"Drown" as written by William Patrick Corgan...
No matter where you are
I can still hear you when you drown
You've traveled very far
Just to see if I'll come around
When I'm down

All of those yesterdays
Coming down

No matter where you are
I can still hear you when you dream
You traveled very far
You traveled far, like a star
And you are

All of those yesterdays
Coming down

Is it something someone said?
Was it something someone said?

Yesterday the sky was you
And I still feel the same
Nothing left for me to do
And I still feel the same

I wish, I wish I could fly
I wish, I wish I could lie
I will, I will try
I will, I will
Goodbye


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"Drown" as written by William Patrick Corgan

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    General CommentMine probably has nothing to do with the lyrics. My uncle, who was probably one of my best friends at the time, died in the early 90's in a car wreck. Just happened to have bought the singles soundtrack at this time and the song cemented that incident in my entire body when I hear it. It is sad and I was super sad so I get choked up everytime I hear it.
    troy108670on March 14, 2019   Link

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