- Sailin'

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March 26, 2016

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He was captain of a small ship, and he called her the queen
Jackson was an old man, the skipper of the sea
And he dreams about one day, an island he'll find
Out lost in the ocean, just passing in time,. and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin'

And he's been to places, (and he's been to places)
And he knows them quite well, (and he knows them quite well)
But those are just traces, of stories to tell
And he loves his lady, and his whiskey is sweet
But sailin's his first love, it keeps him so free,. and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin'

And he goes where the wind blows, and he flows with the tide
Just going nowhere, just going for the ride
And cigarette for company, and a shot for goodtimes
A sunset to follow, into the night . and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin', sailin' away, and he rather be
Sailin'

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