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Rhyming Words: SEA

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Words and phrases that rhyme with sea: (1492 results)
1 syllable:

b, b-tree, b., be, bea, bee, blea, brea, bree, brie, btree, buie, bw pkwy, c, c., cctt xxi, cdtw cdti,
cdvd ie, chea, chee, chppm, ch ci, cie, cmr ci, cmts nsi, crche, crea, cree, cvm ci, d, d., ddc ci, dd
mm yy, de, dea, dee, di, dn ri, dshea, e, e., ee, ewery, fdx tty, fee, flea, flee, free, freeh, frf lmi,
fsi, g, g., gee, ghee, glee, gvb ci, gw pkwy, gyi, hb srbbi, hd sdi, he, he-he, hee, hf lri, hp rdi, je,
jee, jfcc gsi, jg wi, ji, jie, jpcg dmi, jtcg dmi, kcs ny, kea, kee, key, khe, ki, klee, knee, kyi, lcssc,
lea, lee, leigh, li, lie-in, lv tdy, lxi, me, mea, mee, mi, mm dd yy, mp dy, mrd ci, ne, neagh, nee,
ngwee, nhà nhẠc, ni, nie, npcc ny, oui, p, p-cav, p., pb sti, pci-e, pea, peay, pee, pe ci, pgmea,
plea, ppppp, pppppp, pp mrd ci, pre, pree, prix, pshce, pvm mpi, qi, quai, quay, qui, rc pkwy,
ree, reeh, rheae, rhee, sbcci, scc ieh, scfx ci, schlee, schlie, schm-, schnee, sci, scree, scssi, sdp
tsi, sdsr ci, sd sdi, see, she, shi, shieh, shih, shree, shri, si, sie, sieh, ski, skiey, slee, smee, snee,
spie, spnea, spree, squee, sri, sspca, stree, stsci, sze, t, t., tc rdi, td mfie, te, tea, tee, tf rie,
thee, thi, three, ti, tree, treue, tse, ttc wi, v, v., vc rdi, ve, vee, vm ri, vpd ci, vps mhi, wb tlmy,
we, wee, wg ggi, wheee, whsle, wiehe, wii, wrx sti, xi, xie, ye, yee, yi, yie, z, z., ze, zea, zee, zi

2 syllables:

-degree, 3-d, 3d, a-sea, aarti, abee, ac, aceae, aceee, achee, acree, adee, aequi, agee, agree,
ailee, aimee, akey, aknee, albee, allbee, allee, amiee, andree, and he, and we, ansi, ap, arieh,
arnee, arrestee, artsy, ash tree, askey, as he, athee, av, baldree, bankey, banshee, barbee,
barclay, barkey, bartee, baytree, bay tree, beach flea, beach pea, bead tree, bean tree,
beastly, beaudry, beebe, beebee, beech tree, beef tea, besee, bhatti, bibbee, bibee, bibi,
bigbee, big tree, birch tree, black bee, black pea, black tea, blue pea, bouchee, bouchey,
bougie, bouie, bouley, bouyei, bo tree, bradlee, braintree, bresee, britney, brony, broom tree,
brulee, bt, buckbee, bugbee, busbee, bushee, bush pea, buskey, buzbee, bybee, c. d., c3,
cabree, cahsee, candee, can he, capri, caree, carefree, carree, cartee, casae, cat-3, cat flea, cc,
cd, cepii, chablis, chaldee, chartae, cheree, chickpea, childree, chinee, church key, citee,
coetzee, colee, combee, conjee, contee, coppee, coqui, cork tree, cottee, couchee, coudee,
couey, coutee, crabtree, crappie, crappy, cuffee, cumbee, curie, curlee, cuvee, cygni, d. c.,
dalai, darii, dc, debris, decree, deedee, degree, denlea, depree, depuy, deupree, did he,
djinnee, dog flea, donee, do we, draftee, dubree, ducky, dundee, dunfee, dunklee, dupee,
dupree, dupuis, dupuy, duree, duryee, d c, elm tree, embree, emcee, enfree, esprit, fanguy,
farlee, feathery, ferree, field pea, fig tree, fir tree, flame pea, flame tree, flat pea, fleuri, foree,
foresee, forkey, forsee, for free, for me, frazee, friedli, fringe tree, frisee, fruit tree, furbee,
fusee, fuzee, gabii, gaskey, gassee, gelee, geri, ginnee, give me, gladje, glomski, goatee,
godbee, god tree, gokey, golf tee, goostree, goree, grabski, grand prix, grantee, grantree, grass
pea, grass tree, greenlee, green pea, green tea, gretzky, grindlay, group b, guardee, guerry,
guide me, guinee, gum tree, gurnee, gutsy, hajji, hao-chi, hardee, hashi, hawkey, headlee,
heart pea, heath pea, hembree, henri, henslee, herb tea, higbee, high tea, holm tree, humvee,
hydrea, hyphae, iced tea, ice tea, if we, indri, inknee, i p, jalee, janii, jaycee, jedi, jessee, joanie,
jolie, julee, kacee, kailee, keesee, kibbee, kissee, kukje, kylie, labree, lacee, lanktree, larch tree,
laree, lashlee, latchkey, lavie, lead tree, legree, lesbi, lessee, let me, lienee, lime tree, lipski,
listee, lonetree, lordly, lordy, loree, losee, louie, love tree, lp, m.i.a, m3, macee, machree,
macphee, magee, mammee, mankey, maree, marie, markee, markey, marquee, marquis,
marsee, marsh pea, marsh tea, maybee, mcbee, mccree, mcfee, mcgee, mcghee, mcghie,
mckee, mckey, mckie, mcnee, mcphee, mcphie, mcree, mcvea, meiji, meishi, mentee, merci,
millree, ming tree, mirti, miti, moree, mountleigh, msggui, mskcc, murphree, musee, muti,
myrrh tree, nabil, ne-ne, nestle, newbie, nghi, nikkei, nut tree, o.e.d, oak tree, ochreae,
ocreae, olea, one c, ozzy, palm tree, pankey, parkey, parlee, partee, patee, pattee, paulie,
pawnee, payee, pc, peachtree, peach tree, pear tree, peaslee, pea tree, pee-pee, pee-wee,
peewee, pee dee, petree, pettee, piercey, piggee, pine tree, pingree, plane tree, plumlee,
plum tree, pontee, pony, porree, portee, pouncy, precis, purree, q.e.d, queen bee, radii,
ragee, rain tree, ranee, ravi, rawski, razee, rb, regii, relessee, retree, rigsbee, rippee, roblee,
rodkey, rooftree, rough pea, roundtree, rountree, rowntree, rupee, sacchi, salt tree, samii,
sand flea, sangui, saree, screw key, screw tree, sea pea, sebree, segui, selfie, setee, seti, set
free, shade tree, sharee, sheree, shippee, shitty, sightsee, signee, silk tree, sirree, slutty,
smithee, smoke tree, smutty, snap pea, snotty, snow pea, soap tree, solesbee, soli, soonee,
soonyi, soree, soufflee, spice tree, squitee, staff tree, standlee, starkey, stat mi, stogie,
subtree, sunday, suny, swanee, sweet pea, sze-di, t. v., tab key, tangqui, tanski, taulbee, tb,
tehee, tepee, thatch tree, that he, thermae, thierry, thirty, tibi, tiki, tilii, tinkey, tootsie, topee,
to me, to see, trabeae, tracee, trainee, trotsky, trustee, tsebe, tung tree, turnkey, tv, type b,
tyree, ulee, unfree, unssc, vendee, virii, vouchee, vp, watch key, weighty, whedbee, wheel
tree, whipkey, whitey, whoopee, wifi, wig tree, wiki, wild pea, will be, wind tee, winfree,
winged pea, winski, withee, woodlee, would be, yangtze, ye-yi, yippee, youree, zewe, zuni,
zwingli

3 syllables:

a. b. c., a. c. p., a. n. c., a. z. t., abc, abductee, absentee, actiniae, adamski, addressee, adoptee,
adoree, alder tree, alienee, allottee, allspice tree, almaty, almond tree, amc, amd, amphorae,
amputee, anise tree, apc, apogee, applebee, appleby, apple tree, appointee, arendsee,
aretsky, aronie, ascaridae, atp, attendee, atv, aujourd'hui, b. b. c., b. c. c., bambuseae,
bangiaceae, banyan tree, barbaree, bargainee, battersea, bbc, before he, bel esprit, benami,
bitter pea, blackwood tree, botonee, bourgeoisie, boy-ar-dee, brachii, branitzky, breadfruit
tree, briony, buckwheat tree, bully tree, bumblebee, busy bee, button tree, c.o.d., c. d. c.,
cabbage tree, cablec, caley pea, cannaceae, cantv, caper tree, carob tree, cashew tree, cbc,
cdc, cedar tree, chaotically, characeae, charadrii, chariotee, cherokee, cherry tree, chestnut
tree, chickaree, china tree, chocolate tree, christmas tree, citron tree, citrus tree, coffee tree,
come with me, comiskey, command key, common pea, conferee, control key, coral pea, coral
tree, corkwood tree, cramponee, crary, crystal tea, cup of tea, cxc, cypress tree, d. d. t., d. l. c.,
d. m. z., d. n. c., darling pea, dauphinee, davinci, ddt, demaree, deportee, desert pea,
designee, detailee, detainee, devil tree, devotee, digiti, disagree, disseizee, distrainee,
divorcee, djibouti, dmz, dnc, docking fee, dogwood tree, doubletree, dragon tree, drumstick
tree, dsv, dvd, d and c, eap, elysee, engoulee, enlistee, ennuyee, enquiry, enrollee, entrance
fee, escapee, ezrachi, f. c. c., f. e. c., f. t. c., fabaceae, fagaceae, fatheree, fever tree, filigree,
fillagree, fire tree, florini, football tee, franchisee, fucaceae, g. d. p., g. n. p., g. o. p., galilee,
garden pea, gemini, genesee, genus zea, german bee, glory pea, gnc, gnetaceae, golden pea,
guarani, guarantee, guaranty, gymboree, h. i. v., hammontree, hardegree, hardigree, hawaii,
hazel tree, hemlock tree, herbal tea, hoary pea, hohensee, holy see, honeybee, honoree, how
did he, iguchi, in-degree, incense tree, inductee, interest-free, internee, invitee, isensee, jean-
louis, jihadi, jubilee, judas tree, k. g. b., kabuki, kenobi, kgb, khamenei, killer bee, kokanee,
kumquat tree, l. d. p., l. s. d., lacquer tree, lambayeque, law degree, lcb, legal fee, lemon tree,
liamine, libellee, licensee, linden tree, loasaceae, locust tree, logwood tree, loquat tree,
loralee, lotus tree, lsd, lunati, m. i. t., m. t. v., maccabee, machete, mallonee, malvaceae,
manatee, mango tree, mason bee, master key, mauna kea, mcafee, mcaffee, mccovey,
mcendree, mcintee, mckelvie, mckelvy, mcquarrie, mcquary, meadow pea, medlar tree,
meliaceae, melon tree, menifee, menotti, middle c, milady, mining bee, mit, mitcheltree,
mniaceae, moraceae, mountain tea, mpg, mtv, mustard tree, myrtaceae, n. b. c., n. r. c., nbc,
necklace tree, necochea, negaunee, nettle tree, nitta tree, nobody, nominee, nutmeg tree, o.
m. b., oad, ocheltree, ochnaceae, oconee, odp, ofc, oglesbee, ogletree, olive tree, onesie,
orange tree, orchid tree, ordeal tree, oversea, oversee, p. h. d., palmertree, panini, papaw
tree, parolee, partridge pea, pecan tree, pepper tree, phd, phoenix tree, picheny, pigeon pea,
pinaceae, piperaceae, plantain tree, poison pea, poplar tree, portia tree, potpourri, potter
bee, purple pea, q. v. c., quilting bee, r. t. c., raparee, rapparee, ratterree, razaleigh, reagree,
realty, referee, repartee, rescussee, resignee, retiree, returnee, return key, rhyniaceae, ribbon
tree, rosaceae, rosalee, rosemarie, rosewood tree, rowan tree, rutaceae, s. a. t., s. e. c., sara-
lee, satterlee, secondee, selfconscious, semele, service tree, shamrock pea, shingle tree,
signori, silver tree, siris tree, sorrel tree, spanish tea, speak-easy, spelling bee, spindle tree,
sticktight flea, strangler tree, st marie, sugar pea, suv, sweet gum tree, syncope, t. n. t., take to
be, temple tree, tennessee, third degree, tiliaceae, timpani, tommy-lee, torrey tree, toxotidae,
to a t, trapaceae, trilliaceae, trollopee, trumpet tree, tulip tree, tuskegee, twenty-three,
twinkly, t a c, u. s. c., undersea, us-ascii, vaccinee, vajpayee, valente, valenti, valoree,
vanderzee, varnish tree, vip, vranitzky, waikiki, walnut tree, wandersee, wannabe, wannabee,
wassily, water flea, water ski, weatherbee, weathersbee, wedowee, wetherbee, white wax
tree, wild plum tree, wild sweet pea, willow tree, woitschatzke, woodmansee, worker bee,
yavlinski, yellow pea, yuichi, zambesi, zouabri, zurowski

4 syllables:

a. a. r. p., a. f. d. c., abandonee, actuary, admission fee, afternoon tea, alkali bee, aloeaceae,
apricot tree, asap, australian pea, azollaceae, balata tree, banana tree, betulaceae, bialecki,
bird cherry tree, black cherry tree, black walnut tree, blue mountain tea, boletaceae,
bombacaceae, bullock's heart tree, butterfly pea, cacao tree, caller id, calliope, carob bean
tree, carpenter bee, cctv, chaparral pea, chinese pea tree, chlorophyll b, clementine tree,
clusiaceae, coconut tree, coco plum tree, color tv, colossally, common fig tree, common flat
pea, coral bean tree, cordaitaceae, corylaceae, cranberry tree, crybaby tree, cucumber tree,
cyrilliaceae, damson plum tree, davalliaceae, diastole, dicranaceae, directv, doctor's degree,
dracaenaceae, e. e. o. c., egyptian pea, elephant tree, f. d. i. c., family tree, flamboyant tree,
flowering tree, fouquieriaceae, g. a. t. t., geac, genus indri, ginkgoaceae, going to be, hazelnut
tree, helotiaceae, hickory tree, hyperbole, ignition key, indian pea, indri indri, interviewee, irit,
ironwood tree, irve, italian bee, ivory tree, jigamaree, joshua tree, kagarlitsky, kazunori,
khawarizmi, knbc, komatani, l. a. p. d., labrador tea, lapd, leitneriaceae, lennoaceae, licensing
fee, linear b, lobeliaceae, looking glass tree, ludology, mangosteen tree, marmalade tree,
master's degree, melampsoraceae, menominee, mexican tea, miccosukee, minestrone,
mixology, montmorency, morchellaceae, mulberry tree, n. t. s. b., nyet, nypd, origami, oswego
tea, pagoda tree, panama tree, papaya tree, paperazzi, paradise tree, paraguay tea,
phonology, pink shower tree, potato tree, powerpc, proctoscopy, pudding pipe tree,
punxsutawney, r. o. t. c., reality, rhinoplasty, robert e lee, rubiaceae, sacagawea, sassafras
tree, saururaceae, sensitive pea, skeleton key, smooth darling pea, spanish lime tree,
staggeringly, strawberry tree, sugar snap pea, sweet orange tree, tangerine tree, telegraph
key, tomography, tonka bean tree, to no degree, to that degree, to what degree, traveler's
tree, tupelo tree, u. n. h. c., u. s. o. c., ulvophyceae, umbrella tree, u s m c, vinegar tree,
vitamin b, vitamin c, vitamin d, vitamin e, vitamin g, vitamin p, wild cherry tree, wild china
tree, wild mango tree, wild medlar tree, wild service tree, winged spindle tree, winter's bark
tree, zamiaceae, zhirinovsky, ziad

5 syllables:

actuality, africanized bee, anchovy pear tree, asparagus pea, audio cd, australian grass tree,
avocado tree, bachelor's degree, bacteroidaceae, bitter orange tree, blastodiaceae,
cabombaceae, cacld, ceratophyllaceae, chinese lacquer tree, chinese scholar tree,
chlamydiaceae, cladoniaceae, clavariaceae, common coral tree, common spindle tree,
coniferous tree, custard apple tree, dacrymycetaceae, dilatory plea, elaeagnaceae, english
breakfast tea, english walnut tree, eucalyptus tree, everlasting pea, golden shower tree,
gynogenesis, hairy darling pea, hepatitis b, indian rupee, insanity plea, laryngoscopy,
lepiotaceae, loganiaceae, mahogany tree, monotropaceae, nepalese rupee, orchard apple
tree, para rubber tree, parmeliaceae, pencil cedar tree, perennial pea, petite bourgeoisie,
petty bourgeoisie, pistachio tree, podocarpaceae, polyangiaceae, predominately, robert
edward lee, sensuality, sffed, silver jubilee, singletary pea, sour cherry tree, spanish cedar
tree, sri lanka rupee, stochastically, strophariaceae, tecophilaeacea, temple orange tree,
tetraparesis, thiobacteriaceae, tilletiaceae, vibrionaceae, white cinnamon tree

6 syllables:

academic degree, allioniaceae, anthocerotaceae, associate degree, australian nettle tree,


austrian winter pea, brazilian pepper tree, california bay tree, cercidiphyllaceae, ceylon
cinnamon tree, chenopodiaceae, convallariaceae, east indian fig tree, enterobacteriaceae,
gametogenesis, hemophilia b, honorary degree, idiosyncrasy, imperial decree, indian coral
tree, jamaica caper tree, japanese lacquer tree, japanese varnish tree, jungermanniaceae,
kentucky coffee tree, lepidodendraceae, lophosoriaceae, macadamia tree, mandarin orange
tree, myxobacteriaceae, nanotechnology, nitrobacteraceae, nitrobacteriaceae,
oedogoniaceae, origination fee, pakistani rupee, panama redwood tree, phenomenology,
polypodiaceae, santa maria tree, sclerotiniaceae, siberian pea tree, tetragoniaceae, to a higher
degree, to a lesser degree, to the highest degree, to the lowest degree, tricholomataceae, w.
n. y. c.

7 syllables:

africanized honey bee, brazilian potato tree, capital of djibouti, capital of hawaii, capital of
tennessee, chinese angelica tree, european olive tree, fruit of the poisonous tree, glandular
labrador tea, homosexuality, japanese pagoda tree, laryngoscopicaly, macadamia nut tree,
microsporogenesis, political detainee, septobasidiaceae, stereotypically, to an adequate
degree

8 syllables:

japanese angelica tree, to a tolerable degree, western australia coral pea

9 syllables:

american angelica tree

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Examples in Literature
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From If All The Seas Were One Sea (Mother Goose rhyme):

If all the seas were one sea,


What a great sea that would be!

From I Saw A Ship A-sailing (Mother Goose rhyme):

A-sailing on the sea;


And, oh! it was all laden
With pretty, things for thee!
There were comfits in the cabin,

From Bobby Shaftoe (Mother Goose rhyme):

Bobby Shaftoe's gone to sea,


With silver buckles on his knee:

From Twelfth Night: Act II, scene IV:

But mine is all as hungry as the sea,


And can digest as much: make no compare
Between that love a woman can bear me
And that I owe Olivia.

From Romeo and Juliet: Act II, scene II:

My bounty is as boundless as the sea,


My love as deep; the more I give to thee,

From King Lear: Act III, scene IV:

But if thy flight lay toward the raging sea,


Thou'ldst meet the bear i' the mouth. When the
mind's free,
The body's delicate: the tempest in my mind

From Shakespeare's Sonnet LXV.:

Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea,


But sad mortality o'er-sways their power,
How with this rage shall beauty hold a plea,
Whose action is no stronger than a flower?

From "The White Birds" by William Butler Yeats:

foam of the sea!


We tire of the flame of the meteor, before it can fade
and flee;
And the flame of the blue star of twilight, hung low

From "The Three Hermits" by William Butler Yeats:

THREE old hermits took the air


By a cold and desolate sea,
First was muttering a prayer,
Second rummaged for a flea;

From "The Grey Rock" by William Butler Yeats:

With the loud host before the sea,


That think sword-strokes were better meant
Than lover's music -- let that be,
So that the wandering foot's content.

From "The Song Of The Happy Shepherd" by William Butler Yeats:

Go gather by the humming sea


Some twisted, echo-harbouring shell.
And to its lips thy story tell,
And they thy comforters will be.

From "The Circus Animal Desertion" by William Butler Yeats:

And when the Fool and Blind Man stole the bread
Cuchulain fought the ungovernable sea;
Heart-mysteries there, and yet when all is said
It was the dream itself enchanted me:

From "Sea-Shore Memories" by Walt Whitman:

And do you wait a moment, you husky-noised sea;


For somewhere I believe I heard my mate responding to me,

From "ETERNITY" by Robert Herrick:

Are lost i' th' sea


Of vast eternity:--
Where never moon shall sway
The stars; but she,

From "The English Flag" by Rudyard Kipling:

I have spread its fold o'er the dying, adrift in a hopeless sea;
I have hurled it swift on the slaver, and seen the slave set free.

From "Barrack-Room Ballads" by Rudyard Kipling:

When 'Omer smote 'is bloomin' lyre,


He'd 'eard men sing by land an' sea;
An' what he thought 'e might require,
'E went an' took -- the same as me!

From "For To Admire" by Rudyard Kipling:

I thinks about the things that was,


An' leans an' looks acrost the sea,
Till spite of all the crowded ship
There's no one lef' alive but me.

From "Mulholland's Contract" by Rudyard Kipling:

The fear was on the cattle, for the gale was on the sea,
An' the pens broke up on the lower deck an' let the creatures free --

From "Mulholland's Contract" by Rudyard Kipling:

He saved me from the cattle an' He saved me from the sea,


For they found me 'tween two drownded ones where the roll had landed me --

From "McAndrew's Hymn" by Rudyard Kipling:

The man that counts, wi' all his runs, one million mile o' sea:
Four time the span from earth to moon. . . . How far, O Lord, from Thee?

From "What Happened" by Rudyard Kipling:

Speak to placid Nubbee Baksh -- question land and sea --


Ask the Indian Congressmen -- only don't ask me!

From "The Last Rhyme Of True Thomas" by Rudyard Kipling:

They come wi' news o' the roarin' sea,


Wi' word of Spirit and Ghost and Flesh,
And man, that's mazed among the three."
The King he bit his nether lip,

From "The Native-Born" by Rudyard Kipling:

To her well-ploughed windy sea,


To the hush of our dread high-altar
Where The Abbey makes us We;
To the grist of the slow-ground ages,

From "The Song Of The Banjo" by Rudyard Kipling:

In desire of many marvels over sea,


Where the new-raised tropic city sweats and roars,
I have sailed with Young Ulysses from the quay
Till the anchor rumbled down on stranger shores.

From "The Song of the Women" by Rudyard Kipling:

Haste, for our hearts are with thee, take no rest!


Loud-voiced ambassador, from sea to sea
Proclaim the blessing, mainfold, confessed.
Of those in darkness by her hand set free.

From "The King" by Rudyard Kipling:

"Farewell, Romance!" the Traders cried;


Our keels ha' lain with every sea;
The dull-returning wind and tide
Heave up the wharf where we would be;

From "The Virginity" by Rudyard Kipling:

Myself, it don't excite me nor amuse


To watch a pack o' shipping on the sea;
But I can understand my neighbour's views
From certain things which have occured to me.

From "The Virginity" by Rudyard Kipling:

He knows he's never going on no cruise --


He knows he's done and finished with the sea;
And yet he likes to feel she's there to use --
If he should ask her -- as she used to be.

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

"~And there was no more sea.~"


Thus said The Lord in the Vault above the Cherubim
Calling to the Angels and the Souls in their degree:
"Lo! Earth has passed away

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

That Our word may be established shall We gather up the sea?"


Loud sang the souls of the jolly, jolly mariners:
"Plague upon the hurricane that made us furl and flee!
But the war is done between us,

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

Our bones we'll leave the barracout', and God may sink the sea!"
Then said the soul of Judas that betray]\ed Him:
"Lord, hast Thou forgotten Thy covenant with me?
How once a year I go

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

And Ye take mine honour from me if Ye take away the sea!"


Loud sang the souls of the jolly, jolly mariners:
"Nay, but we were angry, and a hasty folk are we!
If we worked the ship together

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

Heave or sink it, leave or drink it, we were masters of the sea!"
Up spake the soul of a gray Gothavn 'speckshioner --
(He that led the flinching in the fleets of fair Dundee):
"Oh, the ice-blink white and near,

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

Will Ye whelm them all for wantonness that wallow in the sea?"
Loud sang the souls of the jolly, jolly mariners,
Crying: "Under Heaven, here is neither lead nor lee!
Must we sing for evermore

From "The Last Chantey" by Rudyard Kipling:

They may enter into galleons and serve Him on the sea.
Sun, wind, and cloud shall fail not from the face of it,
Stinging, ringing spindrift, nor the fulmar flying free;
And the ships shall go abroad

From "The Coastwise Lights" by Rudyard Kipling:


To each and all our equal lamp at peril of the sea --
The white wall-sided war-ships or the whalers of Dundee!

From "Mandalay" by Rudyard Kipling:

By the old Moulmein Pagoda, lookin' eastward to the sea,


There's a Burma girl a-settin', and I know she thinks o' me;

From "The Rhyme Of The Three Sealers" by Rudyard Kipling:

They rang and blew the sealers' call -- the poaching cry of the sea --
And they raised the ~Baltic~ out of the mist, and an angry ship was she:

From "The Ballad Of The "Clampherdown"" by Rudyard Kipling:

They dipped their noses deep in the sea,


They racked their stays and stanchions free

From "The Ballad Of The "Clampherdown"" by Rudyard Kipling:

We have emptied the bunkers in open sea,


Their shrapnel bursts where our coal should be."

From "We and They" by Rudyard Kipling:

And every one else is They.


And They live over the sea,
While We live over the way,
But-would you believe it? --They look upon We

From "The "Mary Gloster"" by Rudyard Kipling:

Harrer an' Trinity College! I ought to ha' sent you to sea --


But I stood you an education, an' what have you done for me?

From "The "Mary Gloster"" by Rudyard Kipling:

['Tiny she looked on the grating -- that oily, treacly sea --]
'Hundred and eighteen East, remember, and South just three.

From "The Gift Of The Sea" by Rudyard Kipling:

"I have lost my man in the sea,


And the child is dead. Be still," she said,
"What more can ye do to me?"
The widow watched the dead,

From "Troopin'" by Rudyard Kipling:

Troopin', troopin', troopin' to the sea:


'Ere's September come again -- the six-year men are free.

From "White Fog" by Sara Teasdale:

Here in a world without a sky,


Without the ground, without the sea,
The one unchanging thing is I,
Myself remains to comfort me.

From ""I Am Not Yours"" by Sara Teasdale:

Lost as a snowflake in the sea.


You love me, and I find you still
A spirit beautiful and bright,
Yet I am I, who long to be

From "The River" by Sara Teasdale:

I came from the sunny valleys


And sought for the open sea,
For I thought in its gray expanses
My peace would come to me.

