Sunken sailor
Whose life was obsolete
They're still waiting at the harbor

You came in here
Sea salt in your eyes
"It always feels worst when you've got
Nothing to be sad about"

Sent-away daughter
Who never had a chance
He's going to keep her as his own now

You came in here
Wedding rings around your eyes
"There must be something wrong with me
I lost my faith, inexplicably"

Medieval merchant
Who didn't know his rights
He's going to carry red-hot iron bars

You came in here
Heavy weights under your eyes
"I'd rather go back home again
And I don't know why I keep trying"

Former waitress
Whose life doesn't seem to end
90 years of living is too much when you're on your own

You came in here
Fake wrinkles around your eyes
"I'd better put an end to this
As long as my mind is clear enough"

A silver plate and I lose my sense
Then I'm back to prove my competence
More silver plates and again, my sense

You're just guessing so don't say it could be worse
You're just guessing so don't say it could be worse
You're just guessing so don't say it could be worse
You're just guessing so don't say it could be worse


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