Lost at Sea (Chelsea's Song)

Music and lyrics by RAW Boswin
Dedicated to the Anderson Family and the crew of the Northwestern

There's few things that might stop the Captain,
From dropping another string down,

Like the bell in the dead of the night that turned the Northwestern 'round,
We had pushed the last pot to the ocean floor,
And I made my way to the Bridge,

Seems the cruelest of waves had crashed back on the shore,
Back where my Chelsea Dawn lives...

And I wept in the arms of my Brothers,
The wind knocked me down to my knees
While I tried to be strong for my Mother,
The truth is I'm lost at sea

I heard the broken voice of my Mother,
She said Chelsea was taken today

I told her that she need say nothing more, I'm on my way, yeah!
Come Hell and high water I'll get there,
Adrift on a wing and a prayer
I'll make it home to my Sweet Chelsea Dawn, 
I'll swim if I've got to I swear!


And I wept in the arms of my Brothers,
The wind knocked me down to my knees
While I tried to be strong for my Mother,
The truth is I'm lost at sea

The good Captain Sig had been listening, He was an ethical man,
He left those strings and the profits they'd bring to the ice jam...
He sent word we were dispatching,
As the Northwestern set through the squall

Just one more night on the ocean Brother...
Well have you back to St. Paul!


Once we drew close to the harbor, I rowed the last league alone
I chartered a flight from Alaska, and made my way home,
We laid to rest my big Sister, My best friend and my confidant,
I knew itd be me whod be Lost at Sea, Just not with my Sweet Chelsea Dawn

And I wept in the arms of my Brothers,
The wind knocked me down to my knees
While I tried to be strong for my Mother,
The truth is I'm lost at sea
Yeah, I wept in the arms of my Brothers,

The wind knocked me down to my knees
While I tried to be strong for my Mother,
The truth is I'm lost at sea

Sweet Chelsea Dawn, Why have you gone, While Im aboard the Northwestern?

Copyright 2010 RAW Boswin (SOCAN)

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