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Down by the shoreline, down by the sea
Rolling black water, singing me to sleep
Keeps rushing forward, keeps rushing by
Rolling black water keep
In a churchyard by a river 
Lazing in the haze of midday 
Laughing in the grasses and the graze
Yellow bird, you are alone 
In singing and in
by the sea
O're the water to Kintyre
The pretties pace you'll ever see

To the pubs and bars of Oban
They're all proud of their old country
They're all
How to find you, maybe by your singing
A weird trail of notes in the water
One white whale in all these oceans
One white whale
Slipping through
comes by raindrops
Reminds us of youthful days
But now it's not rain that water the cane crops
But the sweat from man's brow
The substance from our
On the water down in New Orleans
My baby's the pearl of the quarter
She's a charmer like you never seen 
Singing voulez vous
Where the sailor
inclined
To drift into the bay
By now my friends, could see their minds
As I watched them drift away, all singing

Let's go for a walk upon the water
spring comes by raindrops
Reminds us of youthful days.
But now it's not rain that water the cane crops,
But the sweat from man's brow;
The substance
Stone haven Sunset the water's on fire
My true love of singing, we kiss and conspire
Sing a song for the ocean a song for the sky
A song for
Day by day, work or play, ready side by side. 
Hello friend, come on in, the gate is open wide. 
Bound to be a fightin' free bonanza, 
Singing pines
of water?

I wonder if a king still fishes there
His back towards the burned-out air
His laughing catches singing loud
The memory of water

Your taste
As they rippled soft and low

And since she's gone to Heaven
I miss her most of all
Tonight my darlin's sleepin'
By the singing waterfall

Last night as I
On the isle of Filalilla out Hawai way
A hula maiden gay strolled by a monlit bay
There come a to court her over the water
From a savage Zingazulu
to hear your tenderness
I was blinded by the sight
The power of the changing tide of your nature

Stay singing softly
You take me home
Like a slow boat
in the distance
Down by the sea gull dreaming
The boys are all gathered
For the singing and dancing
The old man is singing
And the sound
By the shores of Gitche Gumee 
By the shining Big Sea Water 
Downward through the evening twilight 
In the days that are forgotten 
From the land
A crippling anger 
Sea birds are blown 
Into the rocks 
Grace is lost to thunder 

Thunder 
Pressure 
Getting 
Lower 

But see her waters break 
Rain
of water?

I wonder if a king still fishes there
His back toward the burned out air
His laughing catches singing loud
Of the memory of water

Your
the morning light, water in the branch
We ride along four men strong together
Every plain and ridge is our heritage Ponderosa Ranch

Day by day, work or play,
On the isle of Filalilla out Hawai way
A hula maiden gay strolled by a monlit bay
There come a to court her over the water
From a savage Zingazulu
A handful of dream dust for my pirate
He can hear the pacific singing
The sea meets the light in his salt water eyes
Icy pictures of the water are
Here we are standing tall
Waiting and hoping 
See the lights shine
Opening over the water

Another day goes by 
The love in your eyes
So patiently
front page sky
My tears are salt water
The moon's full and high

And I know Joe Conrad would be proud of me
Many before me been called by the sea
here hoping
This water will boil
When I look through the windows
And out on the road
They're bringing me presents
And saying hello

Singing words, words
here hoping
This water will boil
When I look through the windows
And out on the road
They're bringing me presents
And saying hello.

Singing