"Auntie Nellie" as written by and Alan Charles Lancaster....
Sitting here with Auntie Nelly, she is so alone
Talking idly, she's in no hurry, I wish I could go
But how could I just say Goodbye, there's no-one who she knows

No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no
No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no

She's getting old and weary, oh it's such a shame
'Cause she's been good to everyone but now they don't know her name

No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no
No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no

Sitting here with Auntie Nelly, she is so alone
Talking idly, she's in no hurry, I wish I could go
But how could I just say Goodbye, there's no-one who she knows

No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no
She's so alone, she'd die if I should go
No I can't leave my Auntie Nellie, no
She's so alone...


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"Auntie Nellie" as written by Alan Charles Lancaster

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