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Aidan Knight - Margaret Downe Lyrics

  • Margaret in the morning
  • Sleeping on her side
  • Tossing men like nickels into
  • The ever rising tide
  • I heard she was a dentist
  • Before she fell in love
  • Freezing leaden smiles
  • Just to give them up
  • Margaret at the office
  • Margaret at eighteen
  • She said "Sit right down a minute"
  • She said "Let me clean your teeth"
  • So we settled down in Bozeman
  • In the corner of the world
  • We raised a couple children
  • But we lost a little girl
  • Heartbreak in Montana
  • We slowly grew apart
  • A grocery clerk in Moncton
  • As she was dancing in the bar
  • You rushed him to the courtroom
  • Before the bed was cold
  • And defrosted out my windshield
  • When you smiled and let me know
  • The many cavities pulling
  • At our marriages tender mouth
  • And at the root of all the problems
  • Was a man across the canal
  • Margaret left the practice
  • Late in '86
  • I left behind the midwest
  • And forgot we ever kissed
  • I knew she changed her number
  • But couldn't shake the cough
  • The doctor gave her six weeks
  • Which only made her shrug it off
  • Resting in her fifth week
  • I brought her buttercups
  • There was too much to say between us
  • And I'd only ***** it up
  • So, I stared up at the ceiling
  • And I held her little hands
  • And you knew that I forgave you
  • For making other plans
  • Margaret in the morning
  • Sleeping on her side
  • Strolls into the waves
  • Of an ever rising tide

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