Daniel McCann

Rookie (18/09/1991 / Manchester)

A Pebble In The Ocean


I dropp
I dropp a pebble in to the ocean
just to see
just to see if there will be some kind of explosion

But I don't know
no I don't know
which way this worlds going to go
the summer
the summer seems like its ready to snow
and winter
winter wants to have summers glow.

so I throw
I throw a pebble into the ocean
just to see if there will be some kind of explosion

I'm waiting for it to explode
with all the destruction we cause it never seems to go
the smoke
the smoke makes the ocean
makes the ocean choke
the bottle doesn't reach you
the message was my love note that I wrote
for you
I wrote a love note for you
and now the maps gone missing
and I haven't got a clue
I don't know what to do
all I know is I want you.

So I dropp
I dropp a pebble in to the ocean
just to see
just to see if there will be some kind of explosion.
Yes I dropp
I dropp a pebble in to the ocean
just to see
just to see if there will be some kind of explosion.

Submitted: Sunday, March 04, 2012
Edited: Monday, March 05, 2012
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