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Silly Wizard - Lover's Heart Lyrics

  • She was in the flowery garden when first she caught my eye
  • And I just a marching soldier she smiled as I passed by
  • The flowers she held were fresh and fair, her lips were full and red
  • And as I passed that shady bower, these words to me she said
  • "Last night we spoke of love, now we're forced to part
  • You leave to the sound of a marching drum and the beat of a lovers heart
  • She was by the shore in the evening when next I saw my dear
  • Running barefoot by the waterside, she called as I drew near
  • The sunlight glanced at the water's edge making fire of her auburn hair
  • My young heart danced at her parting words that hung in the evening air
  • She was on the Strand next morning when orders came to sail
  • And as we slipped our ropes away I watched her from the rail
  • She threw me a rose, which fell between us, and floated on the Bay
  • And as our shippulled from the shore, I heard her call and say
  • Now the soldier's life won't suit me, sweet music is my trade
  • For I'd rather melt the hardest heart than pierce it with a blade
  • Let the time be short till I return to my home in the mountains high
  • And the loving girl who stole my heart with these words as I passed by

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