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Couldn't Know

Ah, the sun beats down,
on my tan and my well-fed body.
And the fishermen at the end, of the pier.
Strike a chord of curiousity,
with their thick lines.
Yeah and they've caught something big.
And they asked me;
Can I lend a hand?

Want you to see,
what I, I could not see.
I want you to know,
what I, I could not know.

They got the ropes down underneath her.
And we started, to pull her up, as she,
started to, abandon, all her children.
As she got along-side the pier,
I stared into her one, sad eye.
And I, I began to dream.

I want you to see,
what I, I could not see.
I want you to know,
What I, I could not know.
The most beautiful thing I'd ever seen.
Oh she's, she's staring, back at me.

She, was eight feet long,
and she wieghed, four hundred twenty pounds.
And I name all her children,
in hopes that they obtain,
some degree of her perfection.
And it will take them all,
two years, to hit the water.

I want you to see,
what I, I could not see.
I want you to know,
what I, I could not know.

The most beautiful thing I'd ever seen.
Oh she's, staring back at me.
And she's in my, mind right now.
The most beautiful thing I'd ever seen.

Now here's the rub.
She, she's not comin', back.
Yeah, and that's why, I sing this song.

Hey, I could not know
what I, got myself, into.
I could not see, what I'd become. 
I believe, that I should bring her
Aww,  bring her on back.

Yeah and take it away.
Aww, everything.....