From "The Unchanging" by Sara Teasdale:

Sun-swept beaches with a light wind blowing


From the immense blue circle of the sea,
And the soft thunder where long waves whiten --
These were the same for Sappho as for me.

From "Sleepless" by Sara Teasdale:

But half the world and the broken sea


Lie between you and me.

From ""I Thought of You"" by Sara Teasdale:

Around me were the echoing dunes, beyond me


The cold and sparkling silver of the sea --
We two will pass through death and ages lengthen
Before you hear that sound again with me.
From "On the Dunes" by Sara Teasdale:

As the unchanging, many-colored sea.


If life was small, if it has made me scornful,
Forgive me; I shall straighten like a flame
In the great calm of death, and if you want me

From "Places" by Sara Teasdale:

In the ship's deep churning the eerie phosphorescence


Is like the souls of people who were drowned at sea,
And I can hear a man's voice, speaking, hushed, insistent,
At midnight, in mid-ocean, hour on hour to me.

From "I Would Live in Your Love" by Sara Teasdale:

I would live in your love as the sea-grasses live in the sea,


Borne up by each wave as it passes, drawn down by each wave that recedes;
I would empty my soul of the dreams that have gathered in me,
I would beat with your heart as it beats, I would follow your soul

From "Enough" by Sara Teasdale:

I do not hope to bind the wind


Or set a fetter on the sea --
It is enough to feel his love
Blow by like music over me.

From "If Death Is Kind" by Sara Teasdale:

We will come down at night to these resounding beaches


And the long gentle thunder of the sea,
Here for a single hour in the wide starlight
We shall be happy, for the dead are free.

From "The Bour-Tree Den" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

I gaed my lane beside the sea;


The wind it blew in bush and tree,

From "The Bour-Tree Den" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

In the mirk night, when the boats were at sea,


I passed the burn abune the knee;
From "The Bour-Tree Den" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

And we heard the ae voice of the sea:


Bour-tree blossom is fair to see!

From "I Am Like One That For Long Days Had Sate" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

Then would he watch no more; no more the sea


With myriad vessels, sail by sail, perplex
His eyes and mock his longing. Weary head,
Take now thy rest; eyes, close; for no more me

From "My Love Was Warm" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

MY love was warm; for that I crossed


The mountains and the sea,
Nor counted that endeavour lost
That gave my love to me.

From "Lo! In Thine Honest Eyes I Read" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

And like road sheltered from life's sea


Thine honest heart is unto me.

From "St. Martin's Summer" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

When half-way o'er the sea,


At one word's trumpet summons
They came again to me -
The hopes I had forgotten

From "To Mesdames Zassetsky And Garschine" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

- Sic neuk beside the southern sea


I soucht - sic place o' quiet lee

From "Hope is the thing with feathers" by Emily Dickinson:

I've heard it in the chillest land,


And on the strangest sea;
Yet, never, in extremity,
It asked a crumb of me.

From "Tie the strings to my life, my Lord," by Emily Dickinson:


But never I mind the bridges,
And never I mind the sea;
Held fast in everlasting race
By my own choice and thee.

From "A drop fell on the apple tree" by Emily Dickinson:

That went to help the sea.


Myself conjectured, Were they pearls,
What necklaces could be!
The dust replaced in hoisted roa

From "Two butterflies went out at noon" by Emily Dickinson:

And then together bore away


Upon a shining sea,--
Though never yet, in any port
Their coming mentioned be.

From "Two butterflies went out at noon" by Emily Dickinson:

If spoken by the distant bird,


If met in ether sea
By frigate or by merchantman,
Report was not to me.

From "You left me, sweet, two legacies,--" by Emily Dickinson:

You left me boundaries of pain


Capacious as the sea,
Between eternity and time,
Your consciousness and me.

From "I never saw a moor," by Emily Dickinson:

I never saw a moor,


I never saw the sea;
Yet know I how the heather looks,
And what a wave must be.

From "Wild Nights! Wild Nights!" by Emily Dickinson:

Ah! the sea!


Might I but moor
To-night in Thee!
From "Skeleton in Armor, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

Tales of the stormy sea,


Soft eyes did gaze on me,

From "Bridge, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

But now it has fallen from me,


It is buried in the sea;
And only the sorrow of others
Throws its shadow over me.

From "Changed" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

Bright as ever flows the sea,


Bright as ever shines the sun,
But alas! they seem to me
Not the sun that used to be,

From "My Lost Youth" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

That is seated by the sea;


Often in thought go up and down
The pleasant streets of that dear old town,
And my youth comes back to me.

From "Paul Revere's Ride" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

One if by land, and two if by sea;


And I on the opposite shore will be,

From "Voices Of the Night" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

Nor forests sounding like the sea,


Nor rivers flowing ceaselessly,
Where the woodlands bend to see
The bending heavens below.

From "Republic, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

Sail on, nor fear to breast the sea!


Our hearts, our hopes, are all with thee,

From "Wreck of the Hesperus, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:


And he steered for the open sea.
'O fathert I hear the sound of guns,
Oh say, what may it be?"
"Some ship in distress, that cannot live

From "Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, The" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning:

Amidst the storm they sang,


And the stars heard and the sea;
And the sounding aisles of the dim woods rang
To the anthem of the free.

From "Russian Fugitive, The" by William Wordsworth:

Into a safer sea---


Or gentle Nature close her eyes,
And set her Spirit free
From the altar of this sacrifice,

From "Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point, The" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning:

I look on the sky and the sea--


We were two to love, and two to pray,--
Yes, two, O God, who cried to Thee,
Though nothing didst Thou say.

From "Peter Bell, A Tale" by William Wordsworth:

Rocking and roaring like a sea;


The noise of danger's in your ears,
And ye have all a thousand fears
Both for my little Boat and me!

From "We are Seven" by William Wordsworth:

"You say that two at Conway dwell,


And two are gone to sea,
Yet ye are seven!--I pray you tell,
Sweet Maid, how this may be."

From "Heiress And Architect" by Thomas Hardy:

The note of birds, and singings of the sea,


For these are much to me."

From "The Riddle" by Thomas Hardy:


Over the sea,
Wind foul or fair,
Always stood she
Prospect-impressed;

From "The Impercipient" by Thomas Hardy:

Standing upfingered, with, "Hark! hark!


The glorious distant sea!"
And feel, "Alas, 'tis but yon dark
And wind-swept pine to me!"

From "Guilt and Sorrow" by William Wordsworth:

Torn from our hut, that stood beside the sea


Near Portland lighthouse in a lonesome creek,
My husband served in sad captivity
On shipboard, bound till peace or death should set him free.

From "Anecdote For Fathers" by William Wordsworth:

I said. and took him by the arm,


"On Kilve's smooth shore, by the green sea,
Or here at Liswyn farm?"
In careless mood he looked at me,

From "To The Daisy (fourth poem)" by William Wordsworth:

But He, who was on land, at sea,


My Brother, too, in loving thee,

From "A Curse For A Nation" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning:

To brothers of mine across the sea,


Who stretch out kindly hands to me."

From "Blue" by Paul Laurence Dunbar:

Swimmin' lak a sea;


Lawd 'a' mussy on us
What 's de good o' me?
Cain't go out a-hoein',

From "Ione" by Paul Laurence Dunbar:

Her life was like the stream that floweth,


And mine was like the waiting sea;
Her love was like the flower that bloweth,
And mine was like the searching bee --

From "An Ante-Bellum Sermon" by Paul Laurence Dunbar:

Dey kin fo'ge yo' chains an' shackles


F'om de mountains to de sea;
But de Lawd will sen' some Moses
Fu' to set his chillun free.

From "In The Foam." by Sidney Lanier:

Beat back the backward-thrusting sea.


Thy weak white arm his blows may thwart,
Christ buffet the wild surge for thee
Till thou'rt ashore, Sweetheart.

From "An Evening Song." by Sidney Lanier:

Look off, dear Love, across the sallow sands,


And mark yon meeting of the sun and sea,
How long they kiss in sight of all the lands.
Ah! longer, longer, we.

From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

As a lover in heaven, the marsh my marsh and the sea my sea.


Tell me, sweet burly-bark'd, man-bodied Tree

From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

Is builded, in shape as a bee-hive, from out of the sea:


The hive is of gold undazzling, but oh, the Bee,

From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

Oh loiter hither from the sea.


Still-eyed and shadow-brow'd,
Steal off from yon far-drifting crowd,
And come and brood upon the marsh with me.

From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

Upon the South's o'er-brimming sea


That needs thee not; or crawl
To the dry provinces, and fall
Till every convert clod shall give to thee
From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

Over the Caliban sea,


Bright Ariel-cloud, thou lingerest:
Oh wait, oh wait, in the warm red West, --
Thy Prospero I'll be.

From "Hymns Of The Marshes." by Sidney Lanier:

Oh, what is abroad in the marsh and the terminal sea?


Somehow my soul seems suddenly free

From "A Florida Sunday." by Sidney Lanier:

Oh! as thou liv'st in all this sky and sea


That likewise lovingly do live in thee,

From "To Wilhelmina" by Sidney Lanier:

As when one gazes from the summer sea


On some far gossamer cloud, with straining eye,
Fearing to see it vanish in the sky,
So, floating, wandering Cloud-Soul, I watch thee.

From "The Jacquerie A Fragment" by Sidney Lanier:

Out of the violet sea,


Comes and hovers
Over lovers,
Over thee, Marie, and me,

From "The Jacquerie A Fragment" by Sidney Lanier:

The sun has kissed the violet sea,


And burned the violet to a rose.
O Sea! wouldst thou not better be
Mere violet still? Who knows? who knows?

From "Ireland." by Sidney Lanier:

Charmer of the sun and sea,


Bright beguiler of old anguish,
How could Famine frown on thee?
As our Gulf-Stream, drawn to thee-ward,
From "Psalm Of The West" by Sidney Lanier:

Oh, is it not to widen man


Stretches the sea?
Oh, must the sea-bird's idle van
Alone be free?

From "Psalm Of The West" by Sidney Lanier:

Heartsease, on the heartache sea


God, thy God, will pilot thee.

From "The Revenge Of Hamish" by Sidney Lanier:

They follow mad Hamish afar up the crag toward the sea,
And the lady cries: "Clansmen, run for a fee! --

From "Barnacles" by Sidney Lanier:

My soul is sailing through the sea,


But the Past is heavy and hindereth me.

From "Barnacles" by Sidney Lanier:

Old Past let go, and drop i' the sea


Till fathomless waters cover thee!

From "A Birthday Song. To S. G." by Sidney Lanier:

Be sweetly wafted over sky and sea


By rose-breaths shrining maidens like to thee!"

From "Parting At Morning" by Robert Browning:

Round the cape of a sudden came the sea,


And the sun looked over the mountain's rim:
And straight was a path of gold for him,
And the need of a world of men for me.

From "Waring" by Robert Browning:

``Laying her whole side on the sea


``As a leaping fish does; from the lee
From "Human Abstract" by William Blake:

The Gods of the earth and sea,


Sought through Nature to find this Tree,

From "The Progress of Spring" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

THE groundflame of the crocus breaks the mould,


Fair Spring slides hither o'er the Southern sea,
Wavers on her thin stem the snowdrop cold
That trembles not to kisses of the bee:

From "Mariana In The South" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Till all the crimson changed, and past


Into deep orange o'er the sea,
Low on her knees herself she cast,
Before Our Lady murmur'd she:

From "Break, break, break" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Break, break, break,


On thy cold gray stones, O Sea!
And I would that my tongue could utter
The thoughts that arise in me.

From "A Farewell" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Flow down, cold rivulet, to the sea,


Thy tribute wave deliver:
No more by thee my steps shall be,
For ever and for ever.

From "The Kraken" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Below the thunders of the upper deep,


Far far beneath in the abysmal sea,
His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleep
The Kraken sleepeth: faintest sunlights flee

From "The Charge Of The Heavy Brigade At Balaclava" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Like drops of blood in a dark-gray sea,


And we turn’d to each other, whispering, all dismay’d,
From "Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Then haste thee to thy sullen Isle,


And gaze upon the sea;
That element may meet thy smile---
It ne'er was ruled by thee!

From "Bride of Abydos, The" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

My tent on shore, my galley on the sea,


Are more than cities and Serais to me:

From "To Thomas Moore" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

My boat is on the shore,


And my bark is on the sea;
But, before I go, Tom Moore,
Here's a double health to thee!

From "Destruction of Sennacherib, The" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea,
When the blue wave rolls nightly on deep Galilee.

From "Stanzas Composed During A Thunderstorm" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Not on the sea, not on the sea---


Thy bark hath long been gone:
Oh, may the storm that pours on me,
Bow down my head alone!

From "Mazeppa" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

I felt as on a plank at sea,


When all the waves that dash o'er thee,

From "Adieu, Adieu! My Native Land" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Yon sun that sets upon the sea


We follow in his flight;
Farewell awhile to him and thee,
My native Land-Good Night!

From "Siege of Corinth, The" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:


He lifted his head, and he look'd on the sea,
But it was unrippled as glass may be;

From "Isles of Greece, The" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

And Marathon looks on the sea;


And musing there an hour alone,
I dreamed that Greece might still be free;
For standing on the Persians' grave,

From "Self Communion" by Anne Brontë:

However wide this rolling sea,


However wild my passage be,

From "Portrait D'une Femme" by Ezra Pound:

Your mind and you are our Sargasso Sea,


London has swept about you this score years
And bright ships left you this or that in fee:
Ideas, old gossip, oddments of all things,

From "Bluebell, The" by Anne Brontë:

Before me rose a lofty hill,


Behind me lay the sea,
My heart was not so heavy then
As it was wont to be.

From "Grace Before Song" by Ezra Pound:

As bright white drops upon a leaden sea


Grant so my songs to this grey folk may be:

From "Alexander And Zenobia" by Anne Brontë:

On the wide weltering sea,


And you will perhaps have wandered here
To sit and think of me.'
'And shall we part so soon?' he cried,

From "Ballad of the Goodly Fere" by Ezra Pound:

O' ships and the open sea.


When they came wi' a host to take Our Man
His smile was good to see,
"First let these go!" quo' our Goodly Fere,

From "Ballad of the Goodly Fere" by Ezra Pound:

No mouse of the scrolls was the Goodly Fere


But aye loved the open sea.
If they think they ha' snared our Goodly Fere
They are fools to the last degree.

From "Ballad of the Goodly Fere" by Ezra Pound:

Wi' his eyes like the grey o' the sea,


Like the sea that brooks no voyaging
With the winds unleashed and free,
Like the sea he cowed at Genseret

From "Waves" by Katherine Mansfield:

But Thy kingdom is small,


Said the God of the Sea.
Thy kingdom shall fall;
I shall not let thee be.

From "Spring Wind in London" by Katherine Mansfield:

I Blow across the stagnant world,


I blow across the sea,
For me, the sailor's flag unfurled,
For me, the uprooted tree.

From "Night- Scented Stock" by Katherine Mansfield:

In a dancing, mysterious, moon-bright pattern


Like flowers nodding under the sea...
The music stopped and there was nothing left of them
But the moon dancing over the tree.

From "Camomile Tea" by Katherine Mansfield:

Outside the sky is light with stars;


There's a hollow roaring from the sea.
And, alas! for the little almond flowers,
The wind is shaking the almond tree.

From "A Little Boy's Dream" by Katherine Mansfield:

Sailing far across the sea


All alone, just little me.

From "Charmides" by Oscar Wilde:

Now where Colonos leans unto the sea


There lies a long and level stretch of lawn,
The rabbit knows it, and the mountain bee
For it deserts Hymettus, and the Faun

From "Her Voice" by Oscar Wilde:

As long as the sea-gull loved the sea,


As long as the sunflower sought the sun,--
It shall be, I said, for eternity
'Twixt you and me!

From "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

Into that silent sea.


The ship hath been suddenly becalmed.
Down dropt the breeze, the sails dropt down,
'Twas sad as sad could be ;

From "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

Like lead into the sea.


PART V

From "Humanitad" by Oscar Wilde:

Wisdom is somewhere, though the stormy sea


Contain it not, and the huge deep answer "'Tis not in me."

From "Panthea" by Oscar Wilde:

And we two lovers shall not sit afar,


Critics of nature, but the joyous sea
Shall be our raiment, and the bearded star
Shoot arrows at our pleasure! We shall be

From "To Milton" by Oscar Wilde:

This England, this sea-lion of the sea,


By ignorant demagogues is held in fee,
From "Ave Imperatrix" by Oscar Wilde:

Set in this stormy Northern sea,


Queen of these restless fields of tide,
England! what shall men say of thee,
Before whose feet the worlds divide?

From "E Tenebris" by Oscar Wilde:

For I am drowning in a stormier sea


Than Simon on thy lake of Galilee:

From "Serenade" by Oscar Wilde:

THE western wind is blowing fair


Across the dark Ægean sea,
And at the secret marble stair
My Tyrian galley waits for thee.

From "Martin" by Joyce Kilmer:

Then from the halls of Shadowland


Beyond the trackless purple sea
Old Martin's ghost comes back to stand
Beside my desk and talk to me.

From "The White Ships and the Red" by Joyce Kilmer:

"Nay," said the scarlet visitor,


"Though I sink through the sea,
A ruined thing that was a ship,
I sink not as did ye.

From "In Memory of Rupert Brooke" by Joyce Kilmer:

In alien earth, across a troubled sea,


His body lies that was so fair and young.
His mouth is stopped, with half his songs unsung;
His arm is still, that struck to make men free.

From "Main Street" by Joyce Kilmer:

I like to look at the blossomy track of the moon upon the sea,
But it isn't half so fine a sight as Main Street used to be
From "Madness" by Joyce Kilmer:

Not iron bars, nor flashing spears,


Not land, nor sky, nor sea,
Nor love's artillery of tears
Can keep mine own from me.

From "To One In Paradise" by Edgar Allan Poe:

"No more- no more- no more-"


(Such language holds the solemn sea
To the sands upon the shore)
Shall bloom the thunder-blasted tree

From "The City In The Sea" by Edgar Allan Poe:

But light from out the lurid sea


Streams up the turrets silently-
Gleams up the pinnacles far and free-
Up domes- up spires- up kingly halls-

From "To F--" by Edgar Allan Poe:

In some tumultuous sea-


Some ocean throbbing far and free

From "Annabel Lee" by Edgar Allan Poe:

It was many and many a year ago,


In a kingdom by the sea,
That a maiden there lived whom you may know
By the name of ANNABEL LEE;

From "Annabel Lee" by Edgar Allan Poe:

In this kingdom by the sea.


The angels, not half so happy in heaven,
Went envying her and me-
Yes!- that was the reason (as all men know,

From "Faith and Despondency" by Emily Jane Brontë:

When you were far beyond the sea,


Such thoughts were tyrants over me!
From "How Clear She Shines" by Emily Jane Brontë:

While gazing on the stars that glow


Above me, in that stormless sea,
I long to hope that all the woe
Creation knows, is held in thee!

From "My Comforter" by Emily Jane Brontë:

Like a soft air, above a sea,


Tossed by the tempest's stir;
A thaw-wind, melting quietly
The snow-drift, on some wintry lea;

From "South Country, The" by Hilaire Belloc:

They stand along the sea;


And it's there walking in the high woods
That I could wish to be,
And the men that were boys when I was a boy

From "South Country, The" by Hilaire Belloc:

I will hold my house in the high wood


Within a walk of the sea,
And the men that were boys when I was a boy
Shall sit and drink with me.

From "Heretics All" by Hilaire Belloc:

In Tarbes or Nimes, or over the sea,


You never shall have good words from me.

From "Forsaken Merman, The" by Matthew Arnold:

On a red gold throne in the heart of the sea,


And the youngest sate on her knee.

From "Forsaken Merman, The" by Matthew Arnold:

She sigh'd, she look'd up through the clear green sea;


She said: "I must go, to} my kinsfolk pray
In the little grey church on the shore to-day.
'T#will be Easter-time in the world--ah me!
From "Self-Dependence" by Matthew Arnold:

Forwards, forwards, o'er the starlit sea.


And a look of passionate desire
O'er the sea and to the stars I send:
"Ye who from my childhood up have calm'd me,

From "On The Death Of A Young Lady Of Five Years Of Age" by Phillis Wheatly:

Till having sail'd through life's tempestuous sea,


And from its rocks, and boist'rous billows free,

From "Down on the Shore" by William Allingham:

Beset by a growling sea,


Whose mad waves leap on the rocky steep
Like wolves up a traveller's tree;
Where the foam flies wide, and an angry blast

From "Aeolian Harp" by William Allingham:

O pale green sea,


With long, pale, purple clouds above -
What lies in me like weight of love ?
What dies in me

From "The Song Of The Derelict" by John McCrae:

Some night to the lee of the land I shall steal,


(Heigh-ho to be home from the sea!)
No pilot but Death at the rudderless wheel,
(None knoweth the harbor as he!)

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

Is a thing they call the SEA.


Pour some salt water over the floor -
Ugly I'm sure you'll allow it to be:
Suppose it extended a mile or more,

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

That's very like the SEA.


Beat a dog till it howls outright -
Cruel, but all very well for a spree;
Suppose that one did so day and night,
From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

That would be like the SEA.


I had a vision of nursery-maids;
Tens of thousands passed by me -
All leading children with wooden spades,

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

And this was by the SEA.


Who invented those spades of wood?
Who was it cut them out of the tree?
None, I think, but an idiot could -

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

Or one that loved the SEA.


It is pleasant and dreamy, no doubt, to float
With `thoughts as boundless, and souls as free';
But suppose you are very unwell in a boat,

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

How do you like the SEA.


There is an insect that people avoid
(Whence is derived the verb `to flee')
Where have you been by it most annoyed?

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

In lodgings by the SEA.


If you like coffee with sand for dregs,
A decided hint of salt in your tea,
And a fishy taste in the very eggs -

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

That anyone likes the SEA.


They take me a walk: though tired and stiff,
To climb the heights I madly agree:
And, after a tumble or so from the cliff,

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

They kindly suggest the SEA.


I try the rocks, and I think it cool
That they laugh with such an excess of glee,
As I heavily slip into every pool,

From "Three Voices, The" by Lewis Carroll:

"The vast unfathomable sea


Is but a Notion - unto me."

From "Three Voices, The" by Lewis Carroll:

He gazed upon the sleeping sea,


And joyed in its tranquillity,
And in that silence dead, but she
To muse a little space did seem,

From "A Sea Dirge" by Lewis Carroll:

But, suppose you are very unwell in the boat,


How do you like the Sea?
There is an insect that people avoid
(Whence is derived the verb 'to flee').

From "A Sea Dirge" by Lewis Carroll:

In lodgings by the Sea.


If you like your coffee with sand for dregs,
A decided hint of salt in your tea,
And a fishy taste in the very eggs -

From "The Flower of Liberty" by Oliver Wendell Holmes:

And plants an empire on the sea!


Then hail the banner of the free,

From "Hunting of the Snark, The" by Lewis Carroll:

He had bought a large map representing the sea,


Without the least vestige of land:
And the crew were much pleased when they found it to be
A map they could all understand.

From "La Priere de Nostre Dame" by Geoffrey Chaucer:

Gracious Maid and Mother! which that never


Wert bitter nor in earthe nor in sea,
But full of sweetness and of mercy ever,
Help, that my Father be not wroth with me!
From "Frances" by Charlotte Brontë:

He, when he left me, went a roving


To sunny climes, beyond the sea;
And I, the weight of woe removing,
Am free and fetterless as he.

From "Gilbert" by Charlotte Brontë:

" Conceal her, then, deep, silent Sea,


Give her a secret grave !
She sleeps in peace, and I am free,
No longer Terror's slave:

From "Missionary, The" by Charlotte Brontë:

Are arched above her guardian sea.


I cannot yet Remembrance flee;

From "Love's Philosophy" by Percy Bysshe Shelley:

And the sunlight clasps the earth,


And the moonbeams kiss the sea;--
What are all these kissings worth,
If thou kiss not me?

From "A Birthday" by Christina Georgina Rossetti:

My heart is like a rainbow shell


That paddles in a halcyon sea;
My heart is gladder than all these
Because my love is come to me.

From "The Cloud" by Percy Bysshe Shelley:

From cape to cape, with a bridge-like shape,


Over a torrent sea,
Sunbeam-proof, I hang like a roof,--
The mountains its columns be.

From "American Flag, The" by Joseph Rodman Drake:

Each dying wanderer of the sea


Shall look at once to heaven and thee,
From "The Thread Of Life" by Christina Georgina Rossetti:

The irresponsive sounding of the sea,


Speak both one message of one sense to me:--

From "Roadways" by John Masefield:

Leads me, lures me, calls me


To salt green tossing sea;
A road without earth's road-dust
Is the right road for me.

From "The Wanderer" by John Masefield:

So that at midnight I was called on deck


To keep an anchor-watch: I heard the sea
Roar past in white procession filled with wreck;
Intense bright stars burned frosty over me,

From "Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story" by Richard Harris Barham:

'The Sea! the Sea! the open Sea!--


That is the place where we all wish to be,

From "Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story" by Richard Harris Barham:

By the time the Dutch packet is fairly at sea,


With the sands called the Goodwin's a league on her lee.

From "Beauty" by John Masefield:

I have heard the song of the blossoms and the old chant of the sea,
And seen strange lands from under the arched white sails of ships;
But the loveliest thing of beauty God ever has shown to me,
Are her voice, and her hair, and eyes, and the dear red curve of her lips.

From "The Yarn of the Loch Achray" by John Masefield:

An old yarn learned at sea.


The dockside loafers talked on the quay

From "The Yarn of the Loch Achray" by John Masefield:

The day that she towed down to sea:


'Lord, what a handsome ship she be!
From "Hand of Glory, The : The Nurse's Story" by Richard Harris Barham:

And the broad Double-Joe from beyond the sea,--


But there's one that watches as well as he;

From "A Lay of St. Gengulphus" by Richard Harris Barham:

Full many a day has he been away,


Yet scarce had he crossed ayont the sea,
Ere a spruce young spark of a Learned Clerk
Had called on his Lady and stopp'd to tea.

From "Yellow Warblers" by Katharine Lee Bates:

Innumerable over land and sea


With wings of shining inches. Flakes of glee,

From "England to America" by Katharine Lee Bates:

And what of thee, O Lincoln's Land? What gloom


Is darkening above the Sunset Sea?
Vowed Champion of Liberty, deplume
Thy war-crest, bow thy knee,

From "A Dialogue" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Thy fruits of life, and blossoms of thy bough,


What are they but my seedlings? Earth and sea
Bear nought but when I breathe on it must bow.
Bow thou too down before me: though thou be

From "A Dialogue" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Who fears thee not, hath plucked from off thine head
The crown of cloud that darkens earth and sea.
Earth, sea, and sky, as rain or vapour shed,
Shall vanish; all the shows of them shall flee:

From "A Forsaken Garden" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Heart handfast in heart as they stood, "Look thither,"


Did he whisper? "look forth from the flowers to the sea;
For the foam-flowers endure when the rose-blossoms wither,
And men that love lightly may die---but we?"
From "A Forsaken Garden" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

All are at one now, roses and lovers,


Not known of the cliffs and the fields and the sea.
Not a breath of the time that has been hovers
In the air now soft with a summer to be.

