Ready to stop chasing..

breaking-waves-puerto-rico-patty-vicknairAs I previously posted lyrics from another song by U2 from their new record, I knew when I posted that one that I had to post this one. This song haunts me. This song challenges me to pause and reflect on so many things.

It’s a song that makes me feel so uneasy yet at the same time on the verge of some sort of breakthrough. Perhaps its been sort of a soundtrack for my life at times.

Regardless, I get the sense in listening to it that it’s time to step out from where I’ve been and move forward.

Every Breaking Wave

Every breaking wave on the shore
Tells the next one there’ll be one more
And every gambler knows that to lose
Is what you’re really there for
Summer I was fearless
Now I speak into an answer phone
Like every falling leaf on the breeze
Winter wouldn’t leave it alone
Alone

If you go?
If you go your way and I go mine
Are we so?
Are we so helpless against the tide?
Baby every dog on the street
Knows that we’re in love with defeat
Are we ready to be swept off our feet
And stop chasing
Every breaking wave

Every sailor knows that the sea
Is a friend made enemy
And every shipwrecked soul, knows what it is
To live without intimacy
I thought I heard the captain’s voice
It’s hard to listen while you preach
Like every broken wave on the shore
This is as far as I could reach

If you go?
If you go your way and I go mine
Are we so?
Are we so helpless against the tide?
Baby every dog on the street
Knows that we’re in love with defeat
Are we ready to be swept off our feet
And stop chasing
Every breaking wave?

The sea knows where are the rocks
And drowning is no sin
You know where my heart is
The same place that yours has been
We know that we fear to win
And so we end before we begin
Before we begin

If you go?
If you go your way and I go mine
Are we so?
Are we so helpless against the tide?
Baby every dog on the street
Knows that we’re in love with defeat
Are we ready to be swept off our feet
And stop chasing
Every breaking wave

“Every Breaking Wave” as written by Adam Clayton, Dave Evans, Paul David Hewson and Larry Mullen

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