For too long have you been away from me
The chains of the sea, how they do lie so heavily
Upon your strong shoulders like a welcome weight
You bear your burden for the love of bait
And what it attracts my attractive mate

Oh captain, my captain give up the sea
Please my fine captain, do it for me

The sea is a call burning inside your chest
And you are the treasure that’s buried so deeply within my aching breast
Give up sea and her salty caress
Give her up for me, there’s too much stress
I never know if she’s swallowed you whole in her crashing maw
Or if your ship’s been transported to the belly of a whale by way of her jaw

Oh captain, my captain give up the sea
Please my fine captain, do it for me

All this worry is driving me to drink
I miss you like crazy with your octopus ink
Etched upon your firm ass – it’s my favorite part
Even without the ink, a pure work of art

Oh captain, my captain give up the sea
Please my fine captain, do it for me

So come home to me captain, and leave that greedy sea
Or take me the fuck with, cus otherwise it’s her or it’s me

Oh captain, my captain give up the sea
Please my fine captain, do it for me

©2015 Kat Crimson


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