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Holy the Sea (feat. John Gourley and Kris Anaya)

Forgive Durden28 Oct 2008

Holy the Sea (feat. John Gourley and Kris Anaya) Lyrics

Holy The Sea - Forgive Durden

Written by:Paul Dutton/Thomas Dutton

 

Please take a seat

 

Let me tell you both a tale of love and hope

 

It's a story that you may have heard before

 

Told as mythical lore

 

But this translation is clear

 

Unlike the embellishments that have reached your ears

 

There was a boy who shared your bones your eager blood

 

Your affinity for love

 

He had it all in his hands and he watched it all turn to sand

If this boy they speak of sincerely sits atop my family tree

 

Then I was truly meant to leave the dark

Down this path set out in front of me

 

I will reunite this world's divided halves

 

Fulfill my history

 

This is more than divine decree it's my destiny

 

Digging around the deep only missing out on sleep

 

Chasing about my head like the wolf that found the sheep

 

Don't go digging around there you be slipping bit too much

 

Milling muck and mud with the mind that lost its touch

 

I been traveling about in time never stepping out for much

 

Deepest of the deep with the wolf that lost those sheep

 

Because it's more than a little but less than a bunch

 

Found their way around with the blind that lost its touch

 

The choices he made that day to burn down the world he'd helped create

 

Don't be scared kid

 

You're gifted

 

Follow this stream and live out that prophecy

 

Watch out for the wicked ones who call themselves beloved ones

 

Beware of the medicine before you lay your head again

 

Watch out for the wicked ones who call themselves beloved ones

 

So they arrived at the doctor's camp his crude shack

A shanty with walls of broken glass

 

Light leaking through the shattered cracks

 

And through he was cordial the young couple was doubtful

 

If this boy they speak of sincerely sits atop my family tree

I was truly meant to leave the dark down

This path set out in front of me

 

For the longshoremen had warned them to keep a close eye on their adored ones

 

But they had journeyed for a reason they were here for the medicine

 

To cure the infection

 

But nothing could prepare him for the events that would ensnare them

 

All he could do is trust what he knew

 

 

He would listen to his gut and live for his love