Mary (Nancy) Spain     --- Barney Rush

Of all the stars that ever shone
Not one does twinkle like your pale blue eyes,
Like golden corn at harvest time, your hair
Sailing in my boat the wind gently blows and fills my sail,
Your sweet scented breath is everywhere.

Daylight peeping through the curtains of
The passing night time is in your smile.
The sun in the sky is like your laugh.
Come back to me Mary linger for just a little while.
Since you left these shores I know no peace nor joy.

No matter where I wander I'm still haunted by your name.
The portrait of your beauty stays the same.
Standing by the ocean, wondering where you gone,
If you'll return again.
Where is the ring I gave to Mary Spain?

On the day in spring when the snow starts to melt and streams to flow
With the birds I'll sing to you a song.
In the while I'll wander down the bluebell grove
Where wild flowers grow
and I'll hope that lovely Mary will return.

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