Grab your fiddle, I've got my guitar, we have got to travel far
We're packing up and leaving Spain for the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane
On golden beaches we will stay as we busk along the northern way
We'll play our favourite songs again, for the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane

There's friendly folk along the way, we'd love to stop and drink and play
But we'll be off now all the same, for the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane
Cast your coins Madame, Monsieurs, we'll need them all and that's for sure
The bar's are good but we'll refain, for the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane

Good friends they are, we'll travel far for
Good friends they've been, the friends they are

Mountains, rivers, beaches past, sprwaling cities did not last
Until the Wenlands finally came, and the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane
Two thousand miles or even more that we have travelled shore to shore
And we would do it all again, for the wedding of Eddie and Sarah Jane


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