"Bottom of the Sea" as written by and Sean Mcconnell....
Well, the hardest part of living
Is knowing you're going to die
And trying to leave a legacy
With only so much time.
Well, I don’t know about you
But I'm getting sick and tired
Of living on the surface
And in between the lines.

I'm going down
To the bottom of the sea
Until I've found
The deepest part of me.
And if I drown,
At least I'll know that I died free,
Searching for my destiny without a doubt.
I'm going down.

So bring on all the monsters
That lie sleeping in the blue.
I'll fight them all-bare handed,
Screaming, "I ain't scared of you."
'Cause there's nothing stronger than a heart
That's fighting for the truth.
So hold your nose, cannonball,
Someone let me through.

I'm going down
To the bottom of the sea
Until I've found
The deepest part of me.
And if I drown,
At least I'll know that I died free,
Searching for my destiny without a doubt.
I'm going down.

I'm going down
To the bottom of the sea
Until I've found
The deepest part of me.
And if I drown,
At least I'll know that I died free,
Searching for my destiny without a doubt.
I'm going down.

I'm going down
To the bottom of the sea
Until I've found
The deepest part of me.
And if I drown,
At least I'll know that I died free,
Searching for my destiny without a doubt.
I'm going down.
I'm going down.
I'm going down.
Yeah, I'm going down.


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