Daughter of the Sea
"Beware, beware the Daughter of the Sea."
"Beware," I heard him cry.
His words carried upon the ocean breeze,
As he sank beneath the tide.
Those blood-soaked shores of Kalimdor,
Where sailors fought and died.
The Admiral fell at Theramore,
because she left his side.
Why this? Why this, oh Daughter of the Sea?
Why this? Did you forget your seaside days?
Always the pride of our nation's eyes,
How could she go astray?
When she did flee across the ocean deep,
the Admiral followed west.
What else but sail to save a daughter's life,
and pray she still drew breath?
But there he found upon those distant shores,
Enemies 'pon the rise!
But when he faced those savage foes
His daughter stood aside.
And buried deep beneath the waves,
Betrayed by family.
To his nation, with his last breath, cried,
"Beware the Daughter of the Sea."
In Warbringers, Jaina adds a final stanza
I heard, I heard, across a moonlit sea,
The old voice warning me,
"Beware, beware the Daughter of the Sea",
Ahoy, ahoy, sweet Daughter of the Seas.
Ahoy this child be mine.
The Admiral's world, his whole entire world, for as long as stars do shine.
- Jaina sings the song in Warbringers: Jaina.
- An oarsman sings it while ferrying an Alliance adventurer to Xibala in Zuldazar.
- Flynn Fairwind sings the first few lines of the song while he is imprisoned in Tol Dagor.
- Daelin and a young Jaina sing a different song with the same tune in Jaina's nightmare.
- "Daughter of the Sea" was written by Robert Brooks.
- In Warbringers: Jaina, it was sung by Laura Bailey, Jaina's voice actress, and Dónal Kearney.
- The lyrics given on Twitter and in vary slightly from the Warbringers version with the lyrics mentioning the "Daughter of the Seas" instead of the "Daughter of the Sea", "But there he found on the Western shores" instead of "But there he found upon those distant shores", and "Buried deep beneath the waves" instead of "And buried deep beneath the waves".