"Ermesinde" as written by Charles Thompson and Violet Clarke....
On the first night of your journey
In the chapel where you pray
Asking Holy Mother Mary
Why they're giving you away

You belong to me

I've been waiting for you baby
Since the day that you were born
And though it's bad to be the only
Mary helps you carry on

You, you belong to me

Ermesinde, no one ever let you in
A woman of the world but then
Your tender skin, oh Ermesinde

Tourmaline can't be found in Oesling
They'll tell you this
But don't give in, oh Ermesinde

On the first day of your journey
Coming out from your bell jar
And the road goes on forever
We wanna stay the way we are

Ermesinde, no one ever let you in
A woman of the world but then
Your tender skin, oh Ermesinde

Tourmaline can't be found in Oesling
They'll tell you this
But don't give in, oh Ermesinde



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"Ermesinde" as written by Violet Clarke Charles Thompson

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