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Watching The Ships Roll In lyrics

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The Kooks – Watching The Ships Roll In lyrics

Watching the ships roll in
Hoping that I will still be his friend
In the morning

Watching those ships roll by
Wishing that I could move this earth if I could
For you I would do

I've got nothing to say
I've got nothing to lay at your feet
I just keeping hoping hoping you will be the man
That I couldn't be

Still watching the oceans move
If only I could show you my soul
And places I've been.

Watching the oceans come
And little girls play in the sand as I walk
Longing to listen to you talk

But I've got nothing to say
And I've got nothing to lay at your feet
I just keeping hoping hoping you will be the man
That I couldn't be

I've got nothing to say
And I've got nothing to lay at your feet
I just keeping hoping hoping you will be the man
That I couldn't be



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