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Half Way 'Round the World

(Bob Nolan)

 

Sing Along with the Sons of the Pioneers

 

 This vagrant breeze it came from who knows where?

I whisper, Darling, are you really there?

And then your fingers brush my hair

From halfway ‘round the world.

 

This flower I found upon a lonely vine

It’s velvet touch compares with only thine

And so your lips are pressed to mine

From halfway ‘round the world.

 

I promise you the joys we knew will still come true again, Dear.

I promise you and heaven, too, I’ll be with you, till then, Dear,

 

Each night a prayer I’ll send through open space,

In ev’ry dream I dream - behold your face,

Forever, Dear, in your embrace

Though halfway ‘round the world.

 

 

 

 

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