Follow the Dolphin (John Hyatt) I'm trading all my sorrows for an ocean and a breeze, Sister trim the sails and we'll be leaving. And off the coast of Florida, Jamaica calls to me, And I can almost hear my lover breathing. Seagulls hang like kites above the caribbean sea, You know that starlight spins the sky a web of diamonds Out beyond the harbor lights is where I want to be. I'm gonna be drifting in my daydreams to the islands. And the spirit of the sailor, it whispers in the wind: Follow the dolphin, follow the dolphin, follow the dolphin. And Tennessee, I've said goodbye a thousand time before, You know your mountains are as gracious as your ladies. Now I need to hear a voice inside the ocean's roar, As you might hear the crying of the babies. And the spirit of the sailor, it whispers in the wind: Follow the dolphin, follow the dolphin, follow the dolphin. Follow the dolphin. copyright John Hyatt DP
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