Deep Loot Original Soundtrack

by Gavin Harrison

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Music from the game Deep Loot from Monster and Monster

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released July 30, 2014

All music written, produced and mastered by Gavin Harrison.
Except 'Dive Dive Dive', written by Joseph Worrall. Performed by Joseph Worrall and Gavin Harrison.

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Track Name: Gavin Harrison & Joseph Worrall - Dive Dive Dive
When I am on the dry land,
I'm an ordinary guy,
Working in an ordinary,
boring 9 to 5,

But when I'm on the ocean,
With the sea-spray in my face,
I'm a fiery, diving, rum-soaked,
salvage-ninja on the case!

And I will Dive! Dive! Dive!
For all the treasure in the sea,
In Davey-Jones' locker
what you find is what you keep
If the sea sees fit to wreck it,
I'll dive right down there and check it.
At the bottom of the sea,
UNESCO's got no hold on me.

When I'm in the inky black
my harpoon in my hand,
My thoughts are with the gold below
they never stray to land.

The rocks I'll smash,
The sharks I'll catch,
The booty there to claim
My war is with the ocean
'gainst the sea I play my game!

And I'll Dive! Dive! Dive!
For all the treasure in the sea,
In Davey-Jones' locker
what you find is what you keep,
And if the sea sees fit to wreck it,
I'll dive right down there and check it.
At the bottom of the sea,
UNESCO's got no hold on me.

Temple, sea lab, Saxon horde,
Ancient Shipwreck, loot them all
Harpoons, snorkels, diving bells
are my idea of living well.

Steel your will, stiff upper lip,
Say your farewells and off you chip,
Don your mask and diving suit
and swim below for some Deep Loot

And Dive! Dive! Dive!
For all the treasure in the sea,
In Davey-Jones' locker
what you find is what you keep,
if the sea sees fit to wreck it,
I'll dive right down there and check it.
At the bottom of the sea,
UNESCO's got no hold on me.