The water greets you like a small child
Open arms and mile wide smile, yeah
You're further from the bay, you're miles and miles away
The sweet sun makes you simper
It carves laugh lines on your face

Left your money on the blanket
Like Spalding Gray did for his moment
Let's hope the natives rob you blind
And you get your chance to shine
You shine right through the water
Become a beacon in the sun

Be my island, be my tree (X2)
Be my island, be my true (X2)

Two times greater than a wonder
e times softer than a whisper
It curls around my body, it lifts me off the ground
The effervescent summer, spins around and round

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