It was just water and more water
How long can you savour such depths
I was lonely all over again
So I drew a wooden ship
Did the ship have a mast?
I really cannot recall anymore
It probably didn’t have all a good ship should
In form, just barebone
Everywhere just water and more water
I kept losing my way all the time
The sky was dark too, in the shops of stars
Sales were dull beneath the roof of clouds
The wooden ship that I drew will sink
Will memories of the shipwreck make you weep?
In the darkness you had grown distant
Tomorrow you too will be an abandoned lighthouse