MONSOON

Jack Johnson

I feel sorrow for the fear
And everything it brings
And wonder if it will ever sleep

I know you understand
Because you briefly look away
Focusing on nothing so now everything is clear

Because there’s no one to blame
You’ve got no place to hide
It’s only in your mind

And I saw you
In amazement stumbling through the day
You told me time never waits
What is that supposed to mean

All of life
Is in one drop of the ocean waiting to go home
Just waiting to go home
And if the moon
Can turn the tides it can pull the tears
And take them from our eyes
Make them into monsoons
Turn them into monsoon-er or later
They’ll weep their way back to the sea
Going to finally be free
Free for a while
Until they break
Like waves of sorrow always do
All in due time
Because time never waits

Daddy don’t daydream again
Just help me to believe and then
Show me that there’s more than the meantime

Sonny do you hear the sound
You will feel it when it breaks
You will know it when it’s gone
How else can I explain

Because it’s only the pain
Coming straight through
Coming to remind

Cross cut to you
In amazement stumbling through the day
You tell me time never waits
That’s okay because I don’t wait for time

When all of life
Is in one drop of the ocean
Waiting to go home
Just waiting to go home
And if the moon
Can turn the tides it can pull the tears
And take them from our eyes
Turn them into monsoons
Make them into monsoon-er or later
They’ll weep their way back to the sea
Going to finally be free
Free for a while
Until they break
Like waves of sorrow always break
All in due time
Because time never waits
fuente: musica.com

Jack Johnson

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Título:
MONSOON

Grupo/Cantante:
JACK JOHNSON

Letra añadida por:
Tauron

Letra escrita por:
JACK HODY JOHNSON,MERLO PODLEWSKI

Letra publicada por:
WIXEN MUSIC PUBLISHING

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