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Adrift (Craig Anstey) video
#2111: YouTube video by canstey84
©2012 ~ Used with permission ~

I was on a ship,
Set my sails ablaze;
I closed my eyes,
Left it to the wind and the waves.

And swore each storm,
Would surely be my last;
And then one foggy morning,
That vessel hit land.

There was a girl on the beach,
With the glint of love in her eyes;
She was calling out to me,
Was it the wind, the tide,
Was it fate, was it the fire?

I was on a ship,
With a thirsty anchor;
I left it in the other world,
And for that I have to thank her.

There was a girl on the beach,
With the glint of love in her eyes;
She was calling out to me,
Was it the wind, the tide,
Was it fate, was it the fire?

And I can still hear the ocean groaning,
I can still hear the mermaid's song;
I put my ear to the shell and I'm drowning,
I can taste the salt in the fog.

####.... Craig Anstey of Gander, NL ©2012 ....####

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