Feel this heaven pours over me carries me backwards as
I await and then I feel I'm going back again
And I feel this way found the river
That covers me feel they talk
With alarm just sirens born

With faulty switches again found
The river that covers me feel
The river has run to cover your cost
What ever the loss these days

Force the water over me blue line kerosene cleaner
Force the water over me two step dance hall leader
Force the water over me feel

I can't stop dreaming force the water over me feel
I can't stop breathing cool side carousel revolves
And wash away this call feel this river
All over me lily white lies like to form

You wear your lie right on your coat these days feel
I'm ready I'm coming down face down water filled
Breather feel I'm ready I'm coming down feel I can't stop screaming


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The Watermark High Lyrics as written by Chris Higdon Ben Lord

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    nobody comments on this song because they dont really know what it means, well i do......and thats why it is such a great song, it may be the best song in the universe. I'm not sure I'll have to ask someone but based on my unfathomable knowledge i would say "yes it is".

    slyguy7890on April 19, 2003   Link
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    Hey now, I like this song, too. It's cool. I like Elliott's music period.

    ClosureOfCameloton April 30, 2003   Link
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    hey slyguy, care to tell us what it means since you know?

    TheMarchOfFlameson December 01, 2004   Link
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    I'm thinking suicide?

    RecoveringPainon January 14, 2006   Link

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