"The Four Winds and the Seven Seas" as written by and Don Rodney Hal David....
You ask where I live
Here's the address I give
The four winds and the seven seas

The hills were my home
Till I started to roam
The four winds and the seven seas

My love and I
Would sit and sigh
Till the moon grew pale
We vowed and said someday we'd wed
In the church in the vale

A train came to town
And a stranger stepped down
A smilin' so my love could see

She answered his smile
And then after awhile
The only stranger there was me

And that is why my heart and I
Follow every breeze
You ask where I live
Here's the address I give
The four winds and the seven seas
The four winds and the seven seas

You ask where I live
Here's the address I give
The four winds and the seven seas
(The four winds and the seven seas)
The seven seas


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"The Four Winds and the Seven Seas" as written by Hal David Don Rodney

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