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The Sailor's Song lyrics

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Red sky at morning, sailor take warning, never more to love the land
Welcome lost harbor, port o' call so foreign, never to return again
Blue sky rising, carry me forever, southern light guide me on my journey
A ship in the night, on uncharted passage, cast to the fortune of the sea
A new world discovered, like a waiting lover, willing to fulfil a fantasy
Dark sky falling, far away from home
But this life ain't lonely, this life's alone
Blue sky rising, carry me
(Solo)
A light in the distance, a cold reminiscence of how the world used to be
Follow the dreamer down to the water, sail away from yesterday
Blue sky rising, carry me forever, southern light guide me on my journey
Blue sky rising, carry me forever, southern light guide me on my journey
Blue sky rising, carry me
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