"I'm The Ocean" as written by and Neil Young....
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    General Commenti love this song.. it's one of the best i know.. probably cuz i've listened to it so often! the riffs and vocals really rock!

    just dunno what it means.. some1 of u does?


    (don't think any1 will answer to this comment..)
    loon June 29, 2003   Link
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    General CommentGood Song, In the Top 5 songs off Mirrorball
    FreeWheelinon May 01, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about aging, and feeling like you got caught up in the wrong kind of life.
    darnheckshooton November 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about someone wanting everything, thinks everything is good for them, that everyone loves them and wants them and thinking their the best
    al98on August 05, 2005   Link
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    General CommentA climax-song on Mirrorball.

    A relationship between a young man and a women. She gets pregnant and he deals with it the best way he can, but nevertheless he is kind of furious and on the other side he is haunted by all these thoughts coming through his mind, thinking about the future. Maybe her preganncy came a bit as a surprise for both of them. I think the rough rhythm underlines these expressions, which are hard to put into words.

    I like this verse most...maybe because it just doesn't need to be connected to the idea written above, but fits strangly for the idea of a split.
    I can't hear you, but I feel the things you say
    I can't see you, but I know what's in my way
    Now I'm floatin' 'cause I'm not tied to the ground
    Words I've spoken seem to leave a hollow sound.

    (And yeah, in the 8th verse it's "Pulled the curtain..." instead of "Puzzled the curtain")
    elfpoweron December 19, 2005   Link

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