"A Salty Dog" as written by and Gary Brooker Keith Reid....
I've known some ladies
That made me happy
In so many different ways
Like sweet Conchita
And Isabella
Back in my traveling' days

Then there was Georgia
She was a country girl
She could reap all I could sow
Not like dear Judith
So fond of music
And Edgar Allan Poe

But when I think of Angelina
All the others fade away
I can't recover
I know I'll love her
Now and forever

I took my pleasure
Where I found it
And the ladies as they came
Like Liz from Tucson
And Claire from Rouen
There were so many names

When unexpected
Just like a whirlwind
Angelina stole my heart
We did some walking
And got to talking,
And said we'd never part


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"A Salty Dog" as written by Keith Reid Gary Brooker

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