The Great Exchange
Thrice Lyrics


I crewed on a fair golden ship that
Went down with the dawn of the world
You needed sense in to stop captain to die
For our sails had barley unfold

But we sank shortly after our riot
Once in flame in our power to kegs men
While I swam for my life became voices aloft
Joyful unearthly and dread
Singing over violence
Tie lairs mystery
In one word give his life to
Shade his enemy

Too bone tired to keep my arms moving
To swim or even grasp after straws
On the told you get down into its cold
And infinite indigo jars

I'm singing over violence
Tie lairs mystery
In one word give his life to
Shade his enemy

I thought I must be dead or dreaming
My captains still battered to trade
On the earthly and the over beaming platoon
Breathed his last insane gone with the waves

Your body is a bridge or
Crossing in the sea
Your body is a bridge or
Crossing in the sea

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing
Written by: EDDIE BRECKENRIDGE, JAMES RILEY BRECKENRIDGE, DUSTIN MICHAEL KENSRUE, TEPPEI TERANISHI

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Comments from YouTube:

Sly11B Enal

Thrice is my favorite band and always will be!!!

TheMRB

"I thought I must be dead or dreaming
When my captain, still battered, betrayed
Pulled me up, laid me over the beam he'd clung to
Breathed his last and sunk under the waves

Your body is a bridge
Across an endless sea
Your body is a bridge
Across an endless sea"

7elix Beats

I just loved it

Christopher

Thank you, Thrice.

Christopher Freeman

I crewed on a fair golden ship
That
Went down at the dawn of the world

Ken

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