"Sorry My Dear" as written by and Horse/mcalinden Mcdonald....
Picture a prison in a darkened cell.
Battlements and moat,
A palace serves as well.
Charmed and blessed,
Your easy life.
Daylight's gone,
If sleep won't come
You scare yourself.
Sorry, my dear,
You're not alone, you're not alone.
In all that you fear,
You're not alone, you're not alone.
You don't need a jailer,
You've got the job well done.
Plough a lonely furrow,
Need nothing from no one.
Charmed and blessed, your sweet sweet life.
Daylight's gone,
If sleep won't come
You scare yourself.
Sorry, my dear,
You're not alone, you're not alone.
In all that you fear,
You're not alone, you're not alone.
Sorry, my dear,
You're not alone, you're not alone.
If sleep won't come, well, you scare yourself.


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"Sorry My Dear" as written by Horse Mcdonald Angela Mcalinden

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