From "A Year's Carols" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Whence all the splendour of the sea


Lies breathless with delight in thee

From "Hymn to Science" by Mark Akenside:

On Fortune's faithless sea;


While undeluded, happier I
From the vain tumult timely fly,
And sit in peace with thee.

From "Beautiful Dreamer Serenade" by Stephen C. Foster:

Beautiful dreamer, beam on my heart,


E'en as the morn on the streamlet and sea;
Then will all clouds of sorrow depart, --
Beautiful dreamer, awake unto me!

From "St. Valentine's Day" by Edith Nesbit:

The South is a dream of flowers


With a jewel for sky and sea,
Rose-crowns for the dancing hours,
Gold fruits upon every tree;

From "Ibant Obscuræ" by Thomas Edward Brown:

To-night I saw three maidens on the beach,


Dark-robed descending to the sea,
So slow, so silent of all speech,
And visible to me

From "Lycidas" by John Milton:

And listens to the Herald of the Sea,


That came in Neptune's plea.
From "The Sands of Dee" by Charles Kingsley:

A drownèd maiden's hair


Above the nets at sea?
Was never salmon yet that shone so fair
Among the stakes on Dee."

From "The Pilot of the Plains" by E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake):

Likely some white maid he wooeth, far beyond the inland sea."
But she answered ever kindly,
``He will come again to me,"
Till the dusk of Indian summer crept athwart the western skies ;

From "Little Billee" by William Makepeace Thackeray:

There were three sailors of Bristol city


Who took a boat and went to sea.
But first with beef and captain's biscuits
And pickled pork they loaded she.

From "Robinson Crusoe's Story" by Charles E. Carryl:

Carried down the crew and captain in the sea;


And I think the water drowned 'em;
For they never, never found 'em,
And I know they didn't come ashore with me.

From If All The Seas Were One Sea (Mother Goose rhyme):

And cut down the great tree,


And let it fall into the great sea,

From The Man In The Wilderness (Mother Goose rhyme):

The man in the wilderness


Asked me
How many strawberries
Grew in the sea.

From "Think of Me" from "Think of Me Lyrics - Phantom of the Opera, The musical":

We never said our love was evergreen,


or as unchanging as the sea -
but if you can still remember
stop and think of me . . .
From "Act II Finale: Good To Be Alive" from "Act II Finale":

Harry: You can see the sun, shining on the sea


A: I'm not what you'd call a
spontaneous person or anything, though Harry
H: What a lovely sea, wouldn't you agree

From "Act II Finale: Good To Be Alive" from "Act II Finale":

We'll sail out to see (we'll sail away out to sea)


Who knows what we'll learn, or when we'll return
Both: Lucky, aren't we?
H: It's all so strange

From "Dimple on My Knee" from "Dimple on My Knee Lyrics - Of Thee I Sing musical":

Or a shipwreck on the sea -


What'll raise the circulation
Of our paper through the nation
Is the dimple on your knee.

From "Under the Sea (The Little Mermaid)" from "Under the Sea (The Little Mermaid)
Lyrics - Disney":

Under the sea


Darling it's better
Down where it's wetter
Take it from me

From "Blow High, Blow Low" from "Blow High, Blow Low Lyrics - Carousel musical":

So I'm shipping off to sea


Where life is gay an' free.

From "King Of The World" from "King Of The World Lyrics - Songs For A New World
musical":

Chief of the sea


High in the wind
At least I used to be
And I'm king of the world

From "Goodbye, My Love" from "Goodbye, My Love Lyrics - Ragtime musical":

On the sea.
Tell me,
From "Secret Soul" from "Secret Soul Lyrics - Jane Eyre musical":

My heart moves through his unquiet sea


I pray a wave will come and carry me

From "You Can't Stop The Beat" from "You Can't Stop The Beat Lyrics - Hairspray
musical":

As it rushes to the sea


You can try and stop the hands of time
But ya know it just can't be
And if they try to stop us, seaweed,

From "Addison's City" from "Addison's City Lyrics - Bounce musical":

Versailles by the Florida sea.


A kind of haven for hundreds of artists,
And their great patron saint would be me!
And then I meet Willie--

From "Saturday Night Fish Fry" from "Saturday Night Fish Fry Lyrics - Five Guys Named
Moe musical":

I don't care how many fish in the sea


but don't ever mention fish to me!

From "Follow Me" from "Follow Me Lyrics - Camelot musical":

In between earth and sea,


We shall fly; follow me.

From "Finale Act 1 (Quartet)" from "Finale Act 1 (Quartet) Lyrics - Candide musical":

In that land across the sea,


When our quest at last is ended,
Then all our fortunes shall be mended:
We shall dwell there, free of every care, happy we!

From "Madeleine" from "Madeleine Lyrics - Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in
Paris musical":

Madeleine's my shining sea


She's America to me

From "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" from "Tomorrow Belongs to Me Lyrics - Cabaret


musical":

The branch of the linden is leafy and green,


The Rhine gives its gold to the sea.
But somewhere a glory awaits unseen.
Tomorrow belongs to me.

From "Sirens (Reprise)" from "Sirens (Reprise) Lyrics - Jane Eyre musical":

Get lost at sea


Where we could lose ourselves
Where we are blind and free
For as sirens call the sailors

From "What Is A Man?" from "What Is A Man? Lyrics - Pal Joey musical":

There are so many, so many fish in the sea,


must I want the one who?s not for me?

From "Bali Ha'i" from "Bali Ha'i Lyrics - South Pacific musical":

Most people live on a lonely island,


Lost in the middle of a foggy sea.
Most people long for another island,
One where they know they will like to be.

From "Bali Ha'i" from "Bali Ha'i Lyrics - South Pacific musical":

In the wind of the sea:


"Here am I, your special island!
Come to me, come to me!"

From "Good Night Boat" from "Good Night Boat Lyrics - Very Good Eddie musical":

When the gentle breeze is blowing across the summer sea


Take a little trip on my little ship.
Is she safe and easy going?
We want a guarantee

From "The Ballad of Eldorado" from "The Ballad of Eldorado Lyrics - Candide musical":

Up a seashell mountain,
Across a primrose sea,
To a jungle fountain
High up in a tree;
From "The Ballad of Eldorado" from "The Ballad of Eldorado Lyrics - Candide musical":

Then down a primrose mountain


Across a seashell sea
To a land of happy people
Just and kind and bold and free.

From "The Ballad of Eldorado" from "The Ballad of Eldorado Lyrics - Candide musical":

May safely cross the sea "


"Go," they said, "And may you
Find your bride to be:

From "Cant Help Falling in Love" from "Cant Help Falling in Love Lyrics - All Shook Up
musical":

Like a river flows surely to the sea


Darling so it goes
some things are meant to be
take my hand, take my whole life too

From "Fanette" from "Fanette Lyrics - Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
musical":

I saw, I saw them arm-in-arm enfolded by the sea


They looked so much in love they never looked at me

From "Under the Sea" from "Under the Sea Lyrics - On the Record musical":

Under the sea, under the sea


Darlin' it's better
Down where it's wetter,
Take it from me

From "I'm Not Afraid Of Anything" from "I'm Not Afraid Of Anything Lyrics - Songs For A
New World musical":

And so she won't go near the sea


Not me

From "Finale" from "Finale Lyrics - Pirate Queen, The musical":

I fought my wars on land and sea


To be a woman strong and free
From "I Got Four Kids" from "I Got Four Kids Lyrics - Caroline, or Change musical":

sixteen feet below the sea.


Thought for sure by now I be?

From "Ya Got Me" from "Ya Got Me Lyrics - On The Town musical":

Ya got my enthusiasm on the land and sea.


Ya got my whole knack of gettin' ladies,
It can't be beat.
And it's free, Gabey, it's all free.

From "Live Before We Die" from "Live Before We Die Lyrics - Addams Family, The
musical":

Although we're lost! Where drifting out to sea


But side by side, where gloomy as can be..

From "One Brick At A Time" from "One Brick At A Time Lyrics - Barnum musical":

Chairy & chorus:


One stalwart chap with a cup and bunch of hours he can scoop all the salt from the sea
Buds open up turning boughs to bowers
all begun by just one bumble bee.

From "Finale" from "Finale Lyrics - Pippin musical":

That soars to the sea


And if I'm never tied to anything
I'll never be free

From "A Lotta Locomotion" from "A Lotta Locomotion Lyrics - Starlight Express musical":

From the eastern ocean to the western sea


Locomotion's gonna carry me

From "Part of Your World (The Little Mermaid)" from "Part of Your World (The Little
Mermaid) Lyrics - Disney":

Out of the sea


Wish I could be

From "You Say You Care" from "You Say You Care Lyrics - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
musical":
And darling, I would even swim the sea
Just to hear you say you care for me.

From "Living On This Island" from "Living On This Island Lyrics - Just So musical":

Standing in the Red Red Sea


Nobody disputes me

From "The Voice in the Ocean" from "The Voice in the Ocean Lyrics - Zombie Prom
musical":

That called through the sea,


Oh, you knew that the voice,
Yes, it's true that the voice
Was me.

From "Boys'll Be Boys" from "Boys'll Be Boys Lyrics - Pirate Queen, The musical":

She been too long "at sea"


I may well have to beach her
Take her inland and teach her
What a woman should be

From "Moon Is on the Sea" from "Moon Is on the Sea Lyrics - Oh, Kay! musical":

The moon is on che sea.


The sea is where we'd be.

From "Ceylon" from "Ceylon Lyrics - Mystery Of Edwin Drood, The musical":

Is grander than sand and sea!


This vista that's in my sight
Where I'll set the world alright
Awaits me...

From "Some Other Me" from "Some Other Me Lyrics - If/Then musical":

To practice law or neuter cats or fish the Bering Sea


Those lives are lived somewhere
By some other me

From "Hello, Young Lovers" from "Hello, Young Lovers Lyrics - King and I, The musical":

On the same silent hill,


Looking on the same blue sea,
And I know Tom and I are a part of them all,
And they're all a part of Tom an me.

From "There'll Be Some Changes Made" from "There'll Be Some Changes Made Lyrics -
Bullets Over Broadway musical":

There's a change in the sea


So from now on there'll be a change in me

From "There Once Was a Pirate" from "There Once Was a Pirate Lyrics - Spring
Awakening musical":

Who put out to sea


His mates all around him
No maiden on his knee
Oh sail for a little

From "So What" from "So What Lyrics - Cabaret musical":

My summers were spent by the sea.


So what?
And I had a maid
Doing all of the house-work, not me.

From "Under the Sea (Reprise)" from "Under the Sea (Reprise) Lyrics - Little Mermaid
musical":

Under the sea


When the sardine begin the beguine
It?s music to me
What do they got, a lot of sand?

From "You Won't Be an Orphan for Long" from "You Won't Be an Orphan for Long Lyrics -
Annie musical":

Cross the street


Or cross the sea
Annie, sweet
We guarantee

From "Simple Joys" from "Simple Joys Lyrics - Pippin musical":

A crab on a slab at the bottom of the sea


Than a man who never learns how to be free

From "Simple Joys" from "Simple Joys Lyrics - Pippin musical":


A crab on a slab at the bottom of the sea
A newt on the root of a banyan tree

From "The Heat Is On In Saigon" from "The Heat Is On In Saigon Lyrics - Miss Saigon
musical":

I have a heart like the sea


A million dreams are in me

From "There's A Land" from "There's A Land Lyrics - Myths And Hymns musical":

But a narrow sea.


There is a land
Awaiting me
But a blink beyond our worldly care

From "Come With Me" from "Come With Me Lyrics - Wild Party musical":

And rhumba to the sea


Set me free

From "Fare-thee-well" from "Fare-thee-well Lyrics - Titanic musical":

It was midnight on the sea,


Band playin' "Nearer My God to Thee"

From "There But for You Go I" from "There But for You Go I Lyrics - Brigadoon musical":

I saw a man walking by the sea,


Alone with the tide was he.

From "Talent" from "Talent Lyrics - Bounce musical":

I had this dream of a city of artists,


Versailles by the Florida sea.
A sort of world congregation of artists,
All encouraged to set themselves free.

From "Man I Used to Be" from "Man I Used to Be Lyrics - State Fair musical":

Has vanished like a sail on the sea.


And i'll never find that easy living easy taking easy giving fellow that i used to call me.

From "The Mist" from "The Mist Lyrics - Dracula musical":


My soul was floating above a moonlit sea
At the same time I was drowning, yet felt somehow free

From "When You're Home" from "When You're Home Lyrics - In the Heights musical":

But I'd stare out at the sea


Thinking, Where am I supposed to be?

From "Fathoms Below" from "Fathoms Below Lyrics - Little Mermaid musical":

I’ll sing you a song of the king of the sea


An’ it’s hey to the starboard, heave ho!
The ruler of all of the oceans is he
In mysterious fathoms below!

From "I'd Rather Be Sailing" from "I'd Rather Be Sailing Lyrics - New Brain, A musical":

I'd rather be sailing, yes, I would


On an open sea
I'd stand at the railing if I could
Feeling wild and free

From "There Is Nothin' Like a Dame" from "There Is Nothin' Like a Dame Lyrics - Rodgers
and Hammerstein's South Pacific musical":

We got moonlight on the sea,


We got mangoes and bananas
You can pick right off the tree,
We got volleyball and ping-pong

From "Cinderella" from "Cinderella Lyrics - 110 in the Shade musical":

Fire on the sea,


Run like a devil,
But you can’t catch me
Can’t catch me’

From "What Causes That?" from "What Causes That? Lyrics - Crazy For You musical":

When she keeps on brushing you aside


Oh gosh, you're all at sea!
You go contemplating suicide --
It's much too much for me!

From "Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Reprise)" from "Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Reprise)


Lyrics - Cabaret musical":
The Rhine gives its gold to the sea.
But somewhere a glory awaits unseen.
Tomorrow belongs to me.

From "Don't Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be" from "Don't Be Anything
Less Than Everything You Can Be Lyrics - Snoopy musical":

And the tree and the deep blue sea,


Don`t be anything less
Than ev`rything you can be!

From "Who I'd Be" from "Who I'd Be Lyrics - Shrek musical":

I’d sail away, I’d see the world, I’d reach the farthest reaches
I’d feel the wind, I’d taste the salt and sea.
And maybe storm some beaches.
That’s who I’d be. That’s who I’d be.

From "Look at That Face" from "Look at That Face Lyrics - Roar Of The Greasepaint, The
- The Smell Of The Crowd musical":

Look at those eyes -


As wise and as deep as the sea.
Look at that nose -
It shows what a nose should be.

From "At The Sounding" from "At The Sounding Lyrics - Myths And Hymns musical":

We will greet each other by the crystal sea.


With the friends and all the loved ones
There awaiting us to come,
What a gathering of the faithful that will be!

From "Hero And Leander" from "Hero And Leander Lyrics - Myths And Hymns musical":

My passion on this lonely sea,


My loving you was meant to be.

From "Poor Unfortunate Souls" from "Poor Unfortunate Souls Lyrics - Little Mermaid
musical":

Beluga, sevruga, come winds of the Caspian Sea. . .


Larynxes, glaucitis, ad max laryngitis, la voce to me!

From "The Age of Not Believing (Bedknobs and Broomsticks)" from "The Age of Not
Believing (Bedknobs and Broomsticks) Lyrics - Disney":
on a barren isle in a lonely sea.
Where did all the happy endings go?
Where can all the good times be?

From "Oh, Diogenes!" from "Oh, Diogenes! Lyrics - Boys From Syracuse, The musical":

Hook that fish if he's in the sea


Hunt him! Trail him!
Catch him! Nail him!
If he is free

From "Gliding Through My Memory" from "Gliding Through My Memory Lyrics - Flower
Drum Song musical":

Home from over the sea,


All of the girls who adored me

From "If I Had A Fine White Horse" from "If I Had A Fine White Horse Lyrics - Secret
Garden, The musical":

And float us out to sea,


And land us in an isle of gold!
Oh dear, oh dearie me!

From "Take Me Back To Manhattan" from "Take Me Back To Manhattan Lyrics - Anything
Goes musical":

The more I travel, Across the gravel,


The more I sail the sea.
The more I feel convinced to the fact,
New York's the town for me.

From "Salt Air" from "Salt Air Lyrics - Gay Divorce, The musical":

Then explain, my dear, why is it,


When I even smell the sea,
I become so damned erotic,
If you knew me you'd agree.

From " Talk To Me Of Florence" from " Talk To Me Of Florence Lyrics - Notre Dame de
Paris musical":

They tell me ships have sailed, upon the open sea.


For new ways to the East, where ever they may be.

From "Goodbye" from "Goodbye Lyrics - Catch Me If You Can musical":


Ill walk into the sunset, Ill sail across the sea,
the final word the last youll hear of me, Of me...

From "The Tree" from "The Tree Lyrics - Me Nobody Knows, The musical":

Like a miracle swept in from the sea


Lo and behold
There's a fog
So thick the man can't see

From "Barrett's Song" from "Barrett's Song Lyrics - Titanic musical":

It became my dream to go out to sea...


Further out from the mine you couldn't be...

From "All Over The World" from "All Over The World Lyrics - Xanadu musical":

We're gonna take a trip across the sea


Everybody come along with me

From "I Want the Good Times Back" from "I Want the Good Times Back Lyrics - Little
Mermaid musical":

Want the entire sea


To worship me

From "What Comes Next?" from "What Comes Next? Lyrics - Hamilton musical":

All alone, across the sea


When your people say they hate you, don’t

From "Sur La Plage" from "Sur La Plage Lyrics - Boy Friend, The musical":

For a dip in the sea


Oh, what fun it will be

From "Drowned" from "Drowned Lyrics - Quadrophenia musical":

Let me flow into the ocean,


Let me get back to the sea.
Let me be stormy and let me be calm,
Let the tide in, and set me free.

From "Drowned" from "Drowned Lyrics - Quadrophenia musical":


Let me flow into the ocean
Let me get back to the sea
Let me be stormy and let me be calm
Let the tide in, rush over me.

From "Under the Sea" from "Under the Sea Lyrics - Little Mermaid musical":

Under the sea, under the sea


Darling its better down where its wetter
Take it from me
Up on the shore they work all day

From "Love You Madly" from "Love You Madly Lyrics - Play On! musical":

Better fish are in the sea


Is not the theory for me

From "Follow The Rainbow" from "Follow The Rainbow Lyrics - Two Gentlemen of Verona
musical":

No, it’s sea!


No, it’s you!
No, it’s me!
No, it’s mirage.

From "Surabaya Johnny" from "Surabaya Johnny Lyrics - Happy End musical":

or do you go sailing and roving out to sea?"


And you said, "I have a job on the railroad,
and baby, how swell it's all gonna be."
You said a lot, Johnny. It was all lies.

From "Surabaya Johnny" from "Surabaya Johnny Lyrics - Happy End musical":

You dragged me all over the city,


up the river and down to the sea.
Now I look at myself in the mirror
and some old woman looks back at me.

From "You Have Cast Your Shadow on the Sea" from "You Have Cast Your Shadow on
the Sea Lyrics - Boys From Syracuse, The musical":

You have cast your shadow on the sea


On both the sea and me

From "You Have Cast Your Shadow on the Sea" from "You Have Cast Your Shadow on
the Sea Lyrics - Boys From Syracuse, The musical":

When you cast your shadow on the sea


You'll be

From "This Side Of Me" from "This Side Of Me Lyrics - Cannibal musical":

Safe as an island,
Far off to sea.
I'd almost forgotten
This side of me.

From "I Believe" from "I Believe Lyrics - Book of Mormon, The musical":

To be teaching of Christ across the sea.


But I allowed my faith to be shaken-
Oh, what's the matter with me?

From "I'm Not Saying a Word" from "I'm Not Saying a Word Lyrics - Blood Brothers
musical":

And trips to the sea


I'd just tell you that i love you
If it was me

From "Her Voice" from "Her Voice Lyrics - Little Mermaid musical":

Strange as a dream...
Real as the sea...
If you can hear me now
Come set me free...

From "Why Does She Love Me" from "Why Does She Love Me Lyrics - Love Never Dies
musical":

Sink into the sea


Blue and cool and kind
Let it set me free
Let the past unwind

From "Why Does She Love Me" from "Why Does She Love Me Lyrics - Love Never Dies
musical":

(sung) Sail across the sea


Put us out of mind
Close your eyes and flee
Let yourself stay blind
From "I Enjoy Being a Girl" from "I Enjoy Being a Girl Lyrics - Flower Drum Song musical":

When I hear the compliment'ry whistle


That greets my bikini by the sea,
I turn and I glower and I bristle,
But I'm happy to know the whistle's meant for me!

From "Awaiting You" from "Awaiting You Lyrics - Myths And Hymns musical":

Shining in the eyes of every child,


And in the flame of dawn reflecting on the open sea.
In every fury and every love,
You are awaiting me.

From "Geraniums in the Winder" from "Geraniums in the Winder Lyrics - Carousel
musical":

When I'm headin' for the sea


We might have been a happy pair
Of lovers, mightn't have we?

From "Just You Wait" from "Just You Wait Lyrics - My Fair Lady musical":

Just you wait until we're swimmin' in the sea!


Ooooooh 'enry 'iggins!
And you get a cramp a little ways from me!
When you yell you're going to drown I'll get dressed

From "The Voice Across the Moors" from "The Voice Across the Moors Lyrics - Jane Eyre
musical":

And I sail His celestial sea


In the harmony of the heavens
He's proclaimed to me
Jane, you must be a missionary wife

From "Mermaid's Tale" from "Mermaid's Tale Lyrics - Copacabana musical":

long ago in a simpler time when pirates ruled the sea,


there lived a brave and righteous man
Who fought to keep men free.
Ah-ah-ah-ah-ah!

From "Waiting For You" from "Waiting For You Lyrics - Water Babies musical":

A story carried by the Sea.


A strange and unfamiliar language
That knows, yes it knows,
You’re coming back to me.

From "Nobody's Chasing Me" from "Nobody's Chasing Me Lyrics - Out Of This World
musical":

The breeze is chasing the zepher


The moon is chasing the sea
The bull is chasing the heifer
But nobody's chasing me.

From "It's Possible (In McElligot's Pool)" from "It's Possible (In McElligot's Pool) Lyrics -
Seussical musical":

Connecting McElligot's Pool with the sea!


Then maybe some fish might be swimming...
Swimming toward me!

From "The Prince Of Humbug" from "The Prince Of Humbug Lyrics - Barnum musical":

Through a night as dark as space and cold as the sea.


Someone's got to make it right.
Shoot a rocket, Shine a light.
Tell you who the someone's gonna be!

From "Human Again" from "Human Again Lyrics - Disney's Beauty And The Beast
musical":

In a shack by the sea


I'll sit back sipping tea

From "Sirens" from "Sirens Lyrics - Jane Eyre musical":

Get lost at sea


Where I won't hear her voice
Where I am blind and free
For as sirens call the sailors

From "Sirens" from "Sirens Lyrics - Jane Eyre musical":

Calm his sea


And let him sail on gentler waters
To me
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From "Someday" from "Someday Lyrics - Civil War, The musical":

From sea to shinin' sea


When freedom shines, shines on me

From "Bon Voyage" from "Bon Voyage Lyrics - Anything Goes musical":

I'll wait and watch the sea


Till you come back to me,

From "Beyond the Sea" from "Beyond the Sea Lyrics - Contact musical":

Somewhere beyond the sea


somewhere waiting for me

From King Lear: Act III, scene IV:

Invades us to the skin: so 'tis to thee;


But where the greater malady is fix'd,
The lesser is scarce felt. Thou'ldst shun a bear;
But if thy flight lay toward the raging sea,

From "MAKE YOU FEEL MY LOVE" by Bob Dylan:

The storms are raging on the rolling sea


And on the highway of regret
The winds of change are blowing wild and free
You ain't seen nothing like me yet

From "IT TAKES A LOT TO LAUGH, IT TAKES A TRAIN TO CRY" by Bob Dylan:

Goin' down over the sea?


Don't my gal look fine
When she's comin' after me?

From "MOONLIGHT" by Bob Dylan:

My tears keep flowing to the sea


Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief
It takes a thief to catch a thief
For whom does the bell toll for, love? It tolls for you and me

From "BLOWIN' IN THE WIND" by Bob Dylan:

Before it's washed to the sea?


Yes, `n' how many years can some people exist
Before they're allowed to be free?
Yes, `n' how many times can a man turn his head,

From "EVERY GRAIN OF SAND" by Bob Dylan:

I hear the ancient footsteps like the motion of the sea


Sometimes I turn, there's someone there, other times it's only me.

From "WANTED MAN" by Bob Dylan:

I might be in Colorado or Georgia by the sea,


Working for some man who may not know at all who I might be.

From "HOUSE CARPENTER" by Bob Dylan:

I've just returned from the salt, salt sea


And it's all for the love of thee

From "MOZAMBIQUE" by Bob Dylan:

And when it's time for leaving Mozambique,


To say goodbye to sand and sea,
You turn around to take a final peek
And you see why it's so unique to be

From "CARIBBEANWIND" by Bob Dylan:

Atlantic City by the cold grey sea


I hear a voice crying "Daddy," I always think it's for me,

From "WEDDING SONG" by Bob Dylan:

Love you more than madness, more than waves upon the sea,
Love you more than life itself, you mean that much to me.

From "IF DOGS RUN FREE" by Bob Dylan:

In harmony with the cosmic sea,


True love needs no company,
It can cure the soul, it can make it whole,
If dogs run free.

From "The White Birds" by William Butler Yeats:

flames would we be,


Were we only white birds, my beloved, buoyed out on
the foam of the sea!

From "The Poet Pleads With The Elemental Powers" by William Butler Yeats:

Dim powers of drowsy thought, let her no longer be


Like the pale cup of the sea,

From "The Fiddler Of Dooney" by William Butler Yeats:

And when the folk there spy me,


They will all come up to me,
With "Here is the fiddler of Dooney!"
And dance like a wave of the sea.

From "Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin" by William Butler Yeats:

Like sooty fingers, many a tree


Rose ever out of the warm sea;

From "Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin" by William Butler Yeats:

They fingered it and gazed on me


And laughed like murmurs of the sea;

From "Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin" by William Butler Yeats:

Yet sang no more as when, like a brown bee


That has drunk full, she crossed the misty sea

From "The Rose Tree" by William Butler Yeats:

Has withered our Rose Tree;


Or maybe but a wind that blows
Across the bitter sea.'
"It needs to be but watered,'

From "The Indian To His Love" by William Butler Yeats:

A parrot sways upon a tree,


Raging at his own image in the enamelled sea.

From "The Unappeasable Host" by William Butler Yeats:

And hear the narrow graves calling my child and me.


Desolate winds that cry over the wandering sea;

From "A Woman Young And Old" by William Butler Yeats:

And broke the chain and set my ankles free,


Saint George or else a pagan Perseus;
And now we stare astonished at the sea,
And a miraculous strange bird shrieks at us.

From "Ethiopia Saluting The Colors" by Walt Whitman:

Forth from thy hovel door, thou, Ethiopia, com'st to me,


As, under doughty Sherman, I march toward the sea.)

