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  1. Sail Away

From the album Fluke or Flounder

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John Guliak - Vocal and acoustic guitar
Paul Rigby - Electric Guitars
Keith Rose - Bass
David MacAnulty - Drums
Tyler Greentree - Backing Vocals

Lyrics

Sail Away

It's been 14 mornings on the kitchen floor
You'd think by now I'd know what I did the night before
But the kicks and the wince, the drugs and the kicks
Come down with the weight of the guilt that I'll wash away
When I get down to the water

You can let yourself run fast and loose like the Grievous Angel's wild goose
And let love hurt you every day
Or you can lay down in the bathtub with the fat man blues and sail away

I'm always leaving behind what I'd like to hold
The same old story in the rear view mirror on that same old open road
And the lips that I'll miss, the words and the kiss
Her voice a distant melody that I'll wash away
When I get down to the water

You can let yourself run fast and loose like the Grievous Angel's wild goose
And let love hurt you every day
Or you can lay down in the bathtub with the fat man blues and sail away

So here's to 14 mornings on the kitchen floor
Here's to the same old story in the rear view mirror on that same old open road
Here's to the friends that have been, the good times and sins
The bruise of a heart on my sleeve that I'll wash away
When I get down to the water

You can let yourself run fast and loose like the Grievous Angel's wild goose
And let love hurt you every day
Or you can lay down in the bathtub with the fat man blues and sail away