· 

Don Gibson performs "Sea of Heartbreak"

Don Gibson performs "Sea of Heartbreak"

"Sea of Heartbreak" is a song written by Paul Hampton and Hal David and recorded by Don Gibson in 1961. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

The song has been covered by a number of artists, perhaps most famously by Johnny Cash. Cash's daughter, Rosanne Cash, covered the song in 2009 as a duet with Bruce Springsteen on her album, The List. British pop group The Searchers recorded a version in 1964 for their album It's The Searchers. The Everly Brothers covered the song on their 1967 album, The Hit Sound of the Everly Brothers. In 1982, Poco went to #35 in the USA on the Adult Contemporary chart with their version.

Don Gibson - Sea of Heartbreak Lyrics

 

The lights in the harbor

Don't shine for me

I'm like a lost ship

Adrift on the sea

The sea of heartbreak

Lost love and loneliness

Memories of your caress

So divine, how I wish

You were mine again, my dear

I'm on this sea of tears

The sea of heartbreak

How did I lose you?

Oh, where did I fail?

Why did you leave me?

Always to sail

The sea of heartbreak

Lost love and loneliness

Memories of your caress

So divine, how I wish

You were mine again, my dear

I'm on this sea of tears

Sea of heartbreak

Oh, what I'd give to sail back to shore

Back to your arms once more

Oh, come to my rescue

Oh, come here to me

Take me and keep me

Away from the sea

The sea of heartbreak

Lost love and loneliness

Memories of your caress

So divine, how I wish

You were mine again, my dear

I'm on this sea of tears

The sea of heartbreak

The sea of heartbreak

Yeah, the sea of heartbreak

Mm, sea of heartbreak


Escribir comentario

Comentarios: 0