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Lost at Sea

The art of the song.

Lost at Sea is a song performed by Jean Castel. It was created specifically for Alan Wake 2 and plays at the end of Return 4: No Chance.

Lyrics[]

I drifted far, I was lost at sea
The shore was gone, it was nowhere to be seen
A diver sinking under waves, where the sun's never been

To ocean green, where shadows creep
And Bowie said I should wade in the deep
An artist dying for his art to make you finally see

Is that a lighthouse with a dying light?
Or a reflection of my glowing eyes?
Am I more than just a dream?

I write my requiem from my ocean grave
I hit the bottom, I was tossed by waves
A sunken ship, my hiding place, beyond the saving gracе

I'm waking up to my own scream
Lynch catching fish is a recurring themе
Afraid that wading to the shore, it was just a dream

Is that a lighthouse with a dying light?
Or a reflection of my glowing eyes?
Am I a monster of the deep?
Is that a lighthouse with a dying light?
Or a reflection of my glowing eyes?
Am I a monster of the deep?

Trivia[]

  • The song makes reference to both David Bowie and David Lynch.
  • One of the lyrics "to ocean green, where shadows creep" is a reference to Thomas Zane and his famous poem which has the line "lies a deeper, darker ocean green".
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