Brandy

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There's a port, on a west - ern bay        
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and it serves a hun - dred ships a day, 
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Lone - ly sail - ors, pass the time a - way    
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and talk a - bout their homes. 
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There's a girl, in this har - bour town     
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and she works, lay - ing whis - key down, 
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They say "Bran - dy, fetch an - oth-er round",     
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she serves them whis-key and wine 
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The sail - ors say Bran - dy  you're a fine girl,   
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what a good wife you would be 
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Your eyes could steal a sail - or, from the sea. 
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Brandy wears a braid - ed chain,     
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made of finest silver from the north of Spain. 
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A lock - et, that bears the name,  
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of_the man that Bran - dy loves. 
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He came, on a sum - mer's day,  
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bring - ing gifts, from far a - way. 
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But he made it_clear he could - n't stay, 
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no har - bor was his home. 
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The sail-ors say Bran-dy, you're a fine girl, 
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what a good wife you would be, 
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but my life, my lov-er my la - dy, is the sea. 
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Bran-dy used to watch his eyes  
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when he told his sail-or's sto-ry, 
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she could feel the o-cean fall and rise,  
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she saw it's rag-ing glo-ry. 
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But he had al-ways told the truth,  
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Lord he was an hon-est man; 
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Bran-dy does her best to un-der-stand. 
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At night when the bars close down,  
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Bran-dy walks thru a si-lent town, 
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and loves-a man, who's not a-round,  
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she still can hear him say. 
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She hears him say Bran-dy, you're a fine girl,  
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what a good wife you would be. 
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But my life, my lover, my la dy....is the sea.

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