When You And I Were Young, Maggie

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WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE


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I wan-dered to-day to the hill, Mag-gie,

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to wa-tch the sce-ne be-low.

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The creek and the rus-ty old mill, Mag-gie,

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where we sat in the long, long a-go.

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The green grove is gone from the hill, Mag-gie

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where first the dai-sies have sprung.

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The old rus-ty mill  i-s still, Mag-gie,

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si-nce you a-nd I  we-re young.

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In A ci-ty so si-lent and lone, Mag-gie,

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where the young and the gay an' best.

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In pol-ished white man-sions of stone, Mag-gie,

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have each found A pla-ce of rest,

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is built where the birds used to play, Mag-gie,

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and join in songs that were sung.

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For we sang just as gay as they, Mag-gie,

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wh-en you a-nd  I  we-re young.

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They say I am fee-ble with age, mag-gie,

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my steps are less spright-ly 'n then

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my face is  A well writ-ten page, Mag-gie,

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b-ut time a-lone w--as the pen.

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When y-ou and I  we-re young.

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