mar, ó mar

“All At Sea”
(Jamie Cullum)

“I’m all at sea
Where no-one can bother me
Forgot my roots
If only for a day
Just me and my thoughts sailing far away
Like a warm drink it seeps into my soul
Please just leave me right here on my own
Later on you could spend some time with me
If you want to
All at sea
I’m all at sea
Where no-one can bother me
I sleep by myself
I drink on my own
Don’t speak to nobody
I gave away my phone
Like a warm drink it seeps into my soul
Please just leave me right here on my own
Later on you could spend some time with me
If you want to
All at sea
Now I need you more than ever, I need you more than ever, now
You don’t need it every day
But sometimes don’t you just crave
To disappear within your mind
You never know what you might find
So come and spend some time with me
We will spend it all at sea
Like a warm drink it seeps into my soul
Please just leave me right here on my own
Later on you could spend some time with me
If you want to
All at sea”

Aqui falou-se de mar. Também gosto. Sobretudo de o admirar.

Tenho-me esquecido que aqui existe também um quase mar, mas não é verdadeiro. Não é um mar sem fim, com o sol a mergulhar nele, naquele azul fabuloso.

este é um mar calmo, quase disfarçado de rio…

Lembrei-me que quero ver o mar. amanhã vou ver se as ondas são mesmo de quase 5 metros! Tenho saudades desse mar. dessa força.

Aqui o mar não é mar.

Mas a música é linda.

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2 Responses to “mar, ó mar”


  1. 1 Mlucas December 5, 2007 at 9:34 am

    No fim de semana eram grandes eram..lindas e poderosas!

    “I’m all at sea” 🙂

  2. 2 João Lima December 5, 2007 at 11:24 am

    Um lugar com “o” Mar:

    Praia do Guincho.


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