The Westward Breeze

Midnight sun at Nordkapp, Norway.

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she sails the midnight sun
with her hair flowing free
whispering to me
to come follow the westward breeze

oh my loveI love you
oh my loveI really do

she smiles 
and the sun lights up the sky
and I follow 
but I wonder why

oh my love, I love you
oh my love, I really do

something about her 
spells mystery
whispering to me
to come follow the westward breeze

oh my lucky starsI’ve been blown away
oh my lucky starsI have found the way

she sails the midnight sun
with her hair flowing free
waiting for me
to come follow the westward breeze

oh my lucky stars, I’ve been blown away
oh my lucky stars, I have found the way

“The Westward Breeze” © 1982 Ronald K. House

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  1. #1 by RKHouse on January 8, 2012 - 2:31 am

    I don’t know how you “sail the midnight sun”, but then I don’t know actually how to sail, either. Which is probably okay, since I don’t think this song was really about sailing anyway.

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