"The Song of Raintree County" as written by Paul Francis Webster and John Waldo Green....
They say in Raintree County there's a tree bright with blossoms of gold.
But you will find the Raintree's a state of the mind, or a dream to enfold.
It was there one day, with the buds of early May,
that you came like a flame from the south.
And I looked into eyes of periwinkle blue and I knew, then I knew
I'd love you in Raintree County, and I'd find what we all seek to know.
We shared the golden dream when we found our true love
in Raintree long ago, for the brave who dare there's a Raintree ev'rywhere.
We who dreamed found it so, long ago.

They say in Raintree County there's a tree bright with blossoms of gold.
But you will find the Raintree's a state of the mind, or a dream to enfold.
It was there one day, with the buds of early May,
that you came like a flame from the south.
And I looked into laughing eyes of sparkling blue and I knew, then I knew
I'd love you in Raintree County, and I'd find what we all seek to know.
We shared the golden dream when we found our true love
in Raintree long ago, for the brave who dare there's a Raintree ev'rywhere.
We who dreamed found it so, long ago.


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"The Song of Raintree County" as written by Paul Francis Webster, John Waldo Green

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