From "ETERNITY" by Robert Herrick:

And these mine eyes shall see


All times, how they
Are lost i' th' sea
Of vast eternity:--

From "Anchor Song" by Rudyard Kipling:

Choking down our voices as we snatch the gaskets free.


And it's blowing up for night,
And she's dropping Light on Light,
And she's snorting under bonnets for a breath of open sea,

From "McAndrew's Hymn" by Rudyard Kipling:

Mine at the last -- when all is done it all comes back to me,
The fault that leaves six thousand ton a log upon the sea.

From "McAndrew's Hymn" by Rudyard Kipling:

I showed him round last week, o'er all -- an' at the last says he:
"Mister M'Andrew, don't you think steam spoils romance at sea?"

From "The Last Rhyme Of True Thomas" by Rudyard Kipling:

And syne my Sendings return to me.


"They come wi' news of the groanin' earth,
They come wi' news o' the roarin' sea,
Wi' word of Spirit and Ghost and Flesh,
From "The Song OF The Sons" by Rudyard Kipling:

Gifts have we only to-day -- Love without promise or fee --


Hear, for thy children speak, from the uttermost parts of the sea!

From "The Native-Born" by Rudyard Kipling:

I charge you drink with me


To the men of the Four New Nations,
And the Islands of the Sea --
To the last least lump of coral

From "To The City Of Bombay" by Rudyard Kipling:

Come I to mine estate --


Mother of Cities to me,
For I was born in her gate,
Between the palms and the sea,

From "The Virginity" by Rudyard Kipling:

Men must keep touch with things they used to use


To earn their living, even when they are free;
And so come back upon the least excuse --
Same as the sailor settled near the sea.

From "The Sea-Wife" by Rudyard Kipling:

There dwells a wife by the Northern Gate,


And a wealthy wife is she;
She breeds a breed o' rovin' men
And casts them over sea.

From "The Sea-Wife" by Rudyard Kipling:

She wills her sons to the wet ploughing,


To ride the horse of tree,
And syne her sons come back again
Far-spent from out the sea.

From "Mandalay" by Rudyard Kipling:

For the temple-bells are callin', an' it's there that I would be --
By the old Moulmein Pagoda, looking lazy at the sea;
From "The Rhyme Of The Three Sealers" by Rudyard Kipling:

There was no time to man the brakes, they knocked the shackle free,
And the ~Northern Light~ stood out again, goose-winged to open sea.

From "The Ballad of Bolivar" by Rudyard Kipling:

Once we saw between the squalls, lyin' head to swell --


Mad with work and weariness, wishin' they was we --
Some damned Liner's lights go by like a long hotel;
Cheered her from the ~Bolivar~ swampin' in the sea.

From "The "Mary Gloster"" by Rudyard Kipling:

Master at two-and-twenty, and married at twenty-three --


Ten thousand men on the pay-roll, and forty freighters at sea!

From "The "Mary Gloster"" by Rudyard Kipling:

Sir Anthony Gloster's carriage -- our 'ouse-flag flyin' free --


Ten thousand men on the pay-roll and forty freighters at sea!

From "White Horses" by Rudyard Kipling:

Who holds the rein upon you?


The latest gale let free.
What meat is in your mangers?
The glut of all the sea.

From "The Merchantmen" by Rudyard Kipling:

Now shamed at heart are we


To bring so poor a cargo home
That had for gift the sea!
Let go the great bow-anchors --

From "The Gift Of The Sea" by Rudyard Kipling:

She put her mother aside,


"In Mary's name let be!
For the peace of my soul I must go," she said,
And she went to the calling sea.

From "Interlude: Songs out of Sorrow" by Sara Teasdale:


This is the spot where I will lie
When life has had enough of me,
These are the grasses that will blow
Above me like a living sea.

From "Gray Eyes" by Sara Teasdale:

It was April when you came


The first time to me,
And my first look in your eyes
Was like my first look at the sea.

From "Morning" by Sara Teasdale:

There in the windy flood of morning


Longing lifted its weight from me,
Lost as a sob in the midst of cheering,
Swept as a sea-bird out to sea.

From "The New Moon" by Sara Teasdale:

Day, you have bruised and beaten me,


As rain beats down the bright, proud sea,

From "Understanding" by Sara Teasdale:

I understood the rest too well,


And all their thoughts have come to be
Clear as grey sea-weed in the swell
Of a sunny shallow sea.

From "Peace" by Sara Teasdale:

Peace flows into me


As the tide to the pool by the shore;
It is mine forevermore,
It will not ebb like the sea.

From ""Oh Day of Fire and Sun"" by Sara Teasdale:

Laughter and hearts so high


That the spirit flew off free,
Lifting into the sky
Diving into the sea;

From "Spray" by Sara Teasdale:


I felt your love blow over me
As if a dark wind-riven sea

From "After Love" by Sara Teasdale:

We meet as other people do,


You work no miracle for me
Nor I for you.
You were the wind and I the sea --

From "The Wanderer" by Sara Teasdale:

And many skies have covered me,


And many winds have blown me forth,
And I have loved the green, bright north,
And I have loved the cold, sweet sea.

From "The Treasure" by Sara Teasdale:

All your love for me


Surer than the spring,
Stronger than the sea;
Hidden out of sight

From "The Piper" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

AGAIN I hear you piping, for I know the tune so well, -


You rouse the heart to wander and be free,
Tho' where you learned your music, not the God of song can tell,
For you pipe the open highway and the sea.

From "The Wind Is Without There And Howls In The Trees" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

To do or to try; and, believe me, my friend,


If the call should come early for me,
I can leave these foundations uprooted, and tend
For some new city over the sea.

From "To What Shall I Compare Her?" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

TO what shall I compare her,


That is as fair as she?
For she is fairer - fairer
Than the sea.

From "To What Shall I Compare Her?" by Robert Louis Stevenson:


As the stars are from the sleeper,
Her heart is hid from me;
For she is deeper - deeper
Than the sea.

From "Come, My Beloved, Hear From Me" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

COME, my beloved, hear from me


Tales of the woods or open sea.

From "As One Who Having Wandered All Night Long" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

And the low caves of mortal things, and flee


To the last fields of the universe untrod,
Where is no man, nor any earth, nor sea,
And the contented soul is all alone with God.

From "To Sydney" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

To leave the beaten ways of art,


And wholly free
To dare, beyond the scanty chart,
The deeper sea.

From "To Sydney" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

To sing the enfranchised nations' glee,


Or count the cost
Of warships foundered far at sea
And battles lost.

From "Hail! Childish Slave Of Social Rules" by Robert Louis Stevenson:

From your frail ark of lies, I flee


I know not where, like Noah's raven.
Full to the broad, unsounded sea
I swim from your dishonest haven.

From "To the River Charles" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

River! that in silence windest


Through the meadows, bright and free,
Till at length thy rest thou findest
In the bosom of the sea!

From "Skeleton in Armor, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:


"Once as I told in glee
Tales of the stormy sea,

From "Occultation of Orion, The" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

The forehead of the bull; but he


Reeled as of yore beside the sea,

From "My Lost Youth" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

And the sea-tides tossing free;


And Spanish sailors with bearded lips,
And the beauty and mystery of the ships,
And the magic of the sea.

From "Voices Of the Night" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow:

"Learn, that henceforth thy song shall be


Not mountains capped with snow,
Nor forests sounding like the sea,
Nor rivers flowing ceaselessly,

From "Russian Fugitive, The" by William Wordsworth:

Dark is the past to them, and dark


The future still must be,
Till pitying Saints conduct her bark
Into a safer sea---

From "Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point, The" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning:

Where the drivers drove, and looked at me--


And tender and full was the look he gave:
Could a slave look so at another slave?--
I look at the sky and the sea.

From "Two April Mornings, The" by William Wordsworth:

"No fountain from its rocky cave


E'er tripped with foot so free;
She seemed as happy as a wave
That dances on the sea.

From "We are Seven" by William Wordsworth:

"And where are they? I pray you tell."


She answered, "Seven are we;
And two of us at Conway dwell,
And two are gone to sea.

From ""The World Is To Much With Us; Late and Soon"" by William Wordsworth:

So might I, standing on this pleasant lea,


Have glimpses that would make me less forlorn;
Have sight of Proteus rising from the sea;
Or hear old Triton blow his wreathed horn.

From "Anecdote For Fathers" by William Wordsworth:

"Now tell me, had you rather be,"


I said. and took him by the arm,
"On Kilve's smooth shore, by the green sea,
Or here at Liswyn farm?"

From "Ruth" by William Wordsworth:

Was not so fair as he;


And, when he chose to sport and play,
No dolphin ever was so gay
Upon the tropic sea.

From "Ruth" by William Wordsworth:

She thought again--and did agree


With him to sail across the sea,

From "Ode, On Intimations Of Immortality" by William Wordsworth:

Though inland far we be,


Our Souls have sight of that immortal sea

From "He Had His Dream" by Paul Laurence Dunbar:

But what cared he


For wind or sea!

From "A Florida Ghost." by Sidney Lanier:

A-tryin' to make it gee,


How one same wind could blow my ship to shore
And my hotel to sea!"
From "On Huntingdon's "Miranda"" by Sidney Lanier:

-- Content, when thou wert gone, to be


A dumb rock by the lonesome sea

From "The Jacquerie A Fragment" by Sidney Lanier:

Over me and thee.


Day the stately,
Sunken lately
Into the violet sea,

From "A Song Of The Future." by Sidney Lanier:

Breaths of new buds from off some drying lea


With news about the Future scent the sea:

From "Psalm Of The West" by Sidney Lanier:

Past slaty Helluland is sped,


Past Markland's woody lea,
Till round about fair Vinland's head,
Where Taunton helps the sea,

From "Psalm Of The West" by Sidney Lanier:

Pedro Gutierrez, wake! come up to me.


I prithee stand and gaze about the sea:

From "The Revenge Of Hamish" by Sidney Lanier:

But look! red Hamish has risen; quick about and about turns he.
"There is none betwixt me and the crag-top!" he screams under breath.
Then, livid as Lazarus lately from death,
He snatches the child from the mother, and clambers the crag toward the sea.

From "The Revenge Of Hamish" by Sidney Lanier:

Breathed short for a space, said: "Nay, but it never shall be!
Let me hurl off the damnable hound in the sea!"

From "Nilsson" by Sidney Lanier:

Or noble wind-tones chanting free


Through morning-skies across the sea
From "A Birthday Song. To S. G." by Sidney Lanier:

"May all that cling to sprays of time, like me,


Be sweetly wafted over sky and sea

From "Waikiki" by Rupert Brooke:

And dark scents whisper; and dim waves creep to me,


Gleam like a woman's hair, stretch out, and rise;
And new stars burn into the ancient skies,
Over the murmurous soft Hawaian sea.

From "Italian In England, The" by Robert Browning:

That second time they hunted me


From hill to plain, from shore to sea,

From "Summum Bonum" by Robert Browning:

All the breath and the bloom of the year in the bag of one bee:
All the wonder and wealth of the mine in the heart of one gem:
In the core of one pearl all the shade and the shine of the sea:
Breath and bloom, shade and shine, wonder, wealth, and--how far above them--

From "Flight Of The Duchess, The" by Robert Browning:

``Like the spots that snap and burst and flee,


``Circling over the midnight sea.

From "The Charge of the Heavy Brigade at Balaclava" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

O mad for the charge and the battle were we,


When our own good redcoats sank from sight,
Like drops of blood in a dark-gray sea,
And we turned to each other, whispering, whispering,

From "Crossing the Bar" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

Sunset and evening star,


And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea,

From "Locksley Hall" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:


Droops the heavy-blossom'd bower, hangs the heavy-fruited tree--
Summer isles of Eden lying in dark-purple spheres of sea.

From "The Charge Of The Heavy Brigade At Balaclava" by Alfred, Lord Tennyson:

You came, and look’d and loved the view


Long-known and loved by me,
Green Sussex fading into blue
With one gray glimpse of sea;

From "Sonnet to Lake Leman" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Where dwelt the wise and wondrous; but by thee


How much more, Lake of Beauty! do we feel,
In sweetly gliding o'er thy crystal sea,
The wild glow of that not ungentle zeal,

From "Giaour, The" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Much in his visions mutters he


Of maiden whelmed beneath the sea;

From "Stanzas Composed During A Thunderstorm" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

Do thou, amid the fair white walls,


If Cadiz yet be free,
At times from out her latticed halls
Look o'er the dark blue sea;

From "Mazeppa" by George Gordon, Lord Byron:

A thousand horse, the wild, the free,


Like waves that follow o'er the sea,

From "Captive Dove, The" by Anne Brontë:

Oh, thou wert made to wander free


In sunny mead and shady grove,
And, far beyond the rolling sea,
In distant climes, at will to rove!

From "Ballad of the Goodly Fere" by Ezra Pound:

Ha' we lost the goodliest fere o' all


For the priests and the gallows tree?
Aye lover he was of brawny men,
O' ships and the open sea.

From "Ballad of the Goodly Fere" by Ezra Pound:

On the hills o' Galilee,


They whined as he walked out calm between,
Wi' his eyes like the grey o' the sea,
Like the sea that brooks no voyaging

From "My Voice" by Oscar Wilde:

But all this crowded life has been to thee


No more than lyre, or lute, or subtle spell
Of viols, or the music of the sea
That sleeps, a mimic echo, in the shell.

From "Tædium Vitæ" by Oscar Wilde:

I love it not! these things are less to me


Than the thin foam that frets upon the sea,

From "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

The Sun came up upon the left,


Out of the sea came he !
And he shone bright, and on the right
Went down into the sea.

From "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

The fair breeze blew, the white foam flew,


The furrow followed free ;
We were the first that ever burst
Into that silent sea.

From "Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

But soon there breathed a wind on me,


Nor sound nor motion made :
Its path was not upon the sea,
In ripple or in shade.

From "Kubla Khan" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

A stately pleasure-dome decree :


Where Alph, the sacred river, ran
Through caverns measureless to man
Down to a sunless sea.

From "Lines" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge:

My gaze! Proud towers, and Cots more dear to me,


Elm-shadow'd Fields, and prospect-bounding Sea!

From "Le Reveillon" by Oscar Wilde:

The circling mists and shadows flee,


The dawn is rising from the sea,

From "The Burden Of Itys" by Oscar Wilde:

And sheds such wondrous dews at eve that she


Dreams of the fields of Enna, by the far Sicilian sea,

From "Prayer of a Soldier in France" by Joyce Kilmer:

Lord, Thou didst suffer more for me


Than all the hosts of land and sea.

From "The First Anniversary Of The Government Under O.C." by Andrew Marvell:

"Needs must we all their Tributaries be,


"Whose Navies hold the Sluces of the Sea.

From "Upon Appleton House, to My Lord Fairfax" by Andrew Marvell:

Who seem like Israaliies to be,


Walking on foot through a green Sea.

From "The Character Of Holland" by Andrew Marvell:

Was this Jus Belli & Pacis; could this be


Cause why their Burgomaster of the Sea

From "On The Victory Obtained By Blake Over the Spaniards, In The Bay Of
Scanctacruze, In The Island Of teneriff.1657" by Andrew Marvell:

Wars chief support with them would buried be,


And the Land owe her peace unto the Sea.

From "To One In Paradise" by Edgar Allan Poe:


For, alas! alas! me
The light of Life is o'er!
"No more- no more- no more-"
(Such language holds the solemn sea

From "The Rhyme of the Restless Ones" by Robert W. Service:

So we took to wine and drink and other things,


And the devil in us struggled to be free;
Till our friends rose up in wrath, and they pointed out the path,
And they paid our debts and packed us o'er the sea.

From "To Helen" by Edgar Allan Poe:

Helen, thy beauty is to me


Like those Nicean barks of yore,
That gently, o'er a perfumed sea,
The weary, wayworn wanderer bore

From "Tamerlane" by Edgar Allan Poe:

I had no being- but in thee:


The world, and all it did contain
In the earth- the air- the sea-
Its joy- its little lot of pain

From "Fairy-Land" by Edgar Allan Poe:

Wherever they may be-


O'er the strange woods- o'er the sea-

From "The Younger Son" by Robert W. Service:

You will find him toiling, toiling, in the south or in the west,
A child of nature, fearless, frank, and free;
And the warmest heart that beats for you is beating in his breast,
And he sends you loyal greeting o'er the sea.

From "The City In The Sea" by Edgar Allan Poe:

The melancholy waters he.


No rays from the holy heaven come down
On the long night-time of that town;
But light from out the lurid sea

From "The City In The Sea" by Edgar Allan Poe:


No swellings tell that winds may be
Upon some far-off happier sea-

From "To F--" by Edgar Allan Poe:

And thus thy memory is to me


Like some enchanted far-off isle
In some tumultuous sea-
Some ocean throbbing far and free

From "Al Aaraaf" by Edgar Allan Poe:

When first Al Aaraaf knew her course to be


Headlong thitherward o'er the starry sea-

From "Annabel Lee" by Edgar Allan Poe:

Of many far wiser than we-


And neither the angels in heaven above,
Nor the demons down under the sea,
Can ever dissever my soul from the soul

From "A Death - Scene" by Emily Jane Brontë:

Beside thee, on my knee,


My dearest friend! I pray
That thou, to cross the eternal sea,
Wouldst yet one hour delay:

From "Stars" by Emily Jane Brontë:

I was at peace, and drank your beams


As they were life to me;
And revelled in my changeful dreams,
Like petrel on the sea.

From "Philosopher, The" by Emily Jane Brontë:

"A golden stream - and one like blood;


And one like sapphire, seemed to be;
But, where they joined their triple flood
It tumbled in an inky sea.

From "Ode To Fanny" by John Keats:

Must not a woman be


A feather on the sea,

From "Heretics All" by Hilaire Belloc:

Heretics all, whoever you may be,


In Tarbes or Nimes, or over the sea,

From "Forsaken Merman, The" by Matthew Arnold:

But faithless was she!


And alone dwell for ever
The kings of the sea."
But, children, at midnight,

From "Song of Callicles, The" by Matthew Arnold:

Not here, O Apollo!


Are haunts meet for thee.
But, where Helicon breaks down
In cliff to the sea.

From "Apollo Musagetes" by Matthew Arnold:

Are haunts meet for thee.


But, where Helicon breaks down
In cliff to the sea,
Where the moon-silver'd inlets

From "To Marguriet: Continued" by Matthew Arnold:

And bade betwixt their shores to be


The unplumb'd, salt, estranging sea.

From "Obermann Once More" by Matthew Arnold:

"The sun shone in the new-wash'd sky,


And what from heaven saw he?
Blocks of the past, like icebergs high,
Float on a rolling sea!

From "The Waste Land" by Thomas Stearns Eliot:

I Tiresias, though blind, throbbing between two lives,


Old man with wrinkled female breasts, can see
At the violet hour, the evening hour that strives
Homeward, and brings the sailor home from sea,
From "A Dream" by William Allingham:

Those were the strangest sight to me


Who were drown'd, I knew, in the awful sea.

From "These Little Songs" by William Allingham:

By forest and lea,


Or hill-side heather,
In houses and throngs,
Or down by the sea -

From "Adieu to Belshanny" by William Allingham:

I hope that man and womankind will do the same by me;


For my heart is sore and heavy at voyaging the sea.

From "Anarchy" by John McCrae:

"Speak not of God! In centuries that word


Hath not been uttered! Our own king are we."
And God stretched forth his finger as He heard
And o'er it cast a thousand leagues of sea.

From "The Captain" by John McCrae:

Little Jervis and the Spaniards and the fight that was to be,
Twenty-seven Spanish battleships, great bullies of the sea,

From "The Song Of The Derelict" by John McCrae:

From the doom that ye meted to me.


I was sister to `Terrible', seventy-four,
(Yo ho! for the swing of the sea!)
And ye sank her in fathoms a thousand or more

From "Sea, The" by Lewis Carroll:

There are certain things -a spider, a ghost,


The income-tax, gout, an umbrella for three -
That I hate, but the thing that I hate the most
Is a thing they call the SEA.

From "Three Voices, The" by Lewis Carroll:


He laughed aloud for very glee:
There came a breeze from off the sea:

From "Three Voices, The" by Lewis Carroll:

"The world is but a Thought," said he:


"The vast unfathomable sea

From "Sun and Shadow" by Oliver Wendell Holmes:

He looks to the beacon that looms from the reef,


To the rock that is under his lee,
As he drifts on the blast, like a wind-wafted leaf,
O'er the gulfs of the desolate sea.

From "The Chambered Nautilus" by Oliver Wendell Holmes:

Thanks for the heavenly message brought by thee,


Child of the wandering sea,

From "The Chambered Nautilus" by Oliver Wendell Holmes:

Till thou at length art free,


Leaving thine outgrown shell by life's unresting sea!

From "Lobster-Quadrille, The" by Lewis Carroll:

"You can really have no notion how delightful it will be


When they take us up and throw us, with the lobsters, out to sea!"

From "The Sign-Post" by Edward Thomas:

To see what day or night can be,


The sun and the frost, tha land and the sea,

From "Apostasy" by Charlotte Brontë:

Talk not of thy Last Sacrament,


Tell not thy beads for me;
Both rite and prayer are vainly spent,
As dews upon the sea.

From "XLI Through Death To Love" by Dante Gabriel Rossetti:

Of night's flood-tide,--like terrors that agree


Of hoarse-tongued fire and inarticulate sea,--

From "LXXIII The Choice, III" by Dante Gabriel Rossetti:

Then reach on with thy thought till it be drown'd.


Miles and miles distant though the last line be,
And though thy soul sail leagues and leagues beyond,--
Still, leagues beyond those leagues, there is more sea.

From "Faithless Sally Brown" by Thomas Hood:

"Now, young woman," said he,


"If you weep on so, you will make
Eye-water in the sea."
"Alas! they've taken my beau Ben

From "Silence" by Thomas Hood:

There is a silence where no sound may be,


In the cold grave—under the deep, deep sea,

From "Monna Innominata: A Sonnet Of Sonnets" by Christina Georgina Rossetti:

"Love me, for I love you"--and answer me,


"Love me, for I love you"--so shall we stand
As happy equals in the flowering land
Of love, that knows not a dividing sea.

From "The Witch Of Atlas" by Percy Bysshe Shelley:

And every Nymph of stream and spreading tree,


And every Shepherdess of Ocean's flocks
Who drives her white waves over the green sea,
And Ocean with the brine on his grey locks,

From "The Cloud" by Percy Bysshe Shelley:

This pilot is guiding me,


Lured by the love of the genii that move
In the depths of the purple sea;
Over the rills, and the crags, and the hills,

From "Hope" by Joseph Rodman Drake:

And thus, oh Hope! thy lovely form


In sorrow's gloomy night shall be
The sun that looks through cloud and storm
Upon a dark and moonless sea.

From "At Home" by Christina Georgina Rossetti:

Said one: "To-morrow we shall be


Plod plod along the featureless sands,
And coasting miles and miles of sea."
Said one: "Before the turn of tide

From "Stanzas Written In Dejection Near Naples" by Percy Bysshe Shelley:

Which I have born and yet must bear,


Till death like sleep might steal on me,
And I might feel in the warm air
My cheek grow cold, and hear the sea

From "Goblin Market" by Christina Georgina Rossetti:

Like a wind-uprooted tree


Spun about,
Like a foam-topped water-spout
Cast down headlong in the sea,

From "The Wanderer" by John Masefield:

That soul was there apparent, not revealed,


Unearthly meanings covered every tree,
That wet grass grew in an immortal field,
Those waters fed some never-wrinkled sea.

From "Bagman's Dog, The : Mr. Peters's Story" by Richard Harris Barham:

Let the wind meet the tide in the slightest degree,


They'll be all of them heartily sick of 'the Sea'!

From "Some Account of a New Play" by Richard Harris Barham:

After dinner the Captain recounts, with much glee,


All he's heard, seen and done, since he first went to sea,

From "Some Account of a New Play" by Richard Harris Barham:

Don't wed with low people beneath your degree,


And if you've a baby, don't send it to sea!
From "Merchant of Venice, The : A Legend of Italy" by Richard Harris Barham:

From the harbour got free,


And left the Lagunes for the broad open sea,

From "England to America" by Katharine Lee Bates:

In hearts unbound to thee,


Flames of the Sunset Sea?

From "America the Beautiful" by Katharine Lee Bates:

God shed His grace on thee


And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea!
O beautiful for pilgrim feet,

From "Four Songs Of Four Seasons" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

To wind and lee,


Till, no more tongue-tied,
Full flood and young tide
Roar down the rapids and storm the sea.

From "Four Songs Of Four Seasons" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

While time shall be;


In death and living,
With one thanksgiving,
Praise him whose hand is the strength of the sea.

From "Four Songs Of Four Seasons" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

For love of her loveliness given them in fee;


And Prato gleams with the glad monk's gift
Whose hand was there as the hand of morning;
And Siena, set in the sand's red sea,

From "A Dialogue" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

What things I fashion? Nay, behold and see,


Man, what art thou?
Thy fruits of life, and blossoms of thy bough,
What are they but my seedlings? Earth and sea
From "A Dialogue" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Death, if thou be.


Thy might is made out of our fear of thee:
Who fears thee not, hath plucked from off thine head
The crown of cloud that darkens earth and sea.

From "Cleopatra" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

She holds her future close, her lips


Hold fast the face of things to be;
Actium, and sound of war that dips
Down the blown valleys of the sea,

From "A Ballad of Burdens" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

In the last days shall take no thought for thee.


In the last days like earth thy face shall be,
Yea, like sea-marsh made thick with brine and mire,
Sad with sick leavings of the sterile sea.

From "A Forsaken Garden" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

IN a coign of the cliff between lowland and highland,


At the sea-down's edge between windward and lee,
Walled round with rocks as an inland island,
The ghost of a garden fronts the sea.

From "To A Cat" by Algernon Charles Swinburne:

Shone and sprang your mother, free,


Bright and brave as wind or sea.

From "Country Guy" by Sir Walter Scott:

Ah! County Guy, the hour is nigh,


The sun has left the lea,
The orange flower perfumes the bower,
The breeze is on the sea.

From "A Song of Pitcairn's Island" by William Cullen Bryant:

Come talk of Europe's maids with me,


Whose necks and cheeks, they tell,
Outshine the beauty of the sea,
White foam and crimson shell.
From "To A Cloud" by William Cullen Bryant:

Beautiful cloud! I would I were with thee


In thy calm way o'er land and sea:

From "Gertrude of Wyoming" by Thomas Campbell:

His sorest parting, Gertrude, was from thee;


Nor half its grief his little heart could hold;
By kindred he was sent for o'er the sea,
They tore him from us when but twelve years old,

From "St. Valentine's Day" by Edith Nesbit:

That blows my love to me.


The stars in the South are gold
Like lamps between sky and sea;
The flowers that the forests hold.

From "Beer" by Charles Stuart Calverley:

Of emulating Pindar, and will be


Sponsor at last to some now nameless sea.

From "The Island" by Edith Nesbit:

Or, wrapt in a lamplit quiet, do you restrain


Thoughts that would take the wind's way hither to me,
And bid them rest safe-anchored, nor tempt again
The tumult, and torment, and passion that live in the sea?

