The Dive
i stood on the deck

all night long, all night long

watching the gangplanks

all night long, all night long

while the parties lasted

in lavish staterooms, lavish staterooms

the decks rumbling with guests

in lavish staterooms, lavish staterooms



and she sat in her cabin

the eyes fixed on the door



as the hours moved

toward dawn, toward dawn

i was convinced he survived

toward dawn, toward dawn

to know our destination

nothing remained, nothing remained

can't find our ship

nothing remained, nothing remained



and she sat in her cabin

the eyes fixed on the door



as the people waved from the pier

the lights grew small, lights grew dim

a proud ship into the current

lights grew small, lights grew dim

and i stood at the reil

for as long as i could

i've been watching the light

for as long as i could



and she sat in her cabin

the eyes fixed on the door



i knew it was almost morning

a danger close, danger close

as we sailed along the shore

perilously close, so close

as i opened up the cabin

and i looked into those eyes

i have never felt like this

as i looked into those eyes



and i said