"All The Ships At Sea" as written by and John/bunch Stockberger....
Broke champaign across her bow
Declared she's unsinkable now
A symbol of the greater emotion
To a brave new age
Great works will free us from this cage
But they had to send her into the ocean
Is your friend but she can burn you
Down into your own submission
Wishing you had had the vision
Before they leave the station
Great big planes criss-cross the sky
Such a small percentage of us ever die
Does it make you feel better know
When we're about to crash
You'll get a little oxygen mask
And they'll try to land her over the ocean
Is a friend but she can burn you
Down into your own submission
Wishing you had had the vision
Orders to abort the mission
Before they leave the station
The ocean's your friend but she can wash you away
The sky is your friend but she can blow you away
The sun is your friend but she can burn you
Down into your own submission
Wishing you had had the vision
Down into your own submission
Wishing you had had the vision
Orders to abort the mission
Wishing you had had the vision
Before they leave the station


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"All the Ships at Sea" as written by John Bunch Chris Evenson

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    General CommentYou should check out Eleventeen's "Reviving Ophelia" and be the judge of how those two songs are linked.
    Destructedstaron July 11, 2002   Link

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