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Ingrid Michaelson – In The Sea lyrics

I feel it in my skin, I feel it through my bones
Your fingertips are falling far from where I know
I try to pin you down but you move like a dream
I want to find you but you dropped me in the sea

In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea
You dropped me
In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea

No no don't rescue me
I like the salt water sting
It feels so good to feel
It feels so good just to feel something
In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea

You move so softly in the middle of the night
Like a cocoon in sheets you wrap you up so tight
Remember how we used to tangle up and breathe
Now you're so far away you roll me in the sea

In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea
You dropped me
In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea

No no don't rescue me
I like the salt water sting
It feels so good to feel
It feels so good just to feel something
In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea

Oh oh oh...

No no don't rescue me
I like the salt water sting
It feels so good to feel
It feels so good just to feel something
In the sea in the sea in the sea in the sea



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