Also, it was originally written in Spanish, and there's something about Spanish that resonates in me. I had to buy it on iTunes.
Here are the lyrics:
1. Tú has venido a la orilla,
no has buscado ni a sabios ni a ricos;
tan sólo quieres que yo te siga.
Señor, me has mirado a los ojos,
sonriendo has dicho mi nombre,
en la arena he dejado mi barca,
junto a ti buscaré otro mar.
2. Tú sabes bien lo que tengo;
en mi barca no hay oro ni espadas,
Tan sólo redes y mi trabajo.
3. Tú necesitas mis manos,
mi cansancio que a otros descanse,
Amor que quiera seguir amando.
4. Tú, pescador de otros lagos,
ansia eterna de almas que esperan,
amigo bueno, que así me llamas.
1. Lord, you have come to the lakeshore,
Seeking neither the wise rich nor the wealthy,
But only asking for me to follow.
O, Lord, You have looked into my eyes,
kindly smiling, you have called out my name;
On the sand I have abandoned my small boat.
Now with you, I will seek other seas.
2. You know full well my possessions;
Neither treasure nor weapons for conquest,
But just these fishnets,
And will for working.
3. You need my hands, my exhaustion.
Working love for the rest of the weary,
A love that's willing
to go on loving.
4. You, who have fished other waters,
You the longing of souls that are yearning:
As loving friend you
Have come to call me.