I don't know,
When my baby will come home.
I don't know,
If I'll ever see her soon.

Because skin wears thin,
And the wounds heal,
I know it won't happen that soon.

I can't say it anymore,
If you break it in two, words will crumble for you,
And my heart backs down.
I can't say it anymore.

When you know,
You can sing for your sorrows,
You will know,
That the pain lasts tomorrow.

I miss you so,
When I know it is done.
I know broken pieces won't fit.

When the tide rises up and it's never enough,
To wash it away, and I feel and I pray.
For I'm just a man, I've got tears just like yours,
No worries, I'm tired and alone.


from Drinking Seawater, released October 7, 2014



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