Away from land, upon the sea,
We spotted dolphins, there they be!
As Tintin dashed, to and fro,
The dolphins danced, and what a show!
We laughed in joy, to see them thus,
But what, I wonder, they thought of us?
We think ourselves, upon these waves,
To have slipped the bonds, of steel and caves.
But perhaps what's true, to dolphin eyes,
Our tiny freedom is naught but lies,
They call to us, our ocean kin,
"Give up the land, and come within,
Join our dance, embrace our race,
Come welcome the Sea's embrace."
Away from land, upon the sea
We spotted dolphins, bold and free.