I was out between the mountain and the sea
When the water had risen and captured me
And I sank until the sea had commit his clever scheme

Stared as far as I could see, it was emptiness and me
'You are sick, but alone', said I
Nothing said he
So I walked to where the rivers meet
I am such unwelcome company

I scaled the banks
Until the wind had met my face
It is colder to me in my miserable state
But I'm well-learned
To make friends who'll try in turn

So I stood upon that mountain peak
But the sea cried, 'Friend come back to me!'


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Mountain and the Sea song meanings
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