"Sadie's Song" as written by and Tony Crombie....


Sadie?s Song


Pretty boy, my faithless fallen angel

Took me completely in his arms

In his eyes, I saw Eden?s garden

But the serpent lay hidden in his charms

Well I used to love to sing with the sunlight in my hair

Til that fateful day when I followed him there


He said, climb, little Sadie higher

Spread them downy wings and fly

You will find your crown of gilded glory next to mine

Climb, little Sadie, climb


Icy winds up on Lookout Mountain

Chilled two bodies to the bone

But for that man, I did gladly lay down my back

Upon a bed of stone

Well I used to love to sing with the sunlight in my hair

Til that fateful day when I followed him there


Something?s wrong, I heard my voices whisper

I heard ?em whisper something?s wrong

A single shot, he said, ?Fare thee well, Sadie?

The round was cold, my breath was gone

Well I used to love to sing with the sunlight in my hair

Til that fateful day when I followed him there





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"Sadie's Song" as written by Tony Crombie

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