Every time I put my oars in your water
I do it for the sailors
Who have no grave but the sea
Who have no grave but the sea
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black

Every time I put my oars in your water
I do it for the sailors
Who have no grave but the sea
Who have no grave but the sea
With head heart and hands
In name and blood
With heard heart and hands in name and blood
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black

What would you say Jim Hawkins
To you Anne Bonny
What would you say Anne Bonny
If you could speak for yourself
If you could speak for yourself
I can hear you singing
On the rocks
I can hear you clearly on the rocks

With head heart and hands
In name and blood
With heard heart and hands in name and blood
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black
Sail away from the sirens when the light turns black
With head heart and hands
In name and blood
With heard heart and hands in name and blood


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