"A Sea To Suffer In" as written by and Adrian Jackson Andrew Craighan....
The fields of blood I'd left
They mean nothing to you
That war left scars on me
Without you now, I'm free

I'd found out what you'd done to me, girl
I hate with as much passion as I love
And so now, your time's come, for me girl
To end. Your end. And my birth
Walk away. Laughing away
remember you always, and wonder, why?

I'll suffer in your sea
Your ocean bleeds into me
I'd fall through your endless sky
But never, ever cry
Wounded by your cruelty
Yes, I'll suffer in your sea

The fields of blood I'd left
They mean nothing to you
That war left scars on me
Without you now, I'm free


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"A Sea to Suffer In" as written by Adrian Jackson Aaron Stainthorpe

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    General CommentSounds like the speaker is in a maladaptive relationship with a girl whom he loves, yet is harming him emotionally or psychologically. He ends his relationship with her, and finally feels free. Because of the lines "And so now, your time's come, for me girl
    To end. Your end. And my birth," I think the speaker may have killed her in order to move on.
    DOOMRPon March 06, 2015   Link

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