Diving For Hearts

Album: The Sea (2010)
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  • Till then I wasn't alive,
    I longed for you like the lovesick moon pulls the tide.
    So I peeled off my skin,
    I just slipped right in
    And I become alive.

    'Cause down here there's no fear
    There's no cause for panic
    There's just bright cold calm,
    I feel no harm.
    This underwater feeling's abandon and it fires my heart.

    Was it emotion
    Or should I just keep on diving,
    Keep on diving down?
    Under this ocean
    I long to keep on diving,
    Till my heart is found.
    It's got a hold on me
    Can't forget the things I've seen

    World will all end
    And new worlds will begin
    It's a thought so stark.
    We're at once determinant,
    Yet so insignificant,
    Spinning out in the velvet dark.

    Still, down here
    There's no fear
    There's no cause for panic
    There's just this bright cold calm
    Yeah, it leaves a scar
    So show me how to find again,
    If I'm lost, show me where you are Writer/s: JENNIFER BIRCH, RAE CORINNE JACQUELINE BAILEY
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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