Harbour
Lyrics Sinéad O'Connor

Written by: Sinéad O'Connor, John Reynolds, Graham Kearns

Produced by: John Reynolds

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She is a harbour
And has not harbour
She is only 'she' in inverted commas

She's not well aware
In certain areas
Lost girl in there
Building stupid castles in the stupid air

She lost a boy she loved
Because he was Maya
Always Maya

Harbour, harbour
No man is her father

She fought for something holy
Found only the dreams of Don Quixote
Fumbling to get back what's stolen
Thinking pain could be plastered over

Harbour, harbour
No man is her father

She lost all else she loved
Same time she lost that boy she loved
And they said, call it Maya
Go ahead, call it Maya

But it's not all Maya, well
A broken fourteen year old girl
Hasn't been allowed to tell
What actually happened in hell
What happened in hell

Harbour
No man is her father
Harbour, harbour
No man is her father

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