"Rosalind" as written by and Eamonn Flynn....
Think about her
Lying there in my bed
Smiling and laughing
At the things she said
The parents you could tell
They didn't approve
Me on the run always on the move
I was standing one night on the side of the road
So young and green it must have showed
I cursed my love to the rain and the wind
That's how we were me and Rosalind

She went to college for a law degree
Left me on the farm with a memory
She still came around on occasional days
We both agreed to go our separate ways

And the night time is a lonely place
I reached out to her to touch her face
I thought we'd get through this thick and thin
Maybe we'll meet again Rosalind

No one at home
I traveled round
Went lots of places
And the jobs i found
Settled in London working shifts at night
Making friends in the bright city lights

I met a lot of women
But not like her
Why cant i forget the way we were
My heart is heavy and my head thick skinned
I still hold a light to Rosalind

Think about her
Lying there in my bed
Smiling and laughing
At the things she said
The parents you could tell
They did not approve
Me on the run always on the move
I was standing one night on the side of the road
Young and green it must have showed
I cursed my love to the rain and the wind
Thats how it was me and Rosalind


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