm, you'll tumble overboard.
Tides will bring me back to you.

That little kiss you stole, it held my heart and soul.
And like a deer in the headlights I meet my fate.
Don't try to fight the storm, you'll tumble overboard.
Tides will bring me back to you...


Lyrics submitted by Sleepwalker88, edited by AdamArtz

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    My InterpretationI think it's kind of about a love/hate relationship.

    You love that person, yet can't stand them at the same time.

    "Don't try to fight the storm,
    you'll tumble overboard,
    tides will bring me back to you."

    It's quite obvious that the person who fell in love tried to fight his growing feelings towards the girl/boy (depends who's singing) but love isn't something you can switch on/off so his actions proved to be futile, and in the end he just gives in.
    KayleenEvanson August 16, 2014   Link

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