"Bonaparte's Retreat" as written by and King/stewart....
Met a girl that I loved
In a town way down in Texas
'Neath the stars up above
She was the sweetest girl
I ever did see
So I held her in my arms
And told her of her many charms
And I kissed her
While the fiddles played
'Bonaparte's Retreat'

And all the world was bright
As I held her and that night
And I heard her say
Don't you ever go away
So I held her in my arms
And told her of her many charms
And I kissed her
While the guitars played
'Bonaparte's Retreat'

All the world was bright
As I held her and that night
And I heard her say
Don't you ever go away
So I held her in my arms
And told her of her many charms
And I kissed her
While the guitars played
The 'Bonaparte's Retreat'


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"Bonaparte's Retreat" as written by David Eric Swarbrick

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