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Puscifer: Oceans Meaning


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Song Released: 2011

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    Jun 30th, 2017 6:42pm report

    Someone, maybe with an illness, knowing, and wise.
    Ready to pass on, telling the stories of their life, and knowing that through all the good and bad, it is soon time to move on and be released into the universe.


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    Mar 27th, 2017 3:09pm report

    I fell like it could be talking about a traveler like a man or a boy telling him how he came to earth or his origin of the ocean and a creature like a crab or to me it's like a picture in my head of a past of all the good this in life or awesome adventure's and if you lisen to the song it is explicit picture of life's adventure's


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    Dec 23rd, 2011 12:40am report

    This song is more about conveying the overall feel of the ocean as a kind of unknowable force. The sway of the music is almosy like the tides and also i suppose not having ever seen the ocean like the song suggests then it would be an even more alien thing

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