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gaily durch die Felder tanzten wir
es war der Herbst des Jahres
Bewegung Ihres Körpers ist wie Musik
nehmen Sie meine Bracelets
O angemessen und stately Mädchen, dessen Augen
gute Frau
Ginghamhund und die Kalikokatze
die alten Songs
sie muß zurück gehen, sagte sie
der Schnee whispers über mich
hängen Sie keinen Wreath
ich habe die stolzesten Sterne gesehen
ich bin der Wind, der wavers
denken Sie, mein Junge, wenn ich meine Arme um Sie setze


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