"Winedark Open Sea" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
Open up your heart
If you want to set me free
Full of love, your love.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.

Lighten up, my heart.
Leave it to the evening breeze.
Give me love, your love.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.

Oh my, I feel love for you
Spreading through my body,
I remember how
We can be so loving.
I feel love for you now,
I feel love for you right now.

Loosen up, my heart.
Let me have some time to be
With a love, my love.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.

Oh my, I feel love for you
Spreading through my body,
I remember how
We can be so loving.
I feel love for you now,
I feel love for you right now.

Sailing on a wine dark open sea.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.

Oh, I feel love for you now.
I feel love for you right now.
I feel love corr you now.
Baby I feel love for you right now,

We're sailing on a wine dark open sea.
Sailing on a wine dark open sea.


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"Winedark Open Sea" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    General CommentA beautiful work from Off the Ground. The song could be a sequel to "Maybe I'm Amazed". Years later, Paul realizes how life sometimes gets in the way of appreciating the one he loves. So, he asks they both to open their hearts to fully experience the love that binds them together. Sailing on a winedark open sea works as a metaphor for life...they are going through life together as the mystery of their lives and the future unfolds. The beauty of the song is marked with sadness because on a few years away Linda would be taken away. But most people could only dream of finding the love the two of them shared.
    JDeanBon February 19, 2007   Link

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