"Rosa-Ree" as written by John Mcmanus and Patrick Mcmanus....
I made my way back to my hometown
It looks just the same
The schools and the factories
Standing alone still remain
But the faces have changed
And the ones I knew are gone
And I hear the laughter and voices
Still echo my name I remember the days
When we'd play till the morning light
It's a lifetime forgotten
As old times make way for the new
But theres no turning back
As the vision it fades away
Yet I hear the laughter and voices
Still calling my name
When we played ring-a-ring-a-Rosa-Ree
And we seen life as full of mysteries
I stand here at night
On this cold avenue of life
If words they could speeak
It would mean even more to me
But the faces have changed
And the ones I knew are gone
And I hear the laughter and voices
Still echo my name
When we played ring-a-ring-a-Rosa-Ree
And we seen life as full of mysteries



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