As dazzles of moonlight
From the finest
Of the night glows
Glare thoroughly
Through the infinite seas
The seamen's search
Of their fate continues on
But as they pass through
The islands of grief,
A bewildering melody of a peculiar song
Is carried by the splendid zephyrs,
Filling the ambience
With a special sensation
The song was known as the siren's lullaby
A song to their beloved
A sonata of sorrow
A beat of sunken ships
And drowned sailors
A symbol of
The siren's sorrowful fate
For behind the beautiful song
Was a tune of death
And comes with it is the loss
Of an eternal
And undying love . . .