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I sailed an ocean, unsettled oceanthrough restful waters and deep commotionoften frightened, unenlightenedsail on, sail on sailori wrest the waters, fight neptune’s waterssail through the sorrows of life’s maraudersunrepenting, often emptysail on, sail on sailorcaught like a sewer rat alone but I sailbought like a crust of bread, but oh do I wailseldom stumble, never crumbletry to tumble, life’s a rumblefeel the stinging I’ve been givennever ending, unrelentingheartbreak searing, always fearingnever caring, perseveringsail on, sail on, sailori work the seaways, the gale-swept seawayspast shipwrecked daughters of wicked watersuninspired, drenched and tiredwail on, wail on, sailoralways needing, even bleedingnever feeding all my feelingsdamn the thunder, must I blunderthere’s no wonder all I’m understop the crying and the lyingand the sighing and my dyingsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailorsail on, sail on sailor

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