"Blues for a Young Girl Gone" as written by and Carole King/toni Stern....
Sing a song of sorrow
For the young girl who's gone away
She had to return to where she came from
How I wish she would stay, even for one more day

I only knew her a little while
But I'll never forget the time
When we stood on the bridge at the edge of the world
And she asked what was on my mind
Tell me what's on your mind

And I sang a song of sadness
For the moments forever lost
She had to return to where she came from
Though the seasons have changed
The loneliness still remains

The cool clear sunshine mornings
With honey flavored tea
And the notebooks she kept
On the things that she loved
Were open for me to see
All her secrets for me to see

And I sing a song of sorrow
For the young girl who's gone away
She had to return to where she came from
How I wish she would stay, even for one more day


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"Blues for a Young Girl Gone" as written by Toni Stern Carole King

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