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Sailor turn to Pirate farewell letter

On that fatal night when my faith towards Lord betrays me
when finally all curses of my enemies gets me down and my destiny turns its back on me
on that night I will walk into a ninth circle of hell so easily like the devil him self is my brother
i will descend shining brightly like a shooting falling star
little-bit lost like an old worn-out jacket with two false faces

that night you will wait for me with your tired soul
it is so hard to wait for false promises of crooked man
that is fucking hard
and it's so easy to forget everything with one bottle of rum
and to live just for tomorrow and another bottle
and to die all alone, my love

on that night when I leave forever, when I say my farewell
on that night only two women will wake up
one would be my beloved mother and she will cry
second would be you, and you will curse me

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