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The ocean has always maintained a special place in my heart. It's beauty, peace and tranquility bring a calmness to my being every time I'm lucky enough to sit at one of her shores. But unfortunately, I've learned the hard way that the ocean also has a very violent side to it. I always like to say, when you get in the ocean, you're pretty much signing a waiver that you are not in control anymore. She's going to do with you as she wishes.

I originally wrote Lost at Sea as a poem and later turned it into this song.


Salt winds on the skin of the ocean,
Cast out on the sea for a day,
She moves with a powerful motion,
Feeding you to the mouth of the bay,

The hard dock greets you with warmth,
A sturdy and trusty friend,
It’s legs reach down like an anchor,
Through her warm quilt, deep in the sand,

The gulls are chirpin’,
A lighthouse, buoy a-roar,
Faster and faster,
Her waves lap hard on the shore…

High seas on the skin of the ocean,
Passed out in a dream for a day,
You wake to a powerful motion,
She swoons while she carries away,

The dim light seems to fade in the distance,
A thunderous and billowed scene,
Scattered light like veins shout,
You’re searching the sky for a friend,

She moves beneath you,
Power through currents and waves,
A mothering warmth for some,
For others a grave.

Salt winds on the skin of the ocean,
Sleep deep, without a name,
She moves with a powerful motion,
Feeding you to the mouth of the bay.



Written and arranged by Warren Thomas Fenzi
Produced by Warren Thomas Fenzi and 
Colin Loynachan
Engineered and mixed by Colin Loynachan at 
“The Swamp” in Minneapolis, MN
Mastered by Eric Martin
Photographed by Josh Hild
Illustrations by Anabel Johnson
Designed by Alex Munro

Warren Thomas Fenzi: electric guitar and vocals

Colin Loynachan: organ
Brett Bjornrud: drum set and percussion
Lend Moua: electric bass

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