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The Ring Song Lyrics

Me and the ocean
Me and the sea
I don't think so
I don't think it was meant to be
Take me off, somewhere cold
Gradually just growing old
And someday maybe make of me an honest man

Well, I don't see no ring on these fingers
I don't...

  1. kvn8907
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    Aug 3rd 2008 report

    This is a song about a man who's thinking over what life would be like if he were married. If he were married, he could have a quiet life off somewhere, gradually growing old, and wonders if maybe all he really wants in the world is a quiet, married life. But then he thinks, if that were true, why hasn't he married already? To him (the "town" is a metaphor for his own mind), love is just a joke, and he doesn't think it was meant to be. But on the other hand, his life so far has left him emotionally broke, so maybe it wasn't the best choice after all.

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