(Michael Weston King)
Featuring Mabel Dalgleish-King

You told me the ocean was mine to keep
You said that you’d call down the moon
But, love is a promise too wide and deep
We were shallow and fell in too soon

I told you that I’d try to do my best
To honour the vow that me made
But, I wore the air of a single man
And never strayed far from the shade

She sang him ‘The Roses of Picardy’
While he sang ‘The Workingman’s Blues’

I’m sorry I hurt you, I’m sorry I failed
It’s not like I set out to lose

Two shells washed up on the shore
A couple who swam out too far