LUCY SPRAGGAN


Rockcliffe Bay Lyrics

He said part of me,
has been lost at sea,
never to return again.
with her eyes wide open,
she was softly spoken,
she said: "babe, are you missing the breeze again?"
you look so fine, sailor,
your shoes still shine,
after years of a house that don't sway,
but she could see,
in his eyes that ship's flag still flies,
and his home was a ocean away.
(Chorus)
he sang, freedom was mine,
for one last time,
when I was sailing along those waves.
but now my plate don't slide,
and my rum's now wine,
and I will never be the same.
(verse)
I don't hear birds no more,
but there's swallows on my hands,
I earnt a star that wasn't plucked from above,
I have memories of friends,
who left this earth as young men,
yet my hairs as white as my hat once, was.

(chorus)

I hear a blast in the background,
feel the wind whip my face,
towing a sister ship,
that didn't make it home,
colours, fade away from me as,
I awake, my wife said
"I'm sleepig next to my own"

(Chorus)

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