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Smooth Sailing (Arnett Cobb) · Bernie Parry Sailing to the Moon (Bernie Parry) · Sailing On (Tom Michael) · Sailing (Grace Griffith) · Sailing to Philadelphia [Mercury] (Mark Knopfler) · Sailing the Seas of Cheese [CD/DVD] (Primus) · Sailing (Erich Kunzel) · Sailing to Philadelphia (Mark Knopfler) · Sailing the Seas of Cheese (Primus) · Sailing the Seas of Cheese (Primus) – and 90 other albums »


He'll go a-roving plundering no more
Sailing for the lowlands low

The lowlands low, the lowlands low
Sailing for the lowlands low

We smuggled out
He'll go a-roving plundering no more
Sailing for the lowlands low

The lowlands low, the lowlands low
Sailing for the lowlands low

We smuggled out
see there's no use sailing

Among ships I've known before.

It will only bring me more,

And more and more

Lonely sailing nights, more,

Racing,
should be

Maybe I should get away

Take myself a holiday



No more calls begging my time

No more walls for me to climb

I can't wait to feel
sails in the sunset, I'm trusting in you

Swift wings you must borrow
Make straight for the shore
We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more
deep
And it's much too wide
You can't get across to the other side
I got a lover way over there by the mountainside
(Hold her my arms just a-one more
bison family, and much more 

Sailing on and on and on and on
Into the ocean, into the sun
My boat, a viking, my dad and me
On the wild sea

Do you
You're on a wide open ocean 
No one around you for miles 
Your thinkin' of drinkin' on water 
While you're sailing the Nile 

No one to stop you
I'll stay away from you no more, 
I've come home to stop yearning.
sails in the sunset, I'm trusting in you

Swift wings you must borrow
Make straight for the shore
We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more
sails in the sunset, I'm trusting in you

Swift wings you must borrow
Make straight for the shore
We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more
behind
It wouldn't be so bad
If I had more time

Sailing down a river alone
I've been tryin' to find my way back home
But I don't believe in magic
the hours slip on by
No more cares or worries
No more asking yourself why

Can you hear us, can you hear us
We're never far away
Can you hear us, can
This time I'll be sailing
No more bailing boats for me
I'll be out here on the sea
Just my confidence and me
And I'll be awful sometimes
walking through that door
Your friends may call you
You won't be hanging 'round no more
By the muddy waters"
OOh yeah, muddy waters
Mama was shouting
Said:
that it's more fun
Than knowing exactly where you are

Like a stone carried on the river
Like a boat sailing on the sea
Well I keep on walking
Oh, I keep
than one 
But I have a feeling that it's more fun 
Than knowing exactly where you are 

Like a stone carried on the river 
Like a boat sailing
on the table
And the coffee gets cold
Like the milk in my mouth
Sailing on no honeymoon
Just separate chairs in separate rooms
Jesus, please
Make us happy
lonely search
For the truth

so the years passed by and he became more wise
Knowin all about the uncovered mysteries
By the time he realized that he's been
a hold on you
When the emptieness like a potion tends to fray your reason strand by strand
And there's no more need for the mask your wear
When the last
her on home
'Cause I ain't had no milk and butter, since my cow's been gone

Now you gotta treat me right
Baby, day by day
Get out your little
her on home
'Cause I ain't had no milk and butter, since my cow's been gone

Now you gotta treat me right
Baby, day by day
Get out your little
her on home
'Cause I ain't had no milk and butter, since my cow's been gone

Now you gotta treat me right
Baby, day by day
Get out your little
Everybody else has gone,
But you're still here with me.
All the world is sleeping by and by.
Through the windowpane
The frosted light is
sputtered with blood and the cannons did loudly roar
And broadside and broadside a long time we lay till we could fight no more
And a thousand times I wished