From "Out in the Fields with God" by Anonymous Works:

The little cares that fretted me


I lost them yesterday
Among the fields, above the sea,
Among the winds at play,

From "The Coming War" by Sam Walter Foss:

It is coming, woe is me!"


("Did you know we're out of flour?" said his wife).
"Oh, the many-centuried empires
Overwhelmed in slaughter's sea!"
From "The Passionate Man's Pilgrimage" by Sir Walter Ralegh:

And this is my eternal plea


To him that made heaven, earth, and sea,

From "The Pilot of the Plains" by E. Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake):

Thus they taunted her, declaring, ``He remembers naught of thee :


Likely some white maid he wooeth, far beyond the inland sea."

From "Song from the Ship" by Thomas Lovell Beddoes:

The anchor heaves, the ship swings free,


The sails swell full. To sea, to sea!

From "It Must Be You" by Dolly Parton:

Just like the tide goes with the sea


We belong together, you and me

From "I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes" by Dolly Parton:

Who is sailing all over the sea


And I'm thinking tonight of him only
And I wonder does he ever think of me

From "Where Can I Go Without You?" by Dean Martin:

I chased that rainbow across the sea


I'm tired of faces and quaint old places
If you can't be there with me

From "Stand by Me" by Elvis Presley:

Like a ship out on the sea


Thou who rulest wind and water
Stand by me

From "Blue Hawaii" by Elvis Presley:

While the moon is on the sea


The night is young
And so are we, so are we
From "Mountains" by Prince:

It's only mountains an' the sea


There's nothing greater, you an' me

From "Forget Domani" by Frank Sinatra:

With such a moon and such a sea


And you and me

From "Standing Room Only" by Loretta Lynn:

An angel stood one foot on land, the other foot on sea


And as I tried to kneel and pray a voice said unto me

From "Put Your Hand In The Hand" by Loretta Lynn:

Put your hand in the hand of the man who calmed the sea
Take a look at yourself and you can look at the others differently
By puttin' your hand in the hand of the man from Galilee

From "Sunrise" by Barry Manilow:

Sunrise on the sea


I'm watching the sunrise
I'm glad to be living
Sunrise, shine over me

From "Summer Wind" by Barry Manilow:

The summer wind came blowin' in from across the sea


It lingered there to touch your hair and walk with me

From "Ships" by Barry Manilow:

We walked to the sea


Just my father and me

From "Where Do I Begin?" by Barry Manilow:

The sweet love story that is older than the sea


The simple truth about the love she brings to me

From "Beyond The Sea" by Barry Manilow:


Somewhere beyond the sea
Somewhere waitin' for me

From "Unchained Melody" by Barry Manilow:

To the open arms of the sea


Lonely rivers cry, wait for me, wait for me

From "Can't Help Falling In Love With You" by Barry Manilow:

Like a river flows surely to the sea


Darling so it goes, some things were meant to be

From "Amsterdam" by DAVID BOWIE:

Of the dreams that he brings from the wide open sea


And in the port of Amsterdam there's a sailor who sleeps
While the river bank weeps to the old willow tree

From "Rubber Band [Single]" by DAVID BOWIE:

In the '14-'18 war I went to sea


Thought my Sunday love was waiting home for me

From "Rubber Band (Single Version)" by DAVID BOWIE:

Rubber Band, in the 1418 war, I went to sea


Thought my Sunday love was waiting home for me

From "Anywhere You Run To" by Diana Ross:

I would sail a boat across the sea


I would fly a plane to wherever you may be

From "Blame It On the Sun" by Diana Ross:

I'll blame it on the tide and the sea


But my heart blames it on me

From "Without Me" by Eminem:

But no matter how many fish in the sea


It'll be so empty, without me
From "Never 2 Far" by Eminem:

I'm not wishing to be another fish in the sea


But just an MC, so listen to me, but if you disagree

From "Return to Paradise" by Elton John:

It's paradise here where the sun meets the sea


There's nothing to fear and so much to be

From "PROMISES" by Eric Clapton:

Rowing away on a distant sea,


'Cause I don't love you and you don't love me.

From "Water on the Ground" by Eric Clapton:

Back to the rivers, back to the sea


Keeps on running, just like me

From "The Core" by Eric Clapton:

No one then can cause me harm


Just as the river runs into the sea
'Cause every day, a fire alarm
Is deafening the silence all around me

From "Odessa (City on the Black Sea)" by Bee Gees:

Cherub, I lost a ship in the Baltic sea


I'm on an iceberg running free

From "Had a Lot of Love Last Night" by Bee Gees:

I'm casting all my dreams hereto, my fish have gone to sea


And fate no longer has the faith to walk ahead of me

From "Cherry Red" by Bee Gees:

Turquoise green , greener than the deeper sea


Greener still when she's with me

From "Ocean Front Property" by George Strait:


From my front porch you can see the sea
I've got some ocean front property in Arizona
And if you'll buy that I'll throw the Golden Gate in free

From "Don't Pray On Me" by Bad Religion:

When he flamboyantly parted the sea


Now everybody's prayin', don't pray on me

From "Kite" by U2:

It's summer, I can taste the salt of the sea


There's a kite blowing outta control on the breeze
I wonder what's gonna happen to you
You wonder what has happened to me

From "Love Rescue Me" by U2:

Stretching out as the sun sinks in the sea


I'm here without a name
In the palace of my shame
Said, love rescue me

From "Paint It Black" by U2:

No more will my green sea


Will turn a deeper blue
I could not foresee
This thing happening to you

From "Can't Help Falling in Love With You" by U2:

Like a river flows


To the sea
So it goes
Somethings were meant to be

From "Ready Or Not" by Babyface:

Cross the widest sea


Nothing could discourage me

From "A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)" by Kenny Rogers:

With a bunch of men hanging around the sea


And I'm sure I would have liked him more
If he were a little more like me

From "St. Louis Blues" by Perry Como:

'Cause that gal's got a heart, like a rock cast in the sea
Or else she wouldn't have gone so far from me

From "Nature Boy" by Celine Dion:

They say he wandered very far, very far


Over land and sea,
A little shy and sad of eye
But very wise was he.

From "Lilac Girl" by Barenaked Ladies:

Suddenly she wishes just like all the fishes in the sea
That she was with me

From "Dreaming" by Kiss:

I'm sailing like a ship on the sea


I don't care if I'm lost in the haze
I hear the angels singing something to me
(?)Come dream of me(?), that you never see

From "Bottomless" by Bette Midler:

I took a dive into your eyes and I was in a sea


Of deep blue green emotion
Now in my dreams it often seems that you are movin' me
Like tides are movin' the ocean

From "As Dreams Go By" by Bette Midler:

The trees and the towers are burnin'


Fear walks on the sea
My soul in the wasteland is yearnin'
What does tomorrow hold for me?

From "Yellow Beach Umbrella" by Bette Midler:

I'll be just another yellow beach umbrella


On the shore of the southern sea.
I'll be a mystery to everyone.
I won't take you along with me.
From "Under the Boardwalk" by Bette Midler:

Under the boardwalk, down by the sea


On a blanket with my baby is where I'll be

From "I Can't Explain" by B.B. King:

What the water is to the sea


I only want your love, baby
So tell me why don't you want me

From "Catfish Blues" by B.B. King:

Swimmin' in the deep blue sea


I'd have all you women
Fishin' after me
Fishin' after me

From "Be Mine" by R.E.M.:

I'll be the vast and stormy sea


I'll be the lights that guide you inland
I'll be the visions you will see
Visions you will see, you will see, you will see

From "Mixed Bizness" by Beck:

Do you wanna ride on the Baltic sea?


I'll be your mistress C.O.D

From "Replica" by Beck:

Grow up old and bury the sea


When this replica begins to look cheap
I'd throw it out but now it's home to me

From "Calypso" by John Denver:

To live on the land we must learn from the sea


To be true as the tide and free as a wind swell
Joyful and loving in letting it be

From "Fly Away" by John Denver:

For sounds of the sand and the sea


Life in a high-rise can make you hungry
For things that you can't even see

From "I Wanna Be With You" by Bruce Springsteen:

Well let it all tumble right into the sea


Yeah that's all right, that's fine with me

From "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Bruce Springsteen:

Like the river flows


flowing to the sea
darling so it goes
some things were meant to be

From "You Are Always There For Me" by Reba McEntire:

Like a harbor in a wild and raging sea


Darlin', you are always there for me

From "Drowning" by MxPx:

I feel like drowning deep down in the sea


I feel like drowning, don't bother coming after me

From "Crazy Love" by Bon Jovi:

In her summer dress she parts the sea


Her hair wrapped up in rosary beads
Everyone else is gone but her and me

From "Christmas Island" by Jimmy Buffett:

How'd ya like to spend the holiday away across the sea?


How'd ya like to spend Christmas on Christmas Island?
How'd ya like to hang a stocking on a great big coconut tree?

From "Down On The Borderline" by AC/DC:

Between the devil and the deep blue sea


She use me like a begger to get a hold on me

From "Walk All Over You" by AC/DC:

We're rising, falling like the sea


You're looking so good under me

From "Sailing" by Rod Stewart:

Home again 'cross the sea


I am sailing, stormy waters
To be near you, to be free

From "Every Beat of My Heart" by Rod Stewart:

Seagull carry me, over land and sea


To my own folk, that's where I want to be

From "I Am The One For You" by KYLIE MINOGUE:

Take me to the deep blue sea


You can't get enough of my kind of love
You're really doin' something to me

From "Orchid" by Black Sabbath:

It pains me to know that I will die alone never to see beyond the sea...
lay the orchid for me lay it next to me...

From "Available Light" by Rush:

Oh, the wind can carry all the voices of the sea
Oh, the wind can carry all the echoes home to me

From "Presto" by Rush:

I was swimming away out to sea


So deep I could never touch bottom
What a fool I used to be

From "Entre Nous" by Rush:

Building hopeful bridges on a troubled sea


Some are burned or swept away
Some we would not choose but we're not always free

From "Animate" by Rush:

Mermaid of the lunar sea


Daughter of the great enchantress
Sister to the boy inside of me

From "Tropical Depression" by Alan Jackson:

Heaven down by the sea


Without you here by my side
It feels like hell to me

From "Farewell Party" by Alan Jackson:

When the last breath of life, is gone, from my body,


And my lips, are as cold, as the sea,
When my friends, gather round, for my, farewell party,
Won’t you, pretend, you love me.

From "1-2 Full" by Pearl Jam:

Floating out on the sea


Far from lights of a city
The elements they speak to me

From "The Whale Song" by Pearl Jam:

Hunters of land, hunters of sea


Exploit anything for money
I refer to anybody
That takes advantage of what that is free

From "The Whale Song" by Pearl Jam:

If I was lost at sea


That harpoon boat in front of me

From "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Pearl Jam:

Like a river flows surely to the sea.


Darling so it goes, some things are meant to be.

From "Thank You" by Duran Duran:

When mountains crumble to the sea,


There will still be you and me.

From "I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues" by Billie Holiday:

Soon that deep blue sea


Will be callin' me

From "I Cover the Waterfront" by Billie Holiday:

I'm watching the sea


Will the one I love
Be coming back to me?

From "Good Stuff" by Shakira:

Better than to sail on the Mediterranean Sea


Better than to get a fancy Gucci dress for free

From "Take Me" by Tammy Wynette:

A thousand miles from the nearest sea


The very moment I saw your smile
It would be like heaven to me

From "Move On" by ABBA:

The surface of the sea


The crying of the seagulls
That hover over me

From "Sweet Song" by Blur:

Every thing's out to sea


I believe, I believe, I believe, I believe
That is the way it should be
I hope you feel the same

From "Opium Tea" by Nick Cave:

I stand at the window and look at the sea


Then I make me a pot of opium tea

From "Forgive And Forget" by Blondie:

Nature's cast upon the sea


The winds of past, of promise be

From "World In My Eyes" by Depeche Mode:

To the depths of the deepest sea


And we won't need a map, believe me

From "Sweet Freedom" by Uriah Heep:

Oh, it wasn't just my heart you took and gently tossed into the sea
Though it's hard to find the words I need I guess it was me

From "Morning Come" by Marianne Faithfull:

Little birds fly into the sea


Morning light shine on me

From "It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry" by Marianne Faithfull:

Don't the sun look good going down over the sea?
But don't my gal look fine when she's comin' after me?

From "To Make You Feel My Love" by Billy Joel:

The storms are raging on the rollin' sea


And on the highway of regret
The winds of change are blowing wild and free
You ain't seen nothing like me yet

From "Travellin' Prayer" by Billy Joel:

'Cause she is far across the sea.


Hey Lord, would ya look out for her tonight
And make sure that she's gonna be alright
And things are gonna be alright with me.

From "Point of Light" by Randy Travis:

One by one, from the mountains to the sea


Points of light are calling out to you and me

From "Willow Weep For Me" by Nina Simone:

Bend your branches green along the stream that runs to sea,
Listen to my plea, listen willow weep for me,

From "Baltimore" by Nina Simone:

In a hard town by the sea


Ain't nowhere to run to
There ain't nothin' here for free

From "Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More)" by Nina Simone:

Now, her heart is sad as he sails the sea


And I heard her sigh, "Oh, come back to me"

From "Wildflowers" by Tom Petty:

You belong among the wildflowers


You belong in a boat out at sea
Sail away, kill off the hours
You belong somewhere you feel free

From "Please Remember Me" by Tim McGraw:

When all our tears have reached the sea


Part of you will live in me

From "Comin' Home" by Tim Mcgraw:

That's been battered by the sea


I've been through some stormy weather
But you shot a life with me
Girl, you set me free

From "Who Do You Love" by Def Leppard:

Ice on the window, the highway's a sea


Who do you love, is it him or is it me

From "(It's Good) To Be Free" by Oasis:

All I want to do is live by the sea


Yeah, little things, they make me so happy
But it's good, yes it's good, it's good to be free

From "Banquet" by Joni Mitchell:

I took my share down by the sea


Paper plates and Javex bottles on the tide
Seagulls come down and they squawk at me
Down where the water-skiers glide

From "Runaround Man" by Motorhead:


Running over land, running over sea
Get on the dog and talk dirty to me

From "Little James" by Oasis:

Sailed out to sea


Your mom, you and me

From "Beautiful Things" by Roxette:

Beautiful things, the sky and the sea


Since you've been gone, no beautiful things
Seems beautiful to me

From "Chasing Ghosts With Alcohol" by Gomez:

Since I lived by the sea


And though we both have been moving
You came back to me

From "Chances" by Roxette:

Like the river will lead the water to the sea,


Take on me, take your chances on me.

From "Sorrow" by Pink Floyd:

Flow dark and troubled to an oily sea


A grim intimation of what is to be

From "Grantchester Meadows" by Pink Floyd:

Laughing as it passes through the endless summer making for the sea.
In the lazy water meadow
I lay me down.
All around me,

From "Biggest Part of Me" by Brian McKnight:

If never step my foot in the sea


I promise you I'll love you forever
You'll always be the biggest part of me

From "Bitter Green" by Gordon Lightfoot:


Some say he was a sailor who died away at sea
Some say he was a prisoner who never was set free

From "If You Believe" by Kenny Loggins:

Over me, to the sea


Love is a pride
Wait for me, wait for me

From "The Girl From Ipanema" by Michael Bolton:

But each day, when she walks to the sea


She looks straight ahead, not at me

From "The Summer Wind" by Michael Bolton:

From across the sea


It lingered there to touch your hair
And walk with me

From "The One Thing" by Michael Bolton:

Timeless as the stars, faithful as the sea


Like the endless risen sun I know you'll be there for me

From "Cry a River" by Amy Grant:

Flood the sea


Cry a river over me

From "It's Only a Paper Moon (1960 Version)" by Ella Fitzgerald:

Sailing over a cardboard sea


But it wouldn't be make-believe
If you believed in me

From "Turn It On" by Kim Wilde:

And the pearls on the bottom of the deep blue sea


The way you deliver you could make me free

From "Turn It On" by Kim Wilde:

Direction failing and my heart at sea


And that look in your eyes meant for me
From "Loving You More" by Kim Wilde:

morning flowing from the sea


It's saying this is the night
to be what you wanna be

From "Isn't This A Lovely Day?" by Ella Fitzgerald:

Leaving me all at sea


The clouds broke
They broke and oh
What a break for me

From "When You Come Back To Me Again" by Garth Brooks:

When You Come Back To Me Again


There's a ship out on the ocean at the mercy of the sea.
It's been tossed about, lost and broken wondering aimlessly.
And God somehow you know that ship is me.

From "Kingdom Of Desire" by Toto:

But as sure as Atlantis sank into the sea


I'm sinking like a stone babe, that's how it's got to be

From "To Make You Feel My Love" by Garth Brooks:

The storms are raging on a rolling sea


And down the highway of regret
The winds of change are blowing wild and free
But you ain't seen nothin' like me yet

From "Endless Sleep" by Billy Idol:

That's why, her foot steps ran down to the sea


That's why, my baby has gone from me

From "Spit In The Face" by Anti-Flag:

(As we set sail across a raging sea)


Unconquerable by reality

From "Endless Sea" by Iggy Pop:

I want to jump into the endless sea


Let it wash all over me

From "Let It Rain" by Newsboys:

As with a word You calmed a raging sea


I have seen You make the wine from water
Mud and water made a blind man see

From "Los Angeles" by Counting Crows:

Oh baby, come on out to the sea


Come on, take a walk down Sunset with me

From "Barely Out of Tuesday" by Counting Crows:

can you see her waiting


there down by the sea
with a hat on,
with her eyes in there looking for me.

From "One Day (At A Time)" by John Lennon:

'Cause I'm the fish and you're the sea


'Cause I'm the apple and you're the tree

From "Dear Yoko" by John Lennon:

Even when I'm miles at sea


And nowhere is the place to be

From "Angela" by John Lennon:

They gave you sea


They gave you everything but the jailhouse key

From "Danko / Manuel" by Drive-By Truckers:

The only pirate on the sea


They say Danko would have sounded just like me

From "Force Of Nature" by Graham Parker:

Coins from the commonwealth, doubloons from the sea


A knife in her boot heel, a bonsai tree
From "I'll Never Play Jacksonville Again" by Graham Parker:

The road was like a river, the fields were like the sea
The thunder clouds were closin' in on me

From "Can't Stop My Heart From Loving You (The Rain Song)" by Aaron Neville:

Can't stop the wind, can't stop the sea


Can't stop the feelin' I feel in me

From "It Feels Like Rain" by Aaron Neville:

Down here where the river meets the sea


In the sticky heat I feel you open up to me

From "Think of Me" by Andrew Lloyd Webber:

Or as unchanging as the sea


But if you can still remember
Stop and think of me

From "Far away Places" by Bing Crosby:

Far away over the sea


Those far away places with the strange soundin' names
Are callin', callin' me

From "Blue Hawaii" by Bing Crosby:

Come with me while the moon is on the sea


The night is young and so are we

From "Be Honest With Me" by Bing Crosby:

Where ever you wander on land or on sea


If you really love me, be honest with me

From "Down So Long" by Sting:

I'm just a faceless body lost in this vast and worthless sea
In a thousand people I do not know
But really they are no different from me
They all have passion
From "Island Of Souls" by Sting:

They launched the great ship out to sea


He felt he'd been left on a desolate shore
To a future he desperately wanted to flee

From "Bad Omen" by Megadeth:

Down fell the stars and they splashed in the sea.


"Mi nomine baphomet," come dance with me.

From "Someone Up There" by Joe Jackson:

Someone up there makes the sun and sea


(Someone up there)
Someone up there brought my girl to me
(Someone up there)

From "No Time For Waiting" by Soul Asylum:

For the river to wash into the sea


And when I reach some understanding
I'm gonna let it wash all over
Wash all over me

From "Ladies In Da House" by Aaliyah:

Talkin', talkin' to my f-f-fellas, across the sea


I heard ya lookin' for a c-c-cutie so it must be me

From "Nothin' 'Bout Love Makes Sense" by LeAnn Rimes:

Like an ocean liner shouldn't float on the sea


A pearl in an oyster or a circus of fleas
Someone so perfect can't be fallin' for me
Oh, nothin' 'bout love makes sense

From "Street Thing" by AALIYAH:

You can swim the deepest sea


But boy I gotta let you know
My love will always be

From "Anything 4 U" by Kirk Franklin:


Climb the highest mountain, I'll swim the deepest sea
Conquer new horizons because You first loved me

From "Call On the Lord" by Kirk Franklin:

Then the Master calmed the sea


I know He came down from Heaven and He rescued me

From "Ringfinger" by Nine Inch Nails:

Ringfinger, promise carved in stone


Deeper than the sea
Ringfinger, sever flesh and bone
And offer it to me

From "With Teeth" by Nine Inch Nails:

Black as sea
And it runs deeper than
You dared to dream it could be

From "The Great Below" by Nine Inch Nails:

Staring at the sea


Will she come?
Is there hope for me
After all is said and done?

From "Leave Me Alone" by New Order:

On a thousand islands in the sea


I see a thousand people just like me

From "Another Pearl (The Fridge Remix)" by Badly Drawn Boy:

There's the sound of the sea


Are you following me?

From "(Back Home Again In) Indiana" by Louis Armstrong:

Over land and sea


Yet a moonbeam on the water
Casts a spell o'er me
A vision fair I see
From "The Thing That Should Not Be" by Metallica:

Hybrid children watch the sea


Pray for Father, roaming free

From "Watcher In The Sky" by Gamma Ray:

I'm watching the sea


Observing the creatures
I am lost set me free

From "Born Free" by Kid Rock:

And I will bow to the shining sea


And celebrate God's grace on thee

From "I Hate You (But You're Interesting)" by Beautiful South:

'Throw yourself into the sea'


I wrote a will for my friends
And this is how it read
'Me, me, me, me, me, me, me'

From "Pearls on a String" by Ryan Adams:

Soft precious and easy under the sea


If you dive down far enough to the bottom
Look around and you will see

From "Not The Only One" by Avril Lavigne:

I don't think so, there's other fish in the sea


Who would love to swim with me

From "Apocalypse In 9, 8" by Genesis:

Dragons coming out of the sea,


Shimmering silver head of wisdom looking at me.

From "Fireside Song" by Genesis:

Whilst water slips into the sea


The father's sad to see it's free
From "Can You Hear The Wind Blow" by Whitesnake:

Over the mountains, across the sea


I know love is waitin’, for you and me

From "Looking for Love" by Whitesnake:

Across the sea


I know love is waiting
I hear it calling to me
Calling my name

From "Beachcombing" by Mark Knopfler:

The tide is running out to sea


Under a darkening sky
The night is falling down on me
And I'm thinking that I should

From "Golden Heart" by Mark Knopfler:

And I'll send you all my promises across the sea


And while we are apart
I will carry the wonder that you gave to me
I'll wear your golden heart and I'll wear your golden heart

From "Jubilee" by Mary Chapin Carpenter:

That we're all like frail boats on the sea


Just scanning the night for that great guiding light
Announcing the jubilee

From "Mrs. Hemingway" by Mary Chapin Carpenter:

Here comes the sea


And love was as new and as bright and as true
When I loved you and you loved me

From "Crying In The Night" by Boyzone:

Wherever I'll be, land or sea


I will care for thee

From "When The Going Gets Tough" by Boyzone:


Darlin', I'll swim any sea
Darlin', I'll reach for the heaven
Darlin', with you lovin' me
Oooh (oooh)

From "Closer And Closer Apart" by Mary Chapin Carpenter:

Now, my sad little boat floats on ou to sea


And you're almost out of sight
I'll remember you
Please don't forget me

From "She Wanted to Leave" by Ween:

Three men's all there were, three men out at sea


Three men came aboard my ship and took my true love from me

From "My Love" by Whitney Houston:

See, my love is deeper than the sea


It's sweeter than a pretty melody
So tell everybody that you're glad you've got me
You can trust in my love, my L O V E

From "All at Once" by Whitney Houston:

All at once I'm drifting on a lonely sea


Wishing you'd come back to me

From "Blowin' In The Wind" by Bobby Darin:

Before it's washed to the sea?


And how many years can some people exist
Before they're allowed to be free?
And how many times can a man turn his head

From "Look For My True Love (LP Version)" by Bobby Darin:

On your way to sea


Won't you look for my true love
And send her on home to me?

From "Hurricane" by Rihanna:

Straight out the Carribean sea


You know you gotta feel me
From "Don't Dream of Anybody But Me" by Bobby Darin:

Or fanning yourself by the sea


Don't dream of anybody but me

From "It's Only A Paper Moon" by Bobby Darin:

Sailin' over a cardboard sea


But it wouldn't be make-believe
If you believed in me

From "Teachers" by Leonard Cohen:

I met a girl across the sea


Her hair, the gold that gold can be

From "Falling In Love With You" by UB 40:

Like a river flows


Surely to the sea
Darling so it goes
Some things are meant to be

From "Father Figure" by George Michael:

I'll be the sea


If you ever hunger
Hunger for me
Whatever you ask for

From "Will the Sun Rise" by Dokken:

In name of liberty we set off to the sea


In the name of glory, fighting to be free

From "Secret" by Audio Adrenaline:

I once was lost in a foaming, roaming, rabid sea


Then blooms blossomed, changed my outlook
Now I've been set free

From "Ring Of Gold" by Bathory:

The endless sky and open sea


I will sail where the Raven will lead me
From "Freeway Time In LA County Jail" by Sublime:

where I throw my net out into the sea,


All the fine hinas come swimming to me.

From "At My Window Sad And Lonely" by Wilco:

I stand and look across the sea


And I sad and lonely wonder
Do you ever think of me?

From "A Shot in the Arm" by Wilco:

We walked along down by the sea


You followed me down the neck to D

From "Gathering Dust" by David Gray:

I must leave this harbour for the sea


I'm too young to settle down and make a home
But I don't know where I'm wanting to be
I just know I have to be there alone

From "When I Look in Your Eyes" by Diana Krall:

I see the deepness of the sea


I see the deepness of the love
The love I feel you feel for me

From "My Love Is" by Diana Krall:

Because my love, my love is a deep blue sea


So deep, so deep that I'll never be free

From "Carrot Cake and Wine" by Stereophonics:

The night is young more fish in the sea


Who's to say she wasn't looking at me?

From "Life in Dark Water" by Al Stewart:

Oh come away from the day, here I stay


Living on the bottom of the sea
Down metal snake corridors steely grey
Engines hum for nobody but me
From "Body Surfing" by Santana:

Ecstasy, sky and the sea


Embracing me

From "Written in Sand" by Santana:

Your eyes are the color of the sea


You look my way and the waves wash over me

From "Stone Flower" by Santana:

Just like a ship out on the sea


floating alone no one around me or beyond me

From "Lie To Me" by Chris Isaak:

There is a woman, far over the sea.


Standing and waiting, praying for me.

