"Over the Rainbow's End" as written by and Harris Seaton....
I should have known from the start
That treating her badly would break her heart
Now that I know, it's too late
The poor girl has gone right out of that gate

Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly
Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly

She used to say there would come a day
When she would walk out and go far far away
I didn't believe, no, it couldn't be true
But now that she's gone, Lord, what am I to do?

Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly
Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly

Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly
Somewhere over the rainbow's end
She'll fly, yes, she'll fly

Somewhere over the rainbow's end
Then she'll fly, yes, she'll fly
Somewhere over the rainbow's end



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"Over the Rainbow's End" as written by Harris Lloyd Seaton

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