"What About the Boat?" as written by and Jake Snider Cory Murchy....
Couldn't sleep so I crushed up sleeping pills
Stared into a shot of whiskey
I hit the bottle like a brick
Shattered it on my anxiety
Kinda cheap 'til they started counting me
Trying to read, the words gave me nothing

Now I'm faded, useless, unless you come home
You come home
Every nightmare comes true when I'm alone
Come home

So tired, sleep becomes a lost art
I find how I'm scared of
So tired, I never want anyone
Think about you like you never left

Now I'm faded, useless, unless you come home
You come home
Every nightmare comes true when I'm alone
Come home

Oh yeah
Let me forget your name
Let me forget your, let me forget your name
Oh yeah
When will you evaporate?
When will you evaporate?
The ocean's rising

Woke up, I've been sleeping
Ain't a fear I'm keeping
What about the boat?
It's sinking
I can't find a crack that's leaking

Now I'm faded, useless, unless you come home
You come home
Every nightmare comes true when I'm alone
Come home

Now I'm faded, useless, unless you come home
You come home
Every nightmare comes true when I'm alone
Come home

Oh yeah
Let me forget your name
Let me forget your, let me forget your name
Oh yeah
When will you evaporate?
When will you evaporate?
The ocean's rising

Oh yeah
Let me forget your name
Let me forget your, let me forget your name
Oh yeah
When will you evaporate?
When will you evaporate?
The ocean's rising

Oh yeah
Let me forget your name
Let me forget your, let me forget your name
Oh yeah
When will you evaporate?
When will you evaporate?
The ocean's rising

Oh yeah
The ocean's rising
The ocean's rising
The ocean's rising
The ocean's rising


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"What About the Boat?" as written by Jake Snider Cory Murchy

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