"Ten Thousand Miles" as written by Jim Moray, Jim Moray, Storrs Willis Richard and . Traditional....
Fare you well, my own true love
Farewell for a while
I am going away but I'll be back
If I go ten thousand miles

Ten thousand miles, my own true love
Ten thousand miles or more
And the rocks may melt and the seas may burn
If I no more return

Oh don't you see yon lonesome dove
Sitting on yon ivy tree
She is weeping for her own true love
As I shall weep for mine

Oh come back, my own true love
And stay a while with me
If I had a friend all on this earth
You have been a friend to me

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"Ten Thousand Miles" as written by Jim Moray . Traditional

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