Em C G Oh I'm sailin' away my own true love Em D G I'm sailin' away in the morning Em C G is there something I can send you from across the sea Em D G From the place that I'll be landing? Em C G No, there's nothin' you can send me, my own true love Em D G There's nothin' I wish to be ownin' Em C G Just carry yourself back to me unspoiled Em D G From across that lonesome ocean. Em C G Oh, but I just thought you might want something fine Em D G Made of silver or of golden Em C G Either from the mountains of Madrid Em D G Or from the coast of Barcelona ? Em C G Oh, but if I had the stars from the darkest night Em D G And the diamonds from the deepest ocean Em C G I'd forsake them all for your sweet kiss Em D G For that's all I'm wishin' to be ownin'. Em C G That I might be gone a long time Em D G And it's only that I'm askin' Em C G Is there something I can send you to remember me by Em D G To make your time more easy passin'? Em C G Oh, how can, how can you ask me again Em D G It only brings me sorrow Em C G But the same thing I would want from you today Em D G I would want again tomorrow. Em C G When I got a letter on a lonesome day Em D G It was from her ship a-sailin' Em C G Saying I don't know when I'll be comin' back again Em D G It depends on how I'm a-feelin'. Em C G Well, if you, my love, must think that-a-way Em D G I'm sure your mind is roamin' Em C G I'm sure your thoughts are not with me Em D G But with the country to where you're goin'. Em C G So take heed, take heed of the western wind Em D G Take heed of the stormy weather Em C G And yes, there's something you can send back to me Em D G Spanish boots of Spanish leather.
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