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satsang – just a child lyrics

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(intro)
just a child
floating out into a great big world
and i’m sure
was meant for much stronger men than me
try to plan a graceful next move
take a stand
i sing out of tune
but i curse the waves, head back to shore
i floated too long, there’s no shore anymore

now a man, they’re telling me that’s what i am
i feel like i’m driftwood
cruising, and crashing, and falling to pieces
the ocean that i know has changed

(chorus)
these are the things that pull me apart
the pain and the pleasure strengthen my heart
just a man of the water who don’t want to sail
just the son of a daughter told she would fail
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child
(verse)
as the sun it moves closer, warming my bones
the suffocating comfort that we are not alone
and my predisposition for fighting the things i can’t see

used to sail, well not very well
but i loved my boat, seen it through h+ll
was forced to leave the ocean
was for my own good
with so much unanswered, so little understood

well the seasons, they change
oceans ran dry
the boat was renovated and so was i
when i returned to the pier, i knew i was now meant for land

(chorus)
well these are the things that pull me apart
the pain and the pleasure strengthen my heart
just a man of the water who don’t want to sail
just the son of a daughter told she would fail
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child
(interlude)
learning to be just like the sea
as i smash my head onto this reef
pushing, and pulling, and cutting my self
then drift with me slowly, i’m blazing a trail

learning to be just like the sea
as i smash my head onto this reef
pushing, and pulling, and cutting my self
drift with me slowly, i’m blazing a trail

(chorus)
these are the things that pull me apart
the pain and the pleasure strengthen my heart
just a man of the water who don’t want to sail
just the son of a daughter told she would fail
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child, just a man
just a child