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From The Nightshift Watchman
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The wind is right for sailing
The tide is right to go
So come away to sea with me
There's things that you should know

There's things I'd like to tell you
That words can't seem to say
Unless we're on this simple craft
Sailing far away

Chorus

Sail around this sound
Far away from shore
Come away to sea with me
Sail your heart once more

Join me in this simple craft
Welcome to my home
The things I'd like to say to you
Are better said alone

So let your heart sail with me
We'll cast away from town
And we'll sail away on music
Inside this simple sound

Chorus

This simple craft I play upon
Is made from wooden parts
Its never sailed an ocean
But is sure can sail my heart

And if you feel the music
Then we've raised another sail
The ocean wraps this world around
The wind will never fail

Chorus (repeat)

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©1987 Midnight Ocean Bonfire Music/Nine-Ten Music,
A division of Soroka Music Ltd. (BMI)
All Rights Reserved/International Copyright Secured



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