"Sail Those Same Oceans" as written by and Russell/morris Crowe....
Sailor's coming home again from over the ocean.
He's been away so long he's forgotten his name.
Left it in a heart somewhere, no-one to remind him.
Told it to a stranger, she took it away.

There comes a time when you understand, falling in love is part of the plan.

CHORUS:
And you can stay awake tonight, thinking up a dozen names.
I can only sleep in your arms, so when I stay awake
I'll sail those same oceans again.

So when I tilt my hat to the breeze of the evening.
Succumb to the flowers, who say they'll marry me.
Then my love will walk away.
hang us like a painting, so there's no more changes.
No more tales of the sea.

You've got to get out, well I understand.
Falling apart wasn't part of the plan.

CHORUS

You've got to get out, well I understand.
Losing yourself wasn't part of the plan.

Sailor's coming home again from over the ocean.
He's been away so long he's forgotten his name.
Left it in a bar somewhere, one drunken evening.
If you talk to strangers baby, you might not come home.

And there comes a time when you understand, falling in love is part of the plan.

CHORUS x2


Lyrics submitted by IJGrieve

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