“I’ll send you photographs of everything I do”
Echoed in my mind as I arrived at Waterloo
Jamie met me and we took the tube down south
They’ve got pretty girls down there with legs up to their mouths
And once we’d settled in we played on our guitars
And we tried to learn our favourite song but hit the local bars
Lost our heads and ventured into Leicester Square
Willingly I’ll never spend another second there

But I would like to sail away with you
To a place where the sky and the ocean are the same shade of blue

Well I without a home went west to check one out
And I bribed him with a bottle just to kill off any doubt
And once I’d set to work then made their house a home
And I thought about my family and how quickly I had grown
And on the weekend I bought records from the fairs
And I walked around alone amongst the busy millionaires
And I was lonely, but was happy and I thought
For the first time in my life I've lived the live I’d always sought

And I would like to sail away with you
To a place where the sky and the ocean are the same shade of blue
Yes, I would like to sail away with you
To a place where the sky and the ocean are the same shade of blue

But in the end what matters is what matters to me
So I’ll sing in the end what matters is we’re all free



Lyrics submitted by Lazarwalker

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