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by Harrison Brown

The character in this song boasts he will make amends with his estranged daughter just as soon as his "ship comes in" (American slang for "when I'm successful," usually with the subtext that the person never will be). He clearly does not feel worthy approaching his daughter in whatever state he is in. He's not going to change, however, ships just don't "come in" without a little work. Consequently, the meeting will never happen.
Uploaded: March 30, 2009
Duration: 5m 17s

Comments for MY SHIP

Portrait of Don Worden
TOO TRUE, Harrison. Solid "lessons learned" song. Thanks for putting up such an enjoyable reminder of a basic truth


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