Waiting for the Tide

Album: Wave One (2017)
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  • Come on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah
    Everybody's waiting
    For the moment to arrive
    I will clear my vision
    See the water on the rise
    Though with this beginning
    Will we make it out alive?
    Feet are stuck in quicksand
    And we're running out of time

    I'm just out here waiting for the tide
    Come on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Come on
    Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    I say, point your guns at people
    Pointing theirs on the ground
    There's no relevation
    Without the silence of the sound
    All your meditations
    Like a diver we're heading down
    Down into the kingdom
    Where nobody wears the crown

    Can't you see the water's on the rise
    I'm just out here waiting for the tide
    Come on
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    Come on
    Oh yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    Can't you see, can't you see the water on the rise
    Waiting for the tide, waiting for the
    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    Can't you see, can't you see the water on the rise
    Waiting for the tide, waiting for the
    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    I'm just out here, now they're waiting for the tide
    Can't you see, can't you see the water on the rise
    Waiting for the tide, waiting for the

    You're
    Waiting for
    Waiting for
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