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Jim Reeves – Seabreeze lyrics

I saw a ship a sailing on the ocean blue
I ran right down to the ocean side in hopes that it was you
So long ago you left me to sail to a foreign land
But when that ship went sailing by my hopes dropped to the sand
Seabreeze ocean wave bring my lover please
Turn her sails toward my heart and bring her back to me

The rising sun reminds me of the day she had to go
She set her sails to the morning tide and filled my heart with woe
She told me when she left me she'd sail to many shores
But her heart her dreams would always be with the one that she loved so
Seabreeze ocean wave...
Bring her back to me bring her back to me



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