From "Mexican Home" by John Prine:

Mama dear, your boy is here far across the sea


Waiting for that sacred core that burns inside of me

From "Just Like Heaven" by Goldfinger:

Above a raging sea


That stole the only girl I loved
And drowned her deep inside of me

From "SWEET ANGEL (ANGEL)" by Jimi Hendrix:

ABOUT THE SWEET LOVE BETWEEN THE MOON AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA
AND WHEN IT WAS TIME FOR HER TO LEAVE SHE SPREAD HER WINGS HIGH
OVER ME

From "Catfish Blues" by Jimi Hendrix:

Swimin' in the, the deep blue sea


I have all you pretty women, fishin' after me

From "Opus Insert" by Kansas:


Moving emotion, it comes like a sea
Washing all over me

From "Look to the Children" by Sister Hazel:

I took a walk by the sea


Nothing else, just for me

From "Albert Fish Was Worse Than Any Fish In The Sea" by Macabre:

Albert was worse than any fish in the sea.


He killed and ate young children and enjoyed it immensely.
Albert, a child eating Fish was he
Who devoured the flesh of kinds because he thought it was tasty.

From "Stand By Me" by Pennywise:

And the mountains crumble to the sea


I won't cry, I won't cry, no, I won't shed a tear
Just as long as you stand, stand by me

From "Final Command" by Slayer:

Screams of terror across the sea


Begging for mercy in their one final plea

From "Two Fine People" by Cat Stevens:

I love you though the time may change and snowmen sleep in the sea
And I really only want you to want me

From "Blown By The Wind" by Alan Parsons Project:

There are footprints by the sea


They head into the distance...
Then they lead right back to me
I made the break to freedom

From "Blown By The Wind" by Alan Parsons Project:

Or just wander out to sea


Wherever your heart leads you
Is the place you're meant to be

From "I Will" by Chris De Burgh:


Where the moon is always riding on the sea;
And when i go i'll leave behind,
These chains that hold me down,
The time has come to set my spirit free,

From "Swallowed In the Sea" by Coldplay:

Not swallowed in the sea


Yeah, you belong with me

From "A Rainy Night In Paris" by Chris De Burgh:

When you're across the sea


Will your heart remember me?"

From "Low" by Coldplay:

The parting of the sea


But you mean more, mean more to me

From "Closer To Heaven" by Alan Parsons Project:

A ship that is sailing way out to the sea


Closer to heaven than you and me

From "Moses (Live)" by Coldplay:

Like moses has power over sea


So you've got a power over me

From "Moses" by Coldplay:

Like Moses has power over sea


So you've got power over me

From "Burning in the Skies" by Linkin Park:

I filled my cup with the rising of the sea


And poured it out in an ocean of debris

From "Achilles, Agony And Ecstasy In Eight Parts" by Manowar:

I'll drive you back to the sea


You came her for gold
The wall will not hold
This day was promised to me

From "Cabo Wabo" by Van Halen:

You know I want to make love in the sea


We gotta try a little dance, so Cabo Wabo
It's alright by me
Come on, let me take you down

From "Cabo Wabo" by Van Halen:

You know I want to make love in the sea


It's all right there
We don't have to chase it
Fits paradise to a T

From "Drawn To The Rhythm" by Sarah McLachlan:

When we wore a heart of stone we wandered to the sea


Hoping to find some comfort there yearning to feel free

From "Come Sail Away" by Styx:

Set an open course for the virgin sea


'Cause I've got to be free

From "I Know How the River Feels" by Diamond Rio:

When it reaches the sea


And finally finds the place
It was always meant to be

From "Come Sail Away" by Styx:

I'm sailing away set an open course for the virgin sea
I've got to be free free to face the life that's ahead of me

From "The Hula Hula Boys" by Warren Zevon:

Down by the sea


She's gone with the hula hula boys
She don't care about me

From "I Cant wait to be with you" by Will Smith:

From the mountain to the valley to the deep blue sea


All I can do is hope and pray that you wanna be with me

From "Egypt (The Chains Are On)" by Dio:

Come and sail on my golden sea


Maybe one day you'll be just like me

From "Holy Diver" by Dio:

You've been down too long in the midnight sea


Oh what's becoming of me

From "Ezra Pound" by Better Than Ezra:

Lay your hands on the sea


You touch the heart with words
Oooh you satisfy me
You satisfy me

From "Anna Molly" by Incubus:

A cloud hangs over this city by the sea,


I watch the ships pass and wonder if she might be,

From "I Want to Be in Love" by Melissa Etheridge:

I have climbed the highest mountain, I have sailed across the sea
I have wrestled with my demons and woke up with only me

From "Take It In" by Sloan:

There's plenty of fish in his sea


It's not the end of the world
Take it from me, you can take from me

From "Red Rain" by Peter Gabriel:

Over me in the red, red sea


Over me

From "Crusader" by Saxon:

To fight with you over the sea


The're calling, they're calling, I have to be there
The Holy Land has to be free
From "Legend of a Girl Child Linda" by Donovan:

And the sound of their laughter is the sound of the green sea
As it washed around the foot of the seashell tree

From "One Good Woman" by Billy Squier:

Over the air-waves, or across the sea


One good woman...she's more than enough for me

From "Happiness Runs" by Donovan:

Thought is like a little boat upon the sea


Everybody is a part of everything anyway
You can have everything if you let yourself be

From "To All the Girls" by Aaron Carter:

To all the girls from here across the sea


I wanna thank you for being good to me

From "Just Call My Name (I'll Be There)" by Blackmore's Night:

I had waited a lifetime, lost on the open sea


Prayin' for an angel to be sent to me, so come to me

From "Ring the Bells" by James:

Now I'm as deep as the sea


When you let me die, my spirit's free

From "Health To The Company" by Blackmore's Night:

And if we should meet again by land or by sea


I will always remember your kindness to me

From "You Never Can Tell With Friends" by Supertramp:

Just one thing I care about, from sea to shining sea


And you know that's the love you give, the love you give to me

From "Downstream" by Supertramp:

Took a boat Sunday, down by the sea


It just felt so nice, you and me

From "Under Jolly Roger" by Therion:

We are the menace, the curse of the sea


We pulverize the men o'war, pay or flee

From "Call On Me" by Janis Joplin:

I need you, darling, like the fish needs the sea


And don't take your sweet, your sweet love from me

From "Morning Sun" by Savatage:

As I stand with the sea


And the ocean she understands
Just the man I could be

From "Paper And Ink" by Tracy Chapman:

Faced towards the sea


Looked to heaven up above
Felt the world revolve around me
No one could tell me otherwise

From "Father" by Yellowcard:

That same boy that stood by the sea


And watched you tower over me

From "Dust In The Wind" by Sarah Brightman:

Same old song, just a drop of water in an endless sea


All we do crumbles to the ground, though we refuse to see

From "Once In A Lifetime" by Sarah Brightman:

Then I feel your sea


Raining down on me

From "New Rose" by Guns N' Roses:

It's kinda strange, like a stormy sea


I don't know why, I don't know why
I guess these things've gotta be
From "Summer Wind" by Lyle Lovett:

Came blowin' in from across the sea


It lingered there
To touch your hair and walk with me

From "Sailor Song" by Regina Spektor:

If I was meant to sail the sea


Why did you make me

From "I'm A-Runnin'" by Rufus Wainwright:

Over valley and sea


I'm a-runnin'
So that you can't catch me
And if the gods are there

From "Future Ain't What It Used to Be" by Meat Loaf:

It's like a shadow on the land and the sea


There's nothing so sad as
A tomorrow gone bad
The future ain't what it used to be

From "Calypso" by Suzanne Vega:

A long time ago I watched him struggle with the sea


I knew that he was drowning and I brought him into me

From "No Cheap Thrill" by Suzanne Vega:

Lamebrain Pete wants to spit in the sea


He's got a cool hand but it isn't for me

From "My Love Grows Deeper Part 1" by Nelly Furtado:

My love grows deeper every day, deep into the sea


But takes a little piece of me, a little piece of me

From "Love Or Money" by Debbie Gibson:

Traveled across the sea


But it didn't mean that much to me
From "Cover Me" by Bebo Norman:

You cover up the sky, You cover up the sea


You cover up the mountains and every part of me

From "Mamaloi" by Doobie Brothers:

But when the wind blow from the sea


My soul start to fly away
She give me charm that will protect me
Necklace with stone from far across the sea

From "Jesus" by Rich Mullins:

That was tossed across a stormy sea


Please teach me how to listen, how to obey
'Cause there's a storm inside of me

From "Captured" by Chris Tomlin:

There on the mighty sea


You spoke of love deep as the ocean
When You spoke of Your love for me

From "Unchained Melody" by Gareth Gates:

Lonely rivers flow to the sea, to the sea


To the open arms of the sea, yeah
Lonely rivers sigh, wait for me, wait for me
I'll be coming home, wait for me

From "Bring Me Home" by Sade:

And send me out to sea


Turn my angry sword against my heart
And let me free

From "I Find Your Love" by Beth Nielsen Chapman:

The sun, the sky, the rolling sea


All conspire to comfort me

From "Cadillac Hotel" by Little Feat:

Where the sunset meets the sea


Everything's for sale
Everything's for free
Sweet mother Mary

From "Digital Sea" by Thrice:

Adrift in an open sea


Caught up in regrets
And tangled in nets
Instead of your arms wrapped around me

From "Forever Paradise" by Undertones:

Who said the tide is turning on the sea ?


A strange love's caught up with me

From "Under The Boardwalk" by Undertones:

Down by the sea


On a blanket with my baby is where I'll be

From "If I Should Fall From Grace With God" by Pogues:

Bury me at sea
Where no murdered ghost can haunt me

From "Lorelei" by Pogues:

Take me down to the sea


For if I perish on these rocks
My love no more I'll see

From "Tangled Up In You" by Staind:

You're the shore when I am lost at sea


You're only thing that I like about me

From "Canada" by FIVE IRON FRENZY:

Run into the sea


Where the marmosets
Can attack me

From "Love Song" by Five For Fighting:

He says, "There's plenty more fish in the sea"


I say, "Don't go away from me"

From "Story Of Your Life" by Five For Fighting:

Every weekend walked her dog beside the sea


In the salt she met a man who knew at once but wait
Is he the one we need him to be?

From "Oh, Canada" by FIVE IRON FRENZY:

I want to be where lemmings run into the sea,


Where the marmosets can attack me.

From "Baby Boy" by Destiny's Child:

The dance floor becomes the sea


Feels like true paradise to me

From "Sexy Music" by Meat Puppets:

Give me the sea


Build a mighty tower
Especially for me

From "Annabel Lee" by Stevie Nicks:

It was many and many a year ago


In a kingdom by the sea
That a maiden lived whom you may know
By the name of Annabel Lee

From "Words Cannot Say" by Adam Brand:

I would sail every sea


There ain't a woman alive who could satisfy
The way you satisfy me
You're the source of my constant joy

From "The Fever Sea" by My Dying Bride:

Takes me through the fever sea


They crawl to me, cry for me

From "Dolphins" by Beth Orton:

I've been searching for the dolphins in the sea


Sometimes I wonder do you ever think of me

From "Learning to Live with Me" by Gary Allan:

You gotta' learn to swim if you can't walk upon the sea
So I'm learning to live with me

From "Feels Like the First Time" by Foreigner:

Would climb any mountain, sail across the stormy sea


If that's what it takes me baby, to show how much you mean to me

From "Feral Children" by Beth Orton:

Try parting the water, crossing the sea


She'll tell you, I can forgive you
But I can't forget you and you won't, you know you won't forget me

From "Prisoner Of Love" by Foreigner:

You lie waiting far across the sea


Wild horses could never stop me

From "At War With The World" by Foreigner:

On the ground, in the air or at sea


They're all pointing a finger at me

From "Across The Rainbow Bridge" by Ayreon:

In an endless sea
The cruel wings of destiny
Carried you away from me
And left a heart unstilled

From "Temporary Peace" by Anathema:

Deep inside the silence, staring out upon the sea


The waves washing over half forgotten memories
Deep within the moment laughter floats upon the breeze
Rising and falling dying down within me

From "Question of Life" by Fishbone:

A disease of clouds formed over the sea


The Angel was cruisin' down so that I could see

From "Lemon Meringue" by Fishbone:

A windless sail and a waterless sea


A rusted ship and a discontinued journey
When will you be what you need to see
Because a mile in your shoes may cause swollen feet

From "Nutt Megalomaniac" by Fishbone:

Meganutt from sea to shinin' sea


Press the button I'm nuttin
All wound up, When the ladies sang
N, U, T, T, M, E, G

From "The One Who Knows" by Dar Williams:

I will take you to the sea


I'll show you how this life became
A miracle to me

From "Elephant Message" by Elephant Man:

Ashes in the water, ashes in the sea


Shizzle mi nizzle, di girls a die over we

From "Lead Or Gold" by Running Wild:

Pounding the sea


Like a storm, wild and free

From "Swatting Files" by Crash Test Dummies:

Here in my little house by the sea


I search for a usable memory but none comes to me

From "Lullaby For Lucifer" by Angra:

On the sand, by the sea


I left my heart to shed my grief
A vulture came begging me:
- Feed me with this piece of meat!

From "Ashes" by Angra:


Lay a mercy on my enemy
I'll forgive them even across the sea
we are such a stuff, as dreams are made on
set me free.

From "As Dreams Go By" by Michael Ball:

The trees and the towers are burning


Fear walks on the sea
My soul in the wasteland is yearning
What does tomorrow hold for me?

From "Cemetery" by Say Anything:

There's a cemetery deep below the sea


There this space is reserved for fools like me

From "B.L.U.T. (Blood-Lust, Under Trance)" by Atrocity:

My inner-self
Is drifting in a red sea
Bizarre and sweet
B. L. U. T.

From "B. L. U. T." by Atrocity:

Is drifting in a red sea


Bizarre and sweet
... B. L. U. T.!!!
Awaiting the next vein

From "I Could Sing Of Your Love Forever" by Delirious?:

Over the mountains and the sea


Your river runs with love for me

From "Psychic Caramel" by Nada Surf:

We will always be the sea


Years will be I, you will see

From "Inanna" by Tea Party:

over the sky and sea


riding the crest of winds
above bringing her back to me
From "One Of You" by Vertical Horizon:

Go somewhere better
Go to the sea
Walk through the desert
Till your love flows over me

From "Coolest" by Lupe Fiasco:

There's more fish in the sea,


I'm on my mission to be, be

From "It Don't Matter Anymore To Me" by Badlees, The:

I climbed up the mountain, i sailed across the sea


But it don't matter anymore to me

From "Breathe" by Oomph!:

Cold dead water, heart attack on the deep black sea


Breathe in
Cold dead water, be as one with me
Follow me

From "Wanted Man" by George Thorogood And The Destroyers:

Or Georgia by the sea


Workin' for some man who may not know who I might be

From "Car Seat (God's Presents)" by Blind Melon:

Far within the silent sea


Even there his hand will lead me

From "God's Presents" by Blind Melon:

far within the giant sea


Even there His hand will leave me

From "The Duke" by Blind Melon:

Out here in nothin' engulfed by the sea


And there's no one here 'cept these fishes and me
From "Love Over Six Centuries" by Eloy:

By body has returned, my mind is all at sea


Will you tell me who you are and where we're meant to be?

From "I Feel Free" by Belinda Carlisle:

We move like the sea


You, you're all I want to know
I feel free
I feel free

From "Mighty Echoes" by Eloy:

Just take a pebble and cast it to the silent sea,


What does happen?
Just have a thought, cry a word or pray a silent plea
Do you know what will happen?

From "Mo Ghile Mear" by Celtic Woman:

Take the tide and face the sea


And find a way to follow me

From "Please Leave" by Jebediah:

You didn't want to come across the sea


Dragged by your hair, it got worse, you got me

From "The Rest Of The Sun Belongs To Me" by Sonata Arctica:

You can do what you want with the sea,


but the rest of the sun belongs to me.

From "Sir Patrick Spens" by Fairport Convention:

They had not sailed upon the sea


A day, a day, but barely three

From "Kill the Messenger" by Shawn Colvin:

And our nets get entwined in the sea


And in time I might find
They still mean something to me
From "Extreme Ways" by Moby:

The colors of my sea


Perfect color me

From "My Home Is The Sea" by Bonnie Prince Billy:

my home is the sea


look not for me

From "Undertow" by Lush:

(Sink my hands into the sea)


Reach your fingers up to me, me

From "Somewhere" by Soundgarden:

Or the sky to sea


Only we're no longer
Allowed to be, to be

From "Master & Everyone" by Bonnie Prince Billy:

Fish in the sea


And another gathers
Roses for me
On this we will agree

From "Ocean" by Lush:

Cool fingertips under the sea


Stay here with me

From "Do You Remember Walter?" by Kinks:

We'd save up all our money and we'd buy a boat and sail away to sea.
But it was not to be.

From "Love With Caution" by Silverstein:

I just want to float through the sea


Are you holding me down? Are you holding me up?
Or are you slowly drowning me?
From "Annabel Lee R.I.P." by MC Lars:

in this kingdom by the sea


But we loved with a love that was more than love see

From "Annabel Lee R.I.P." by MC Lars:

nor the demons down under the sea


can ever dissever my soul from the soul
of the beautiful Annabel Lee
But our love it was stronger by far than the love

From "Ahab" by MC Lars:

Grown up beluga in the deep blue sea


Swims so fast and swims so free

From "Trains and Boats and Planes" by Burt Bacharach:

And if my prayers can cross the sea


The trains and the boats and planes
Will bring you back, back home to me

From "Lovecats" by The Cure:

Into the sea


You and me

From "From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea" by The Cure:

From the edge of the deep green sea


And she listens like her head's on fire
Like she wants to believe in me

From "Feel It Comin' On" by Sara Evans:

Like the stormy sea


Like the flood of tears
Wash over me

From "Look Out Any Window" by Bruce Hornsby:

Close their eyes and let it all out into the sea
Hoping nobody else would see
From "Holding Out For A Hero" by Emery:

Out where the lightning strikes the sea


I can swear that there's someone somewhere watching me

From "Help Save the Youth of America" by Billy Bragg:

And out to the shining sea


This is the land of opportunity
And there's a Monkey Trial on TV

From "Stetson Kennedy" by Billy Bragg:

Dump smathers-dupont in a salty sea


Well, this makes stetson kennedy the man for me

From "Karmageddon (The Suffering Silence)" by Skyclad:

Caught between the Devil and the deep blue sea


I'm not waving - I am drowning (someone rescue me!)

From "Tear Drops" by B5:

Tears running down your face, they fall in the sea


Why you settle for whatever when we 'pose to be?

From "When The Time Has Come" by Huey Lewis And The News:

walls are gonna crumble


and fall into the sea
oh, all men will be humble
that's a guarantee

From "Keep Me" by SHeDAISY:

Where my broken sky reaches to your velvet sea


Will you keep me, will you keep me

From "Back At My Heart" by Natalie Grant:

Maker of Heaven, sky and the sea


When You stretched Your arms
You reached for me, You reached for me
From "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic" by SHeDAISY:

Christ was born across the sea


With a glory in his bosom
That transfigures you and me
As he died to make men holy

From "Forty Days and Forty Nights" by Steppenwolf:

Like a ship out on the stormy sea


I've been prayin' for her every night
That she would come back home to me
Life is love and love is light

From "Heaven Wasn't Built To Hold Me" by Four Year Strong:

You can't part the sea


Heaven wasn't built to hold me

From "Feeling Good" by Michael Buble:

Fish in the sea


You know how I feel
River running free
You know how I feel

From "Summer Wind" by Michael Buble:

From across the sea


It lingered there to touched your hair
And walked with me

From "Funky Pretty" by The Beach Boys:

'Cause it's a silent night in the sea


And if you're cosmic'ly conscious you'll see

From "Home Of The Whale" by Massive Attack:

Oh my love, he works upon the sea


On the waves that blow wild and free

From "Sea Song" by Doves:

Past the city, down to sea


Rush of dream
Leave in peace, let me be

From "Night Shift...Stir It Up" by O.A.R. (Of A Revolution):

I know this lady with eyes as blue as the sea


Now we would sit and stare directly through me

From "Forever Your Girl" by Paula Abdul:

When the mountains crumble into the sea


That's the day someone'll come between you and me

From "Night Of The Seagulls" by Cathedral:

They rise from the sea


At midnight what a prize you see

From "It Amazes Me" by Blossom Dearie:

Consequently if I seem at sea


It amazes me, it simply amazes me

From "Cruel Mistress" by Flogging Molly:

Next time out to sea


Bring enough soul to bury me

From "Serf City" by Adolescents:

The statute of the sea


Marketing Surf City
For some, but not for thee

From "End up Alone" by Nine Days:

Took our picture by the sea,


The ocean waits to carry me.

From "All at Sea" by Jamie Cullum:

I'm all at sea


Where no one can bother me
From "Metal Airplanes" by Matthew Good:

On a plane, somewhere over the sea


Above the rain, the battle sets me free

From "An Evolution Of Horns" by Absu:

By all the endowment of land and sea


By all the might of moon and sun--
As we do will, so mote it be;
Chant the spell, and be it done.

From "(I Can't Help) Falling In Love With You" by UB40:

As a river flows gently to the sea


Darling, so it goes, some things were meant to be

From "Oracabessa Moonshine" by UB40:

The smoke sends out a signal above the golden sea


Another day in Lada Bay is waiting there for me

From "Higher Ground" by UB40:

Leviathan tames angry sea


The flower waits for honeybee

From "Can't Help Falling in Love" by UB40:

Gently to the sea


Darling so we go
Some things were meant to be

From "Stranded" by Plumb:

That drags me out to sea


And I want to be with you
You want to be with me
I'm crashing like a tidal wave

From "With You" by Boston:

Oh, with you, with you, you take me higher


With you, with you, the water's parted the sea
With you, the stars shine much brighter
Fallin' into you, with you, with me

From "At Death's Door" by Enchant:

That guards the blue-green of the sea


I accept the blueprint of the world
That all must pass away that's come to be

From "Feel Like A Number" by Bob Seger:

Head down to the sea


Gonna shout out at the ocean
Hey it's me
And i feel like a number

From "Between" by Bob Seger:

ice falls in the sea


we buy a bigger engine
and say it isn't me

From "Versus" by Ladytron:

Free versus out to sea


Versus versus versus me, versus me

From "Sarah" by Boz Scaggs:

Is gonna run to the sea


Sure as the sun's gonna shine
She's there for me

From "Black Cat Bone" by Laika:

He sang, 'Ships in the ocean rocks in the sea


Blond-headed woman made a fool outta me'

From "Knowing Too Little" by Laika:

Oh, tell it to the river and tell it to the sea


This man's gonna be the death of me

From "It's All Right Here" by Hannah Montana:

And we can choose the desert or the sea


Cause the good times are in front of you and me

From "Embrace Me" by Greg Laswell:

Oh river, won't you take me out into the sea


So I can get a good look back at the land that grounds me

From "Creator King" by Don Moen:

You Who made the mountains and the sea


Measured out the universe and You made me

From "Can't Wait To Be With You" by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince:

From the mountain, to the valley, to the deep blue sea


All I can do is hope and pray, you want to be with me

From "Down By The River" by Des'ree:

Down by the river, down by the sea


Down by the water will you come with me?

From "In Her Arms" by Beseech:

Standing by the sea


Watching her raging waves
Beautiful as she
No one could ever be

From "In My Dreams" by Des'ree:

I was your Queen you were the Captain of my sea


We felt we were the only ones to see

From "Lovers In The Sand" by Bad Boys Blue:

Know it everytime I kissed your lips.


When you're close to me, down by the sea.
Somewhere in the sun.
When I feel your hands touching me.

From "Eternal Wait" by Ensiferum:

Over the forgotten sea


Voice of angel is calling for me
From "Annabelle Lee" by Marissa Nadler:

It was many and many a year ago


In a kingdom by the sea
That a maiden there lived whom you may know
By the name of Annabelle Lee

From "You Were Made For Me" by Sam Cooke:

A boat was made to sail on the sea


As sure as there are stars above
I know, I know you were made for me
You were made for me

From "Puppet Master" by Marissa Nadler:

cobalt and sea


come back to me

From "Lily, Henry, And The Willow Trees" by Marissa Nadler:

Lily was a maiden in the castle sea


They found her in the forest
Where the wild willows be
Lily was a maiden in the castle sea

From "Lily, Henry, And The Willow Trees" by Marissa Nadler:

Lily sang a tune she knew a shanty from the sea


He seized her by her little waist
Against the willow tree

From "Ay Ay Sailor" by Baccara:

Out on the lonely sea


To tiny isle that's in the sun
That's where i love to be

From "True Companion" by Marc Cohn:

I'm gonna swim the sea


There ain't no act of God, girl
Could keep you safe from me

From "The One That Got Away" by Allister:


There's other fish in the sea
But I keep hoping that you'll swim back to me

From "Honey Honey" by Feist:

Honey honey, out on the sea


In the doldrums thinking of me

From "The Water" by Feist:

The harbor becomes the sea


And lighting the house keeps it collision free

From "The Longer The Waiting (The Sweeter The Kiss)" by Anna Ternheim:

And if I surrender my life to the sea


You can marry another it’s alright with me

From "Ease Your Feet In The Sea" by Belle And Sebastian:

Ease you're feet off in the sea


My darling it's the place to be

From "Love the ocean" by Muppets, The:

Come on and love, love, love, love the ocean.


Show respect for the sea.
Be a friend to the water 'cause
It's a friend to you and me.

From "Hello, Young Lovers" by Paul Anka:

Looking on the same blue sea


And I know Tom and I
are a part of them all
And they're all a part of Tom and me

From "Wishing Song" by Muppets, The:

I wish I had a house of stone that looked down on the sea


But most of all I wish that I was someone else but me.

From "Mr. Golden Deal" by Tonic:

You can't control the sea


She will always do as she pleases
It's her nature to be free

From "Trail Of Freedom" by Bill Miller:

Walk the way of my fathers from sea to sea


Oh, can you find America, hear the drums of freedom?
Gonna find it together, walk this trail, walk the trail with me

From "Phenomenal World" by Aztec Camera:

Born on a junk heap in the sea


Cursed with the notion to be free

From "Wormwood" by Fozzy:

Wormwood falls in the sea


Humanity will cease to be

From "Little Bird" by Goldfrapp:

We danced by the sea


The land of blue gold
Is where we were free

From "Sola Christus" by Tourniquet:

Forgotten, cast into the sea


Rightousness ascribed to me

From "Wynken, Blynken And Nod" by Barney:

That live in this beautiful sea


Oh, nets of silver and gold have we"

From "Wynken, Blynken And Nod" by Barney:

Of sailing that beautiful sea


But I shall name you the fishermen three

From "Love Your Shotgun" by Be Your Own Pet:

Thought you were the only fish in the sea


Thought you were the only leaf on my tree
From "If I Lived Under the Sea" by Barney:

If I lived under the sea, sea, sea


I think it would be neat as it could be, be, be

From "Out At The Pictures" by Hot Chip:

Are you at the pictures or out at sea?


It's better this way trust, do you believe me?

