Voltaire: 'T was the worst of times for tinkers like you and me.
So, in search of fortune, I took to the sea.
Julia Marcell: 'Round my neck, a key you said was to your heart.
Held it desperately as your ship left the dock.

Voltaire & Julia: I can't forget, I won't forgive this sea for the endless hurt it gave to me.
I want to stab, I want to kill this sea.
Julia: Took you away...
Voltaire: Took you away...
Voltaire & Julia: ...from me.

Voltaire: Silks from Singapore.
A treasure from Tripoli for you.
And, from Suvla Bay, I've scars for souvenirs.
Julia: Love, your son was born.
I wish you could see eyes the same as yours and cries just like me.

Voltaire & Julia: I can't forget, I won't forgive this sea for the endless hurt it gave to me.
I want to stab, I want to kill this sea.
Voltaire: Took you away...
Julia: Took you away...
Voltaire & Julia: ...from me.

Voltaire: Years have passed.
How many, I don't know anymore.
Lost adrift at sea, a storm comes.
It's getting cold.
Julia: I stand under moors, searching a sea of blue.
And forever more, I'll wait here for you.


Lyrics submitted by Meiriona, edited by TR_Jessie

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