In The Late Hours Of A Sunset Rendezvous -- chill Breeze Against Tide, That Carries Me From You. got A Job In A Southern City -- Got Some Lead-Free In My Tank. now I Must Whisper Goodbye -- I'm Bound For The Mainland.
island In The City, Cut By A Cold Sea. people Moving On An Ocean. Groundswell Of Humanity.
now The Sum Breaks Through Rain As I Climb Glen Shiel on The Trail Of Those Old Cattlemen Who Drove Their Bargain South Again. and In The Eyes Of Those Five Sisters Of Kintail there's A Wink Of Seduction From The Mainland.
island In The City. Cut By A Cold Sea. people Moving On An Ocean. Groundswell Of Humanity. storm-Lashed On The High-Rise -- Their Words Are Spray To The Wind. blown Like Silent Laughter. Falling On Ears Of Tin.
take My Heart And Take My Brawn. take By Stealth Or Take By Storm -- set My Brain To 'cruise.' i Can See The Glow Of The Suburb Lights. i'm Fresh From The Out-World -- singing The Mainland Blues.
there Was A Girl Where I Came From. seems A Long Time, Long Time Gone By. wears The West Wind In Her Hair. she Calls From The Hill -- Yeah, She Calls in My Mainland Blues.
there's A Coast Road That Winds To Heaven's Door where A Fat Ferry Floats On Muted Diesel Roar. and There's A Light On The Hillside -- And There's A Flame In Her eyes But How Cold The Lights Burn On The Mainland.
island In The City. Cut By A Cold Sea. people Moving On An Ocean. Groundswell Of Humanity. storm-Lashed On The High-Rise. Their Words Are Spray To The Wind. blown Like Silent Laughter And Falling On Ears Of Tin. in My Mainland Blues