It Suits Me Well – Sandy Denny

I travel the land.
There are no chains about me
I am me own man.
I can tell a fair old story which I’m sure ain’t no surprise
Of the places I have been, oh,
And they ain’t no lies.

I’ve never had a proper home,
Not one like yours is.
I’ve nearly always had a caravan
With horses.
And I know you won’t believe me
Though it is the truth to tell
That the living it is hard, oh,
But it suits me well.

I am I traveller of the seas,
I am a sailor.
The ocean has been good to me,
She ain’t no jailor.
I can tell a fair old story which I’m sure ain’t no surprise
Of the places I have sailed, oh,
And they ain’t no lies.

I’ve never had a garden,
Or a place with windows.
I stand upon the salty deck,
And feel the wind blow.
And I know you won’t believe me
Though it is the truth to tell
That the living it is hard, oh,
But it suits me well.

My mother was a fire-eater,
‘Fore she desert us.
So when I was only seven years old


Lyric It Suits Me Well – Sandy Denny