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Briston Maroney – Deep Sea Diver Lyrics

Deep Sea Diver By Briston Maroney

Hands were shaking I was scared to death,
Skin was clammy I was short of breath,
Shirt smelled like all my regrets,
Shouldn’t have had that seventh cigarette,
It’s a job seven days a week,
To make things harder than they have to be,
Making drama, my new nicotine,
Sick and tired of this old routine

It’s enough, the joke, that I, don’t get
I’m a deep sea diver, holding my breath
But it’s plain, to see,
If you, know me,
I’m a deep sea diver,
And I’m in, too deep

Met a kid down in bowling green
Of course he tried to sell me ketamine,
Didn’t tell him it was not my scene,
And promised him I’d try it next week,
Why are we scared to say what’s on our minds?,
Through a rejection and some selfish pride,
Make things harder than they have to be,
Easier said than done for me,

It’s enough, the joke, that I, don’t get
I’m a deep sea diver, holding my breath
But it’s plain, to see,
If you, know me,
I’m a deep sea diver,
And I’m in, too deep,

It’s enough, the joke, that I, don’t get
I’m a deep sea diver, don’t know how to swim,
But it’s plain, to see,
If you, know me,
I’m a deep sea diver,
And I’m in, too deep