the boys for whom i rallied
the joy in which i dallied
leave me wishing port were staboard
overtired and gallied
soaking wet down from my wrists
overtired and gallied

mouth port is no place for sailors

whilst i should find this ironic
i find it sad
at least there is no time to waste
in a city with no fun to be had

we're in the same boat of the south sea
i already know that
we're in the same boat of the south sea
but i don't want to here it
when you're fucking me

pencil boys harbour erotic doubt
i harboured love before you folded out
sailors bridesmaids use machine guns
i harboured love before you folded out

we're in the same boat of the south sea
i already know that
we're in the same boat of the south sea
but i don't want to hear it
when you're fucking me

at least there is no time to waste
in a city with no fun to be had



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