"Reservoir" as written by and Joseph Patrick Mount....
I heard you made the hull of a boat downtown
I heard you got a job at the builders yard
But we should never say that we drifted far
Yeah we should never say that we drifted far

And I could never take good care of you
Because we had so much to lose
But we should never say that we drifted far
Yeah we should take a trip to the reservoir
Yeah we should take a trip to the reservoir

Heartbeats drifting together
Heartbeats aaaaah
Walk in the wood
Wet under foot
Up to no good
Ah-ah-ah-ah

I heard you cast off and she sailed real fine
I heard you met her bow with a bottle of wine
Well you should let me know when you're home and dry
Well you should let me know when you're home and dry

I heard you took an old school friend with you
The one you always said you would
Well we can never say that we drifted far

Yeah we should take a trip to the reservoir
Yeah we should take a trip to the reservoir

Heartbeats drifting together
Heartbeats aaaaah
Walk in the wood
Wet under foot
Up to no good
Ah-ah-ah-ah


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"Reservoir" as written by Joseph Patrick Mount

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    My InterpretationI think it's about a secret love that couldnt be accomplished. The thoughts of lovers remain only in heart and mind for each one.
    Orogolon July 17, 2014   Link

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