From "Calling" by Geri Halliwell:

As she surrenders to the sea


So steal the night and fly with me

From "In The Flesh" by Jurassic 5:

They call me 2-na, as in fish in sea


Self efficiency, that's my mission see

From "Head Over Heels" by Blue Rodeo:

Like waves in the sea


You show myself to me

From "Enigma Of The Absolute" by Dead Can Dance:

Across the sea


Lies the fountain of renewal
Where you will see?
The whole cause of your loneliness

From "Here I Am" by Billy Currington:

Spanish guitars, sand and the sea


And quiet little table and just you and me

From "Place to Be" by Nick Drake:

Now I'm darker than the deepest sea


Just hand me down, give me a place to be

From "Can't Help Falling in Love [Recorded Live at Daytrotter]" by Ingrid Michaelson:
Like a river flows surely to the sea
Darling so it goes
Some things are meant to be
So take my hand, and take my whole life too

From "The Sea" by Morcheeba:

Flocking to the sea


Crowds of people wait for me

From "The Sea" by Morcheeba:

I left my soul there


Down by the sea
I lost control here
Living free

From "Stand by Me" by Ry Cooder:

And the mountain should tumble to the sea


I won't be afraid, I won't shed a tear
Just as long as you stand, stand by me

From "Brundisium" by Augie March:

It's hot in the town with its back to the sea


O darling, don't put your veil over me

From "City Of Rescue" by Augie March:

Wealthy city by the sea


Got no room for people like me

From "Flight" by Hammill Peter:

Too much to drink, for the cup reaches down to the sea;
too much to think, the barometer pressuring me.

From "Men Who Follow The Spring The World' Round" by Augie March:

"I have just returned from the salt salt sea


And all for the love of thee"

From "Didn't Know Where I Was" by Jack Frost:


Torches search the heavens, it's raining out at sea
Everyone has disappeared you keep telling me

From "Sirens In The Deep Sea" by Longwave:

I've been swimming in the deep sea


Sirens come up to greet me

From "Gangsta Nation" by WC:

in the sea
Now tell the truth rappers you don't bow like me

From "Voices In The Sky" by Moody Blues:

I lie awake with the sound of the sea,


Calling to me.

From "Love, Peace & Happiness" by Out Of Eden:

Your love is deep as the ocean, wide as the sea


Your love has my devotion, you get every part of me

From "After You Came" by Moody Blues:

Rising from the sea


We all can see what we shall be

From "Question" by Moody Blues:

And the crashing of the sea


There lies a land I once lived in
And she's waiting there for me
But in the grey of the morning

From "Dawning Is The Day" by Moody Blues:

Flow to the sea


You know where to go
Still we are are free
No one tells the wind which way to blow

From "What Am I Doing Here?" by Moody Blues:

Stares out across the sea


Alone in her castle dark and grey
Her love she'll never see
"What am I doin' here?"

From "Hearts" by Barnabas:

Small town misconceptions of Eden by the sea


Foggy dreams of youth explode in stark reality

From "If Love Brings Love" by Barnabas:

Awoke before dawn to follow


Any river to the sea
The sound of the waves was hollow
Like the feeling in me

From "Driftwood" by Moody Blues:

Here I am,
Staring out to sea.
Wondering if you'll
Ever come back to me.

From "Chelsea Smile" by Bring Me the Horizon:

They hold us down like anchors. They drown us out at sea.


I look up to the sky, there may be nothing there to see.

From "Crucify Me" by Bring Me the Horizon:

I am an ocean, I am the sea,


There is a world inside of me.

From "Life To Me" by ZOEgirl:

Where earth and wind, and sky and sea


Could never match Your majesty
From where I stand, I'm crying out
Jesus, You are life to me

From "Bonnie Taylor Shakedown 2K1" by Hellogoodbye:

My Bonnie lies over the sea


And every night at 2 a.m.
I wonder why can't she lie close to me
From "All I See Is Your Face" by Dan Hill:

Just staring at the sea


I wanna hold him like a broken doll
Ask him if he's lonely like me

From "Unchained Melody" by David Phelps:

To the open arms of the sea


Lonely rivers sigh, wait for me, wait for me

From "i'll never get over you getting over you" by Bellefire:

long as the rivers run to the sea


i'll never get over you gettin' over me

From "Baby Be Mine" by White Lion:

And dove the deepest sea


Then would I find you waiting there for me

From "St. Louis Blues" by Bessie Smith:

He's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea


Or else he wouldn't have gone so far from me

From "Shipwreck Blues" by Bessie Smith:

It's rainin', it's stormin' on the sea


I feel like somebody has shipwrecked poor me

From "Sometimes Love" by Chris Rice:

Opened eyes and soothed an angry sea


Belong to a Man who could see our deepest need
And showed us love the way it has to be

From "To The Sea" by Razorlight:

Ohh darling to the sea


Yea, what about me?

From "Fine Time" by Eraserheads:


My heart sings to the sea
I'm always anxious when we kiss on me

From "Jeb Rand" by Bedouin Soundclash:

Orphaned boy coming from ships across the sea


Memory is what you know not what you see

From "Any Woman's Blues" by Bessie Smith:

My man's got teeth like a lighthouse on the sea


And ev'rytime he smiles he throws them lights on me

From "Made For Glory" by Landon Pigg:

Like a thistle on a tree, like the sparkle on the sea


You were made for glory
And it's no wonder why you're here
For all to see

From "Lost Love" by Golden Smog:

Lost love on the sea


You can put it behind you
But it's still beyond me

From "Natural Law" by Horse:

Under the mantle of the stars,


By the slow waves of the sea,
On a bank of sand we fell
Like fruit from a laden tree.

From "Rise Above The Storming Sea" by Ablaze My Sorrow:

Rise above the storming sea


Come forth and unite with me

From "Manateen" by Horse The Band:

And beneath the sea


I give up and I descend
And I'm finally free

From "Over and Over" by Wilson Phillips:


Hey, we're movin' like the sea
(Can you take me, can you take me?)

From "Around the Plynth" by Faces:

Water down the drain goes to the sea


The pattern of my life keeps a-haunting me

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You lack the season of all natures, sleep. Macbeth: III, iv
With sun and moon, with earth and sea's rich gems,
Sonnets: XXI
The seaside, browsing of ivy. good luck, an't be thy
The Winter's Tale: III, iii
Now would I give a thousand furlongs of sea for an
The Tempest: I, i
Flowers o' the season
The Winter's Tale: IV, iv
The multitudinous seas in incarnadine,
Macbeth: II, ii
Than the sea-monster!
King Lear: I, iv
Never, iago: like to the pontic sea,
Othello: III, iii
More tricks with falstaff: his dissolute disease will
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, iii
From youth of such a season, 'fore noble lucius
Cymbeline: III, iv
Even the billows of the sea,
King Henry VIII: III, i
When mercy seasons justice. therefore, jew,
Merchant of Venice: IV, i
What a drunken knave was the sea to cast thee in our
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, i
To season love, that of it doth not taste!
Romeo and Juliet: II, iii
The water of my land, find her disease,
Macbeth: V, iii
The sun that sear'd the wings of my sweet boy
King Henry VI, part III: V, vi
Of plagues, of dearths, or seasons' quality;
Sonnets: XIV
Marry, we'll search.
All's Well that Ends Well: IV, iii
Make use of thy salt hours: season the slaves
Timon of Athens: IV, iii
In process of the seasons have I seen,
Sonnets: CIV
If aught of woe or wonder, cease your search.
Hamlet: V, ii
Had witchcraft in't; he grew unto his seat;
Hamlet: IV, vii
Did slay this fortinbras; who by a seal'd compact,
Hamlet: I, i
Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased,
Macbeth: V, iii
Before the curing of a strong disease,
King John: III, iv
Are words and poor conditions, but unseal'd,
All's Well that Ends Well: IV, ii
You, it is the disease of not listening, the malady
King Henry IV, part II: I, ii
You wish me health in very happy season;
King Henry IV, part II: IV, ii
With tears as salt as sea, through thy unkindness:
King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
With language that would make me spurn the sea,
Cymbeline: V, v
With his disease of all-shunn'd poverty,
Timon of Athens: IV, ii
With half windsor at his heels, to search for such a
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, iii
Will fight with him by sea.
Antony and Cleopatra: III, vii
Whom thus we stray to find, and the sea mocks
The Tempest: III, iii
Which with experimental seal doth warrant
Much Ado About Nothing: IV, i
Whether in sea or fire, in earth or air,
Hamlet: I, i
When our sea-walled garden, the whole land,
King Richard II: III, iv
Went to sea with the ten commandments, but scraped
Measure for Measure: I, ii
Weighing the youthful season of the year.
Julius Caesar: II, i
Until his very downfall in the sea:
Titus Andronicus: V, ii
To the wet sea-boy in an hour so rude,
King Henry IV, part II: III, i
To the sea-side, and put his cause and quarrel
King John: V, vii
To the sea-monster: I stand for sacrifice
Merchant of Venice: III, ii
To seal her father's eyes up close as oak-
Othello: III, iii
To sea again. let's be revenged on him: let's
Merry Wives of Windsor: II, i
To painful labour both by sea and land,
The Taming of the Shrew: V, ii
To his grand sea.
Antony and Cleopatra: III, xii
To a strong mast that lived upon the sea;
Twelfth Night: I, ii
Though the seas threaten, they are merciful;
The Tempest: V, i
Thou that wast seal'd in thy nativity
King Richard III: I, iii
Thou hast seal'd up my expectation:
King Henry IV, part II: IV, v
This princess of pure white, this seal of bliss!
A Midsummer Night's Dream: III, ii
This precious stone set in the silver sea,
King Richard II: II, i
These mouths, who but of late, earth, sea, and air,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: I, iv
The wild sea of my conscience, I did steer
King Henry VIII: II, iv
The sea or weather.
The Winter's Tale: III, iii
The people love me, and the sea is mine;
Antony and Cleopatra: II, i
The other three are sealing. octavia weeps
Antony and Cleopatra: III, ii
The mountain or the sea, the day or night,
Sonnets: CXIII
The king's disease--my project may deceive me,
All's Well that Ends Well: I, i
The great contention of the sea and skies
Othello: II, i
The fish lives in the sea, and 'tis much pride
Romeo and Juliet: I, iii
The empire of the sea: our slippery people,
Antony and Cleopatra: I, ii
That you frame the season for your own harvest.
Much Ado About Nothing: I, iii
That when the sea was calm all boats alike
Coriolanus: IV, i
That the rude sea grew civil at her song
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
That bastes his arrogance with his own seam
Toilus and Cressida: II, iii
Than empty tigers or the roaring sea.
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
Tempests themselves, high seas, and howling winds,
Othello: II, i
Sleep his seat on thy eyelid:
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, ii
Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea,
Sonnets: LXV
seal up your lips, and give no words but mum:
King Henry VI, part II: I, ii
seal'd in my function, by my testimony:
Twelfth Night: V, i
Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
Hamlet: III, i
Or say 'tis not your seal, nor your invention:
Twelfth Night: V, i
Of this poor infant, this fresh-new sea-farer,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, i
Of this diseased opinion, and betimes;
The Winter's Tale: I, ii
Of the table on the left hand; a seat being left
King Henry VIII: V, iii
Of the sea-water green, sir.
Love's Labour's Lost: I, ii
Of the ravin'd salt-sea shark,
Macbeth: IV, i
My heart this covenant makes, my hand thus seals it.
King Richard II: II, iii
My fears forgetting manners, to unseal
Hamlet: V, ii
Mount, mount, my soul! thy seat is up on high;
King Richard II: V, v
Make glad and sorry seasons as thou fleets,
Sonnets: XIX
In time will find their fit rewards. that seal,
King Henry VIII: III, ii
In the rank sweat of an enseamed bed,
Hamlet: III, iv
In a wide sea of wax: no levell'd malice
Timon of Athens: I, i
If the winds rage, doth not the sea wax mad,
Titus Andronicus: III, i
If the sea's stomach be o'ercharged with gold,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, ii
If it hath ruffian'd so upon the sea,
Othello: II, i
I seal upon the lips of this sweet babe.
King Henry VI, part III: V, vii
I hope so: go and search.
Cymbeline: II, iii
I cannot name the disease; and it is caught
The Winter's Tale: I, ii
He did unseal them: and the first he view'd,
King Henry VIII: III, ii
He could so quickly cut the ionian sea,
Antony and Cleopatra: III, vii
Forbid the sea for to obey the moon
The Winter's Tale: I, ii
For your great seats now quit you of great shames.
King Henry V: III, v
For this from stiller seats we came,
Cymbeline: V, iv
For that which longer nurseth the disease,
Sonnets: CXLVII
For in thy shoulder do I build my seat,
King Henry VI, part III: II, vi
For a search, and away went I for foul clothes. but
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, v
Farewell: my blessing season this in thee!
Hamlet: I, iii
Diseases in our bodies: I must perforce
Antony and Cleopatra: V, i
Deliberate pause: diseases desperate grown
Hamlet: IV, iii
Come, give me your flowers, ere the sea mar it.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, i
But the disease is incurable. go bear this letter
King Henry IV, part II: I, ii
But since he's gone, the king's seas must please:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: I, iii
But if thy flight lay toward the raging sea,
King Lear: III, iv
But I say, 'tis the bee's wax; for I did but seal
King Henry VI, part II: IV, ii
But for achilles, mine own searching eyes
Toilus and Cressida: IV, v
Bids the winds blow the earth into the sea,
King Lear: III, i
As thou canst yield a melancholy seat!
King Richard III: IV, iv
As the shrouds make at sea in a stiff tempest,
King Henry VIII: IV, i
As that vast shore wash'd with the farthest sea,
Romeo and Juliet: II, ii
As many fresh streams meet in one salt sea;
King Henry V: I, ii
As in revenge, have suck'd up from the sea
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
As if a channel should be call'd the sea,--
King Henry VI, part III: II, ii
As are the swelling adriatic seas:
The Taming of the Shrew: I, ii
And so espoused to death, with blood he seal'd
King Henry V: IV, vi
And I unto the sea from whence I came.
King Henry VI, part III: I, i
A sea of melting pearl, which some call tears:
The Two Gentlemen of Verona: III, i
A gentleman bearing the purse, with the great seal,
King Henry VIII: II, iv
'tis time to give 'em physic, their diseases
King Henry VIII: I, iii
You shall not seal to such a bond for me:
Merchant of Venice: I, iii
You have not dared to break the holy seal
The Winter's Tale: III, ii
Write upon't, read it, afterwards seal it, and again
Macbeth: V, i
Would have searched it; but fate, ordaining he
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, v
With my master's ship? why, it is at sea.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona: III, i
With tearful eyes add water to the sea
King Henry VI, part III: V, iv
With eye-offending brine: all this to season
Twelfth Night: I, i
With due observance of thy godlike seat,
Toilus and Cressida: I, iii
With aptness of the season; make denials
Cymbeline: II, iii
Wilt thou spit all thyself? the seaman's whistle
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, i
Will well become the seat of majesty,
King Richard III: III, vii
Will cheer me ever, or disseat me now.
Macbeth: V, iii
Why, so it would have done at the same season, if
King Henry IV, part I: III, i
Why, his masculine whore. now, the rotten diseases
Toilus and Cressida: V, i
Whose shouts and claps out-voice the deep mouth'd sea,
King Henry V: IV, viii
Whom after under the confession's seal
King Henry VIII: I, ii
Who, newly in the seat, that it may know
Measure for Measure: I, ii
Who, inward search'd, have livers white as milk;
Merchant of Venice: III, ii
Who told me, in the narrow seas that part
Merchant of Venice: II, viii
Who went with him to search bassanio's ship.
Merchant of Venice: II, viii
Who only by misfortune of the seas
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, iii
Which your own coffers yield! with diseased ventures
Cymbeline: I, vi
Which your disease requires.
King Henry VIII: I, i
Which was the model of that danish seal;
Hamlet: V, ii
Which makes her seat of belmont colchos' strand,
Merchant of Venice: I, i
Which being sealed interchangeably,
King Henry IV, part I: III, i
Which three till now never kept seat in one.
Sonnets: CV
Which their own conscience seal'd them--laying by
Cymbeline: III, vi
Which seasons comfort. who may this be? fie!
Cymbeline: I, vi
Which leaves itself: to the sea-side straightway:
Antony and Cleopatra: III, xi
Which almost burst to belch it in the sea.
King Richard III: I, iv
Where we left him, on the sea. we there him lost;
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, vi
Where the disease is violent. lay hands upon him,
Coriolanus: III, i
Where is he living, clipp'd in with the sea
King Henry IV, part I: III, i
Where I must take like seat unto my fortune,
King Henry VI, part III: III, iii
Where every god did seem to set his seal,
Hamlet: III, iv
When the sea is. hence! what cares these roarers
The Tempest: I, i
When I have deck'd the sea with drops full salt,
The Tempest: I, ii
When he was seated in a chariot
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, iv
When he is fit and season'd for his passage?
Hamlet: III, iii
What from the cape can you discern at sea?
Othello: II, i
What fool hath added water to the sea,
Titus Andronicus: III, i
What's the disease he means?
Macbeth: IV, iii
What's in't is precious; if you are sick at sea,
Cymbeline: III, iv
What seal is that, that hangs without thy bosom?
King Richard II: V, ii
What raging of the sea! shaking of earth!
Toilus and Cressida: I, iii
What harm a wind too great at sea might do.
Merchant of Venice: I, i
What disease hast thou?
King Henry IV, part II: III, ii
Were red-hot steel, to sear me to the brain!
King Richard III: IV, i
Well, well; as for him, he brought his disease
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, ii
Well have we pass'd and now repass'd the seas
King Henry VI, part III: IV, vii
We never valued this poor seat of england;
King Henry V: I, ii
We first put out to sea.
The Tempest: V, i
We all were sea-swallow'd, though some cast again,
The Tempest: II, i
We'll speak with thee at sea: at land, thou know'st
Antony and Cleopatra: II, vi
We'll quickly hoise duke humphrey from his seat.
King Henry VI, part II: I, i
We'll slip you for a season; but our jealousy
Cymbeline: IV, iii
We kill the fowl of season: shall we serve heaven
Measure for Measure: II, ii
Was there ever any man thus beaten out of season,
The Comedy of Errors: II, ii
Was I for this nigh wreck'd upon the sea
King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
Was by the rough seas reft of ships and men,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, iii
Was our sea-fight; and what to this was sequent
Hamlet: V, ii
Upon thy foul disease. revoke thy doom;
King Lear: I, i
Upon the wild sea banks and waft her love
Merchant of Venice: V, i
Upon the valleys, whose low vassal seat
King Henry V: III, v
Upon his will I seal'd my hard consent:
Hamlet: I, ii
Under your hands and seals: therefore, go on:
King Henry VIII: II, iv
Together with the seal o' the senate, what
Coriolanus: V, vi
To the same diseases, healed by the same means,
Merchant of Venice: III, i
To see this gracious season.
Cymbeline: V, v
To search you out.
Othello: I, ii
To search the secret treasons of the world:
King Henry VI, part III: V, ii
To seal the accuser's lips. get thee glass eyes;
King Lear: IV, vi
To seal our happiness with their consents!
The Two Gentlemen of Verona: I, iii
To seal love's bonds new-made, than they are wont
Merchant of Venice: II, vi
To render up the great seal presently
King Henry VIII: III, ii
To hear the sea-maid's music.
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
To give them seals never, my soul, consent!
Hamlet: III, ii
To cry to the sea that roar'd to us, to sigh
The Tempest: I, ii
To cross the seas to england and be crown'd
King Henry VI, part I: V, v
To cross the seas and to be crown'd in france:
King Henry VI, part I: III, i
To carry into flanders the great seal.
King Henry VIII: III, ii
To be diseased ere that there was true needing.
Sonnets: CXVIII
To a most dangerous sea; the beauteous scarf
Merchant of Venice: III, ii
To shield thee from diseases of the world;
King Lear: I, i
To richmond, in those parts beyond the sea
King Richard III: IV, ii
To penetrative shame, whilst the wheel'd seat
Antony and Cleopatra: IV, xiv
Till we have done at sea. do not exceed
Antony and Cleopatra: III, viii
Till thou canst rail the seal from off my bond,
Merchant of Venice: IV, i
Till the rough seas, that spare not any man,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, i
Till he unseam'd him from the nave to the chaps,
Macbeth: I, ii
Thy brother edward, and thyself the sea
King Henry VI, part III: V, vi
Thy honour, state and seat is due to me.
King Richard III: I, iii
Thy crown does sear mine eye-balls. and thy hair,
Macbeth: IV, i
Thy burden at the sea, and call'd marina
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, iii
Thus we set on, camillo, to the sea-side.
The Winter's Tale: IV, iv
Thus have we swept suspicion from our seat
King Henry VI, part III: V, vii
Thus out of season, threading dark-eyed night:
King Lear: II, i
Thus by apollo's great divine seal'd up,
The Winter's Tale: III, i
Though now you have no sea-cap on your head.
Twelfth Night: III, iv
Thou that wast born at sea, buried at tarsus,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, i
Thou know'st that all my fortunes are at sea;
Merchant of Venice: I, i
Thou counterfeit'st a bark, a sea, a wind;
Romeo and Juliet: III, v
Thou art always figuring diseases in me; but thou
Measure for Measure: I, ii
Thou disease of a friend, and not himself!
Timon of Athens: III, i
This earth of majesty, this seat of mars,
King Richard II: II, i
This seal'd-up counsel. there's thy guerdon; go.
Love's Labour's Lost: III, i
This part of his conjoins with my disease,
King Henry IV, part II: IV, v
This paper, thus seal'd up; and, I am sure,
Julius Caesar: II, i
This many summers in a sea of glory,
King Henry VIII: III, ii
This garment through the rough seams of the waters:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, i
This disease is beyond my practise: yet I have known
Macbeth: V, i
This castle hath a pleasant seat; the air
Macbeth: I, vi
Think the frenchman became his surety and sealed
Merchant of Venice: I, ii
Think I keep thieves in my house? I have searched,
King Henry IV, part I: III, iii
Things growing are not ripe until their season
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, ii
There let him sink, and be the seas on him!
King Richard III: IV, iv
There is my gage, the manual seal of death,
King Richard II: IV, i
There's letters seal'd: and my two schoolfellows,
Hamlet: III, iv
There roar'd the sea, and trumpet-clangor sounds.
King Henry IV, part II: V, v
Then, tell me, what doth he upon the sea?
King Richard III: IV, iv
Then to sea, boys, and let her go hang!
The Tempest: II, ii
Then must my sea be moved with her sighs;
Titus Andronicus: III, i
Their preparation is to-day by sea;
Antony and Cleopatra: IV, x
The town is empty; on the brow o' the sea
Othello: II, i
The seasons change their manners, as the year
King Henry IV, part II: IV, iv
The seasons alter: hoary-headed frosts
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
The seas wax'd calm, and we discovered
The Comedy of Errors: I, i
The seas and winds, old wranglers, took a truce
Toilus and Cressida: II, ii
The sea, with such a storm as his bare head
King Lear: III, vii
The sea, hold notwithstanding their freshness and
The Tempest: II, i
The sea will ebb and flow, heaven show his face;
Love's Labour's Lost: IV, iii
The sea was my sister drowned.
Twelfth Night: II, i
The sea enraged is not half so deaf,
King John: II, i
The sea all water, yet receives rain still
Sonnets: CXXXV
The nature of our seats and make the rabble
Coriolanus: III, i
The imperious seas breed monsters, for the dish
Cymbeline: IV, ii
The imperial seat, to virtue consecrate,
Titus Andronicus: I, i
The ground is bloody; search about the churchyard:
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
The doors of breath, seal with a righteous kiss
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
The death of the king's disease.
All's Well that Ends Well: I, i
The dauphin hath prevail'd beyond the seas;
King Henry VI, part II: I, iii
The close earth wombs or the profound sea hides
The Winter's Tale: IV, iv
The supreme seat, the throne majestical,
King Richard III: III, vii
The seat of gaunt, dukedom of lancaster:
King Henry IV, part I: V, i
The seasons' difference, as the icy fang
As You Like It: II, i
The search,
Cymbeline: III, iii
The seal I keep: and so betide to me
King Richard III: II, iv
The sealing-day betwixt my love and me,
A Midsummer Night's Dream: I, i
The seal'd-up oracle, by the hand deliver'd
The Winter's Tale: III, ii
The sea-tost pericles appears to speak.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, v
The sea's a thief, whose liquid surge resolves
Timon of Athens: IV, iii
The rightful heir to england's royal seat.
King Henry VI, part II: V, i
The pretty-vaulting sea refused to drown me,
King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
The fits o' the season. I dare not speak
Macbeth: IV, ii
The empress sends it thee, thy stamp, thy seal,
Titus Andronicus: IV, ii
The dashing rocks thy sea-sick weary bark!
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
The beacon of the wise, the tent that searches
Toilus and Cressida: II, ii
That you should seal this lawless bloody book
King Henry IV, part II: IV, i
That will not be deep-search'd with saucy looks:
Love's Labour's Lost: I, i
That when the searching eye of heaven is hid,
King Richard II: III, ii
That thou mightst think upon these by the seal,
King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
That seeks not to find that her search implies,
All's Well that Ends Well: I, iii
That never knew what truth meant: I now seal it;
King Henry VIII: II, i
That mercy does, for calumny will sear
The Winter's Tale: II, i
That looks so many fathoms to the sea
Hamlet: I, iv
That I was shipp'd at sea, I well remember,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, iv
That he was fain to seal on cupid's name.
Love's Labour's Lost: V, ii
That's seal'd in approbation? you, lord escalus,
Measure for Measure: V, i
That warmer days would come: in these sear'd hopes,
Cymbeline: II, iv
That turn'd your wit the seamy side without,
Othello: IV, ii
That threw her in the sea. make a fire within:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, ii
That spits forth death and mountains, rocks and seas,
King John: II, i
That rheumatic diseases do abound:
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
That ran through caesar's bowels, search this bosom.
Julius Caesar: V, iii
That beetles o'er his base into the sea,
Hamlet: I, iv
Than you expect: unseal this letter soon;
Merchant of Venice: V, i
Than stamps in gold or sums in sealed bags;
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, iv
Taught to find me? the search, sir, was profitable;
All's Well that Ends Well: II, iv
Take I your wish, I leap into the seas,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, iv
Such as seafaring men provide for storms;
The Comedy of Errors: I, i
Subdued the saxons, and did seat the french
King Henry V: I, ii
Sorrow breaks seasons and reposing hours,
King Richard III: I, iv
Some, of beguiling virgins with the broken seals of
King Henry V: IV, i
Some say that ever 'gainst that season comes
Hamlet: I, i
Some report a sea-maid spawned him; some, that he
Measure for Measure: III, ii
So, now you're fairly seated. gentlemen,
King Henry VIII: I, iv
So soon did lose his seat and all at once
King Henry V: I, i
So slackly guarded, and the search so slow,
Cymbeline: I, i
So season'd with your faithful love to me.
King Richard III: III, vii
So cares and joys abound, as seasons fleet.
King Henry VI, part II: II, iv
Sit still, and hear the last of our sea-sorrow.
The Tempest: I, ii
Sir, your queen must overboard: the sea works high,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, i
Should make a start o'er seas and vanquish you?
King Henry VI, part II: IV, viii
Shed seas of tears and ne'er be satisfied!
King Henry VI, part III: II, v
She carved thee for her seal, and meant thereby
Sonnets: XI
Shall I search the market?
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, ii
Shall fall you for refusing him at sea,
Antony and Cleopatra: III, vii
Shall stay with us: order for sea is given;
Antony and Cleopatra: IV, x
Shall cross the seas, and bid false edward battle;
King Henry VI, part III: III, iii
See, what a grace was seated on this brow;
Hamlet: III, iv
search windsor castle, elves, within and out:
Merry Wives of Windsor: V, v
search the market narrowly; mytilene is full of
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, ii
search out thy wit for secret policies,
King Henry VI, part I: III, iii
search for a jewel that too casually
Cymbeline: II, iii
search every acre in the high-grown field,
King Lear: IV, iv
seals of love, but sealed in vain, sealed in vain.
Measure for Measure: IV, i
seals a commission to a blank of danger;
Toilus and Cressida: III, iii
seal up the ship-boy's eyes, and rock his brains
King Henry IV, part II: III, i
seal up the mouth of outrage for a while,
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
seal'd up the doors, and would not let us forth;
Romeo and Juliet: V, ii
seal what I end withal! this double worship,
Coriolanus: III, i
sea-sick, I think, coming from muscovy.
Love's Labour's Lost: V, ii
sea-sick, and himself little better, extremity of
The Winter's Tale: V, ii
sea mocked them; and how the poor gentleman roared
The Winter's Tale: III, iii
sea again; lay her off.
The Tempest: I, i
Save in aspect, hath all offence seal'd up;
King John: II, i
Sail seas in cockles, have an wish but for't;
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, iv
Run into, in that it is a thing of his own search
As You Like It: I, i
Robs the vast sea: the moon's an arrant thief,
Timon of Athens: IV, iii
Rid all the sea of pirates; then, to send
Antony and Cleopatra: II, vi
Richer than sea and land? o, theft most base,
Toilus and Cressida: II, ii
Reveal how thou at sea didst lose thy wife:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, i
Repeat their semblance often on the seas,
King Henry VI, part I: V, iii
Raise up the montagues: some others search:
Romeo and Juliet: V, iii
Poor ignorant baubles!-- upon our terrible seas,
Cymbeline: III, i
Past the mid season.
The Tempest: I, ii
Pardon us, sir; with us at sea it hath been still
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, i
Our peace we'll ratify; seal it with feasts.
Cymbeline: V, v
Our lodgings, standing bleak upon the sea,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: III, ii
Our frustrate search on land. well, let him go.
The Tempest: III, iii
Our fortune on the sea is out of breath,
Antony and Cleopatra: III, x
Or, as it were, the pageants of the sea,
Merchant of Venice: I, i
Or rather a disease that's in my flesh,
King Lear: II, iv
Or in the beached margent of the sea,
A Midsummer Night's Dream: II, i
Or as sweet-season'd showers are to the ground;
Sonnets: LXXV
One foot in sea and one on shore,
Much Ado About Nothing: II, iii
Once, in a sea-fight, 'gainst the count his galleys
Twelfth Night: III, iii
Once more search with me.
Merry Wives of Windsor: IV, ii
On such a full sea are we now afloat;
Julius Caesar: IV, iii
On like conditions, will have counter-seal'd.
Coriolanus: V, iii
Of sea and land, which can distinguish 'twixt
Cymbeline: I, vi
Of pericles the careful search,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, v
Of forged rebellion with a seal divine
King Henry IV, part II: IV, i
Of feather'd cupid seal with wanton dullness
Othello: I, iii
O, may diseases only work upon't!
Timon of Athens: III, i
O, he's a limb that has but a disease;
Coriolanus: III, i
O noble emperor, do not fight by sea;
Antony and Cleopatra: III, vii
O lord, sir! I am a diseased man.
King Henry IV, part II: III, ii
O lord, he will hang upon him like a disease: he
Much Ado About Nothing: I, i
Now, sir, to you, that were so hot at sea,
King Henry VI, part I: III, iv
Now, by my seat's right royal majesty,
King Richard II: II, i
Now, princely buckingham, seal thou this league
King Richard III: II, i
Now to the bottom dost thou search my wound:
Titus Andronicus: II, iii
Now thou art seal'd the son of chivalry?
King Henry VI, part I: IV, vi
Now sways it this way, like a mighty sea
King Henry VI, part III: II, v
Now sways it that way, like the selfsame sea
King Henry VI, part III: II, v
Now must your conscience my acquaintance seal,
Hamlet: IV, vii
Now am I seated as my soul delights,
King Henry VI, part III: V, vii
Now stops thy spring; my sea sha$l suck them dry,
King Henry VI, part III: IV, viii
Now doth it turn and ebb back to the sea,
King Henry IV, part II: V, ii
Not all the water in the rough rude sea
King Richard II: III, ii
Not what's spent in the search: why, thou loss upon
Merchant of Venice: III, i
Norfolk, surrey, chamberlain, gardiner, seat
King Henry VIII: V, iii
Nay, come, your hands and lips must seal it too:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, v
Nay, follow him, gentlemen; see the issue of his search.
Merry Wives of Windsor: III, iii
My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
Romeo and Juliet: II, ii
My thumb, and shortly will I seal with him. come away.
King Henry IV, part II: IV, iii
My sea-gown scarf'd about me, in the dark
Hamlet: V, ii
My playfellow, your hand; this kingly seal
Antony and Cleopatra: III, xiii
More fell than anguish, hunger, or the sea!
Othello: V, ii
Methought I sat in seat of majesty
King Henry VI, part II: I, ii
Me, 'as jealous as ford, chat searched a hollow
Merry Wives of Windsor: IV, ii
May see the sea hath cast upon your coast.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, i
Marvel how the fishes live in the sea.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, i
Make you a wholesome answer; my wit's diseased: but,
Hamlet: III, ii
Make the sea serve them, which they ear and wound
Antony and Cleopatra: I, iv
Make the diseases, doll: we catch of you, doll, we
King Henry IV, part II: II, iv
Mad as the sea and wind, when both contend
Hamlet: IV, i
Lords of the wide world and wild watery seas,
The Comedy of Errors: II, i
Look you, sir, here is the hand and seal of the
Measure for Measure: IV, ii
Long mayst thou live in richard's seat to sit,
King Richard II: IV, i
Like an unseasonable stormy day,
King Richard II: III, ii
Like a great sea-mark, standing every flaw,
Coriolanus: V, iii
Like a full soldier. let's to the seaside, ho!
Othello: II, i
Lies the true proof of men: the sea being smooth,
Toilus and Cressida: I, iii
Lie where the light foam the sea may beat
Timon of Athens: IV, iii
Let us be back'd with god and with the seas
King Henry VI, part III: IV, i
Let me unseal the letter.
King Lear: IV, v
Let's whip these stragglers o'er the seas again;
King Richard III: V, iii
Lest this great sea of joys rushing upon me
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: V, i
Lead to the sagittary the raised search;
Othello: I, i
Lead off this ground; and let's make further search
The Tempest: II, i
Last time he searched for him, in a basket; protests
Merry Wives of Windsor: IV, ii
Knew that we ventured on such dangerous seas
King Henry IV, part II: I, i
Itself with strength: seal then, and all is done.
Antony and Cleopatra: IV, xiv
It is the show and seal of nature's truth,
All's Well that Ends Well: I, iii
It gives a very echo to the seat
Twelfth Night: II, iv
Is to be made, then shall this hand and seal
King John: IV, ii
Is now again thwarting the wayward seas,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, iv
Is no mean happiness therefore, to be seated in the
Merchant of Venice: I, ii
Is fall'n into the sear, the yellow leaf;
Macbeth: V, iii
Is crept into the bosom of the sea;
King Henry VI, part II: IV, i
Is come on shore: the moor himself at sea,
Othello: II, i
Into this sea of air.
Timon of Athens: IV, ii
Into the sea! and, other times, to see
King Henry IV, part II: III, i
Into a pit of ink, that the wide sea
Much Ado About Nothing: IV, i
Incensed the seas and shores, yea, all the creatures,
The Tempest: III, iii
In the seat royal of this famous isle?
King Richard III: III, i
In rage deaf as the sea, hasty as fire.
King Richard II: I, i
In brief,--for so the season bids us be,--
King Richard III: V, iii
If thou wilt outstrip death, go cross the seas,
King Richard III: IV, i
If he were seated as king edward is.
King Henry VI, part III: III, i
If zealous love should go in search of virtue,
King John: II, i
I would invent as bitter-searching terms,
King Henry VI, part II: III, ii
I will not seal your knowledge with showing them. i
Coriolanus: II, iii
I will turn diseases to commodity.
King Henry IV, part II: I, ii
I will trust you. walk before toward the sea-side;
The Winter's Tale: IV, iv
I was the other day talking on the sea-bank with
Othello: IV, i
I think you are fallen into the disease; for you
King Henry IV, part II: I, ii
I shall no more to sea, to sea,
The Tempest: II, ii
I make them! gluttony and diseases make them; i
King Henry IV, part II: II, iv
I have seen two such sights, by sea and by land!
The Winter's Tale: III, iii
I had rather seal with my death than repeat over
Much Ado About Nothing: V, i
I had rather seal my lips, than, to my peril,
Antony and Cleopatra: V, ii
I can, at any unseasonable instant of the night,
Much Ado About Nothing: II, ii
I am the sea; hark, how her sighs do blow!
Titus Andronicus: III, i
I am not a day of season,
All's Well that Ends Well: V, iii
I'll fight at sea.
Antony and Cleopatra: III, vii
I'll be so bold to break the seal for once.
The Two Gentlemen of Verona: III, i
I trembling waked, and for a season after
King Richard III: I, iv
I cross'd the seas on purpose and on promise
Cymbeline: I, vi
Hugh otecake, sir, or george seacole; for they can
Much Ado About Nothing: III, iii
How was this seal'd?
Hamlet: V, ii
How many things by season season'd are
Merchant of Venice: V, i
How foul it is; what rank diseases grow
King Henry IV, part II: III, i
How 'tis abroad. pompey is strong at sea;
Antony and Cleopatra: I, iv
Horns whelk'd and waved like the enridged sea:
King Lear: IV, vi
His seal'd commission, left in trust with me,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: I, iii
Here is your hand and seal for what I did.
King John: IV, ii
Here is the will, and under caesar's seal.
Julius Caesar: III, ii
Here had the conquest fully been seal'd up,
King Henry VI, part I: I, i
Help to search my house this one time. if I find
Merry Wives of Windsor: IV, ii
He, doing so, put forth to seas,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: I, iv
He is but one: you and my brother search
Cymbeline: IV, ii
He hath been search'd among the dead and living,
Cymbeline: V, v
He's a disease that must be cut away.
Coriolanus: III, i
He's flung in rage from this ingrateful seat
Timon of Athens: IV, ii
He puts on sackcloth, and to sea. he bears
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: IV, iv
He 'scaped the land, to perish at the sea.
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: I, iii
Have the disease, and feel't not. how now, boy!
The Winter's Tale: I, ii
Have seal'd thy full desire.
Timon of Athens: V, iv
Have seal'd his rigorous statutes with their bloods,
The Comedy of Errors: I, i
Have more diseases than he knew for.
King Henry IV, part II: I, ii
Have I not heard the sea puff'd up with winds
The Taming of the Shrew: I, ii
Have them, they are not worth the search.
Merchant of Venice: I, i
Have sunk the sea within the earth or ere
The Tempest: I, ii
Have shaken edward from the regal seat,
King Henry VI, part III: IV, vi
Have purchased as many diseases under her roof as come to--
Measure for Measure: I, ii
Have knit again, and fleet, threatening most sea-like.
Antony and Cleopatra: III, xiii
Hath made me full of sickness and diseases.
King Henry VI, part II: IV, vii
Hath he not lost much wealth by wreck of sea?
The Comedy of Errors: V, i
Hath something embolden'd me to this unseasoned
Merry Wives of Windsor: II, ii
Hath seal'd thee for herself; for thou hast been
Hamlet: III, ii
Hath pass'd in safety through the narrow seas,
King Henry VI, part III: IV, viii
Hath leap'd into my seat; the thought whereof
Othello: II, i
Hark, how hard he fetches breath. search his pockets.
King Henry IV, part I: II, iv
Hark, do you hear the sea?
King Lear: IV, vi
Happily you may catch her in the sea;
Titus Andronicus: IV, iii
Haply the seas and countries different
Hamlet: III, i
Had hoisted sail and put to sea to-day:
The Comedy of Errors: V, i
Great and increasing: but by sea
Antony and Cleopatra: II, ii
Go, good partner, go, get you to francis seacole;
Much Ado About Nothing: III, v
Go with me to a notary, seal me there
Merchant of Venice: I, iii
Go to, a bargain made: seal it, seal it; i'll be the
Toilus and Cressida: III, ii
Go search like nobles, like noble subjects,
Pericles, Prince of Tyre: II, iv
Go make thyself like a nymph o' the sea: be subject
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Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with sea:

