"Asleep On A Sixpence" as written by and Isobel Karen Campbell....
To the girl, to the world
That I left cast away
Moonlight's up the harbour
The sheeps in the bay
With the north star above you
To follow someday
Asleep on a sixpence with dreams

As you climb to the east and sail to the west
Retire to the sweet one who loves you the best
For the captain is calling
So come get your rest
Asleep on a sixpence with dreams

Asleep on a sixpence
Asleep with your dreams
The old coat you're wearing
Who stares at the seems
Ain't no heartache tomorrow
Your sail ain't no way
Asleep on a sixpence with dreams

Asleep on a sixpence
Asleep with your dreams
The old coat you're wearing
Who stares at the seems
Ain't no heartache tomorrow
Your sail ain't no way
Asleep on a sixpence with dreams


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