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Owl City - The Saltwater Room Lyrics

I opened my eyes last night, and saw you in the low light
Walking down by the bay, on the shore
Staring up at the stars that aren’t there anymore

I was feeling the night grow old, and you were looking so cold
So like an introvert, I drew my overshirt
Around my arms and began to shiver violently
Before you happened to look and see the tunnels all around me
Running into the dark underground
All the subways around create a great sound
To my motion fatigue, farewell
With your ear to a seashell
You can hear the waves in underwater caves
As if you actually were inside the Saltwater Room

Time together isn't ever quite enough
When you and I are alone, I’ve never felt so at home
What will it take to make or break this into love?
Only time, only time

Can you believe that the crew has gone?
And they wouldn't let me sign on
All my islands have sunk in the deep
And I can hardly relax or even oversleep

But, I feel warm with your hand, in mine
When we walk along the shore line
I guess we'll never know, why sparrows love the snow
We'll turn out all of the lights, and set this ballroom aglow

So tell me darling do you wish we’d fall in love?
Yeah, all the time. All the time.

Time together isn't quite enough
When you and I are alone, I’ve never felt so at home
What will it take to make or break this into love?
Only time, only time

When we’re apart what ever are you thinking of?
If this is what I call home, why does it feel so alone?
So tell me darling do you wish we’d fall in love?
All the time, all the time.

Time together is just never quite enough
When we’re apart whatever are you thinking of?
What will it take to make or break this into love?
So tell me darling do you wish we’d fall in love?
All the time. Oh, all the time.



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