2 syllables: 3 syllables:
by a., pi pa, agree as,
by hugh, roughly as, agree on,
dvi a, see an, area as,
see a., see as, area on,
shri a., see eq, decree on,
beauty as, see l., degree as,
by al, see on, degree on,
by an, see u.s., entry on,
by as, see us, idea as,
by eq, see ya, idea on,
by ice, si l', nanih waiya,
by l., si la, a week on,
by la, si le, achieve an,
by le, sky as, agreed as,
by on, spy on, agreed on,
by u.s., surely as, appeal as,
by up, tee up, appeal has,
by us, thee as, appeal on,
cea assay, they as, areas as,
cry up, they hung, areas has,
di un, three on, areas on,
die as, tie on, asleep on
die on, tie up,
dry as, tree as, 4 syllables:
dry ice, tree has, area has
dry on, tree on,
dry up, try as,
fi fa, try on,
free as, why am,
free on, why an,
free up, why has,
fry up, why on,
gee up, beach hut,
key on, beach on,
key up, beam up,
lie on, beat on,
lie up, beat up,
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sea
(sē)
n.
1. The continuous body of salt water covering most of the earth's surface, especially this body regarded as ageophysical
entity distinct from earth and sky.
2.
a. A tract of water within an ocean.
b. A relatively large body of salt water completely or partially enclosed by land.
c. A relatively large landlocked body of fresh water.
3.
a. The condition of the ocean's surface with regard to its course, flow, swell, or turbulence: a rising sea; choppyseas.
b. A wave or swell, especially a large one: a 40-foot sea that broke over the stern.
4. Something that suggests the ocean in its overwhelming sweep or vastness: a sea of controversy.
5. Seafaring as a way of life.
6. Astronomy A lunar mare.
Idiom:
at sea
1. On the sea, especially on a sea voyage.
2. In a state of confusion or perplexity; at a loss.

[Middle English see, from Old English sǣ.]


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sea
(siː)
n
1. (Physical Geography)
a. the sea the mass of salt water on the earth's surface as differentiated from the land. marinemaritimethalassic
b. (as modifier): sea air.
2. (Physical Geography) (capital when part of place name)
a. one of the smaller areas of ocean: the Irish Sea.
b. a large inland area of water: the Caspian Sea.
3. (Physical Geography) turbulence or swell, esp of considerable size: heavy seas.
4. (Astronomy) (capital when part of a name) astronomy any of many huge dry plains on the surface of the moon. Seeals
2
o mare
5. anything resembling the sea in size or apparent limitlessness
6. (Nautical Terms) the life or career of a sailor (esp in the phrase follow the sea)
7. (Nautical Terms) on the ocean
8. in a state of confusion
9. go to sea to become a sailor
10. (Nautical Terms) put to sea put out to sea to embark on a sea voyage
[Old English sǣ; related to Old Norse sǣr, Old Frisian sē, Gothic saiws, Old High German sēo]
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sea
(si)

n.
1. the salt waters that cover the greater part of the earth's surface.
2. a division of these waters, of considerable extent, marked off by land boundaries; ocean: the North Sea.
3. a large, landlocked body of water.
4. the turbulence of the ocean or other body of water, as caused by the wind.
5. the waves.
6. a large wave: The heavy seas almost drowned us.
7. a widely extended or overwhelming quantity: a sea of faces; a sea of troubles.
8. the work, travel, and shipboard life of a sailor.
adj.
9. of, pertaining to, or adapted for use at sea.
Idioms:
1. at sea,
a. on the ocean.
b. perplexed; uncertain. Also, asea.
2. follow the sea, to pursue a nautical career.
3. go to sea,
a. to set out on a voyage.
b. to embark on a nautical career.
4. put (out) to sea, to embark on a sea voyage.
[before 900; Middle English see, Old English sǣ, c. Old Frisian sē, Old Saxon, Old High German sē(o), Old Norse sær se
a,Gothic saiws sea, marsh]
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sea
(sē)
1. The continuous body of salt water that covers most of the Earth's surface. See Note at ocean.
2. A region of water within an ocean and partly enclosed by land, such as the North Sea.
3. A large body of either fresh or salt water that is completely enclosed by land, such as the Caspian Sea.
4. A mare of the moon.
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Sea
See also lakes; rivers; water.

bathyclinograph
a device used for measuring vertical currents in deep ocean areas.
bathygraphy
the scientific exploration of the sea with sonic instruments. — bathygraph, bathygram, n.
bathyscaphe
a vessel for exploring the depths of the oceans.
benthos
1. the depths or bottom of the sea.
2. organic life that inhabits the bottom of the sea.
benthoscope
an apparatus for surveying the depths or bottom of the sea.
cymophobia
an abnormal fear of waves.
equinoctial
a severe storm at sea, usually occurring near the equinox and mistakenly thought to be the result of the sun crossingthe e
quatorial line.
haliography
Obsolete, a work describing the sea.
mare clausum
a body or stretch of navigable water which is under the jurisdiction of a particular nation. Cf. mare liberum.
mare liberum
a body or stretch of navigable water to which all nations or countries have unrestricted access. Cf. mare clausum.
maremma
a marshy region adjoining the seashore.
marigraphy
Rare. the measurement of the rise and fall of tides. Also mareography. — marigraphic, adj.
oceanography
the branch of physical geography that studies oceans and seas. — oceanographer, n. —
oceanographic,oceanographical, adj.
oceanology
oceanography.
seascape
a view or representation of the sea, especially in a painting, photograph, etc.
thalassocracy
the sovereignty of the seas. — thalassocrat. n.
thalassography
1. the branch of oceanography that studies smaller bodies of water, as sounds, gulfs, etc.
2. oceanography in general. — thalassographer, n. — thalassographic, thalassographical, adj.
thalassomania
an abnormal love of the sea.
thalassophobia
an abnormal fear of the sea.
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Sea
a great quanitity; a flood; anything resembling the seas.
Examples: sea of acclamations, 1632; of blood, 1598; of cares, 1574; of carpets, 1654; of claret, 1821; of clouds, 1644; of
discussions, 1816; of examples, 1586; of eager faces, 1862; of forces and passion, 1667; of glory, 1613; of heads, 1849;o
f sand 1770; of seaweed; of white tents, 1898; of troubles, 1602; of green vegetation, 1869; of wine, 1646; of wrath,1692;
of seas of time, 1822.
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sea
A subdivision of an ocean, or a large landlocked expanse of salt water.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Switch to new thesaurus
No 1 sea - a division of an ocean or a large body of salt water partially enclosed by land
un . bay, embayment -
an indentation of a shoreline larger than a cove but smaller than agulf
body of water, water -
the part of the earth's surface covered with water (such as ariver or lake or ocean); "t
hey invaded our territorial waters"; "they were sitting by the water'sedge"
gulf - an arm of a sea or ocean partly enclosed by land; larger than a bay
hydrosphere - the watery layer of the earth's surface; includes water vapor
inlet, recess - an arm off of a larger body of water (often between rocky headlands)
South Sea - any sea to the south of the equator (but especially the South Pacific)
2 sea - anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume
. ocean
large indefinite amount, large indefinite quantity -
an indefinite quantity that is above the average in size ormagnitude
3 sea - turbulent water with swells of considerable size; "heavy seas"
. turbulent flow - flow in which the velocity at any point varies erratically
head sea - a sea in which the waves are running directly against the course of the ship
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sea
noun
1. ocean, the deep, the waves, the
drink (informal), the briny (informal), main Most of the kids have never seenthe sea.
2. mass, lot, lots (informal), army, host, crowd, collection, sheet, assembly, mob, congregation, legion,abundance,
swarm, horde, multitude, myriad, throng, expanse, plethora, profusion, concourse, assemblage,vast number, gre
at number Down below them was the sea of upturned faces.
adjective
1. marine, ocean, maritime, aquatic, oceanic, saltwater, ocean-going, seagoing, pelagic, briny, salt a seavessel
at sea bewildered, lost, confused, puzzled, uncertain, baffled, adrift, perplexed, disconcerted, at a
loss,mystified, disoriented, bamboozled (informal), flummoxed, at sixes and
sevens I'm totally at sea with popularculture.
Related words
adjective marine, maritime, thalassic
like thalassomania
fear thalassophobia
Quotations
"the wine-dark sea" [Homer Iliad]
"ocean: a body of water occupying about two-thirds of a world made for man -
who has no gills" [Ambrose Bierce The Devil'sDictionary]
Seas and oceans
Seas Adriatic, Aegean, Amundsen, Andaman, Arabian, Arafura, Aral, Azov, Baltic, Banda, Barents, Beaufort,Bellingshau
sen, Bering, Bismarck, Black or Euxine, Caribbean, Caspian, Celebes, Ceram, China, Chukchi, Coral, EastChina, East Si
berian, Flores, Icarian, Inland, Ionian, Irish, Japan, Java, Kara, Laptev, Ligurian, Lincoln, Marmara orMarmora, Mediterran
ean, Nordenskjöld, North, Norwegian, Okhotsk, Philippine, Red, Ross, Sargasso, Scotia, Solomon,South China, Sulu, Ta
sman, Timor, Tyrrhenian, Weddell, White, Yellow or Hwang Hai
Oceans Antarctic or Southern, Arctic, Atlantic, Indian, Pacific
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mar

sea
[siː]
A. N
1. (= not land) → mar m (or f in some phrases)
(out) at sea → en alta mar
to spend three years at sea → pasar tres años navegando
to remain two months at sea → estar navegando durante dos meses, pasar dos meses en el mar
beside the sea → a la orilla del mar, junto al mar
beyond the seas → más allá de los mares
from beyond the seas → desde más allá de los mares
to go by sea → ir por mar
a house by the sea → una casa junto al mar or a la orilla del mar
heavy sea(s) → mar agitado or picado
to ship a heavy sea → ser inundado por una ola grande
on the high seas → en alta mar
on the sea (boat) → en alta mar
rough sea(s) → mar agitado or picado
to sail the seas → navegar los mares
the seven seas → todos los mares del mundo
in Spanish seas → en aguas españolas
the little boat was swept out to sea → la barquita fue arrastrada mar adentro
to go to sea [person] → hacerse marinero
to put (out) to sea [sailor, boat] → hacerse a la mar, zarpar
to stand out to sea → apartarse de la costa
to be all at sea (about or with sth) → estar en un lío (por algo)
worse things happen at sea → cosas peores ocurren por ahí
see also north
2. (fig)
a sea of blood → un río or mar de sangre
a sea of corn → un mar de espigas
a sea of faces → un mar de caras
a sea of flame → un mar de llamas
a sea of troubles → un mar de penas
B. CPD sea air N → aire m de mar
sea anemone N → anémona f de mar
sea bass N → corvina f
sea bathing N → baño m en el mar
sea battle N → batalla f naval
sea bed N → fondo m del mar, lecho m marino (frm)
sea bird N → ave f marina
sea boot N → bota f de marinero
sea bream N → besugo m
sea breeze N → brisa f marina
sea captain N → capitán m de barco
sea change N (fig) → viraje m, cambio m radical
sea chest (o.f.) N → cofre m
sea coast N → litoral m, costa f marítima
sea cow N → manatí m
sea crossing N → travesía f
sea dog N (lit, fig) → lobo m de mar
sea fight N → combate m naval
sea fish N → pez m marino
sea front N → paseo m marítimo
sea green N → verde mar m
see also sea-green sea horse N → caballito m de mar, hipocampo m
sea kale N → col f marina
sea lamprey N → lamprea f marina
sea lane N → ruta f marítima
sea legs NPL to find one's sea legs → mantener el equilibrio (en barco)
sea level N → nivel m del mar
800 metres above sea level → 800 metros sobre el nivel del mar
sea lion N → león m marino
sea mist N → bruma f marina
sea perch N → perca f de mar
sea power N → potencia f naval
sea room N → espacio m para maniobrar
sea route N → ruta f marítima
sea salt N → sal f marina
sea serpent N → serpiente f de mar
sea shanty N → saloma f
sea transport N → transporte m por mar, transporte m marítimo
sea trip N → viaje m por mar
sea trout N → trucha f marina, reo m
sea urchin N → erizo m de mar
sea wall N → malecón m, rompeolas m inv
sea water N → agua f de mar
sea wrack N → algas fpl (en la playa)
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sea
(siː) noun
1. (often with the) the mass of salt water covering most of the Earth's surface. I enjoy swimming in the sea; over land and
sea; The sea is very deep here; (also adjective) A whale is a type of large sea animal.mar
2. a particular area of sea. the Baltic Sea; These fish are found in tropical seas.mar
3. a particular state of the sea. mountainous seas.mar
ˈseaward(s) adverb
towards the sea; away from the land. The yacht left the harbour and sailed seawards. hacia el mar
ˈseaboard noun
the seacoast. the eastern seaboard of the United States.litoral
sea breeze
a breeze blowing from the sea towards the land. brisa marina
ˈseafaring adjective
of work or travel on ships. a seafaring man.marinero
ˈseafood noun
fish, especially shellfish. mariscos
adjective
seafood restaurants. de marisco
ˈseafront noun
a promenade or part of a town with its buildings facing the sea. paseo marítimo
ˈsea-going adjective
designed and equipped for travelling on the sea. a sea-going yacht.marítimo
ˈseagull noun
a gull. gaviota
sea level
the level of the surface of the sea used as a base from which the height of land can be measured. three hundred metres
above sea level.nivel del mar
ˈsea-lion noun
a type of large seal. león marino
ˈseaman – plural ˈseamen – noun
a sailor, especially a member of a ship's crew who is not an officer. marinero
ˈseaport noun
a port on the coast. puerto de mar
ˈseashell noun
the (empty) shell of a sea creature. concha, caracol de mar
ˈseashore noun
the land close to the sea. playa, orilla del mar
ˈseasick adjective
ill because of the motion of a ship at sea. Were you seasick on the voyage?mareado
ˈseasickness noun
mareo
ˈseaside noun
(usually with the) a place beside the sea. We like to go to the seaside in the summer.orilla del mar
ˈseaweed noun
plants growing in the sea. The beach was covered with seaweed.alga
ˈseaworthy adjective
(negative unseaworthy) (of a ship) suitably built and in good enough condition to sail at sea. en condiciones de
navegar
ˈseaworthiness noun
buen estado para navegar
at sea
1. on a ship and away from land. He has been at sea for four months. en alta mar
2. puzzled or bewildered. Can I help you? You seem all at sea.desorientado, perdido
go to sea
to become a sailor. He wants to go to sea. hacerse marinero
put to sea
to leave the land or a port. They planned to put to sea the next day.zarpar, hacerse a la mar
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sea
→ mar
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009

 Is the sea rough today? → ¿Está picado el mar?


 I'd like a room with a view of the sea → Quisiera una habitación con vistas al mar

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