"The Prisoner's Song" as written by and Guy Massey....
Now if I had wings like an angel
Over these prison walls I would fly
And I'd fly to the arms of my poor darlin'
And there I'd be willin' to die.

Oh, please meet me tonight in the moonlight
Please meet me tonight all alone
For I have a sad story to tell you
It's a story that's never been told.

Now I have a grand ship on the ocean
All mounted with silver and gold
And before my poor darlin' would suffer
Oh, that ship would be anchored and sold.

Oh, please meet me tonight in the moonlight
Please meet me tonight all alone
For I have a sad story to tell you
Must be told in the moonlight all alone.

Oh, please meet me tonight in the moonlight
Please meet me tonight all alone
For I have a sad story to tell you
Must be told in the moonlight all alone.



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"The Prisoner's Song" as written by Guy Massey

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