"South Of Germany" as written by and Paul Maurice Kelly....
Paul Kelly (Mushroom Music)
Many lives I could have lived, many trails taken
It always seems that way at twenty-three
You walk into a room sometime and then a window opens
My life changed forever in the south of Germany
A morning train I had to catch, I just lay there sleeping
There was nothing in that town to hold me
By the time the clock had done another day of creeping
My life had changed forever in the south of Germany
Oh I'm sorry that today I have to go away
Seven children I have raised, I love some more than others
The hardest thing to do is to set them free
So I learned my lesson hard seven times all over
My life changed forever in the south of Germany
I never was the kind of girl for acting sentimental
I never called our meeting destiny
I just call it good luck to meet a man so gentle
My life changed forever in the south of Germany
Oh I'm so sorry that today I have to go away
Sometimes when I wake at night I'm dreaming of another
Then I turn and touch him next to me
And I know where I belong; still I sometimes wonder
My life changed forever in the south of Germany
Oh I'm so sorry that today I have to go away



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"South of Germany" as written by Paul Maurice Kelly

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