"Jacqueline" as written by James Skelly and Nicholas Stephen Power....
You left before the rain came down
December was the only sound
All the leaves fell to the ground
When you went away

It's a crying shame to see
A kiss become a memory
Now I know just what you mean
When you say

Way above, where the north winds blow
We will watch out afar to the valley below
Oh, Jacqueline I know
Oh, Jacqueline I know

A pattern of the ways it seems
That's the way it has to be
Now I know just what you mean
When you say

Way above, where the north winds blow
We will watch out afar to the valley below
Oh, Jacqueline I know
Oh, Jacqueline I know

The coven house where you now go
It stole our love, don't you know
Don't you know?

Oh, Jacqueline don't go
Oh, Jacqueline I know
Oh, Jacqueline don't go
Oh, Jacqueline I know


Lyrics submitted by Lazy_wolf_eyes

"Jacqueline" as written by James Hunter

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Peermusic Publishing, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY

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