"Phoenix Park" as written by Anthony David Broderick, Aaron Lee Duggins, Anthony J Duggins, Clayton Allen Hansen, Rebecca Brooke Manthe, Michael Pawula and Patrick Daniel Shaw....



In the park I sat down withy my love,
And not a thing was wrong.
The sun shone down from above,
And not a thing was wrong.

And I go to where our voices paired,
And leapt from off the stone.
And that's the voice that I still here whenever I sing alone, alone.
Whenever I sing alone.

Not many a thought did I abide,
Nor was I help when things went wrong.
At the cemetery by your graveside,
Now everything is wrong.

Well I know exactly where I'm going,
And God knows who I adore.
Tho' my prayers did ask to take my pain,
I wish I could've taken yours much more.

Phoenix Park in summertime,
Gathering by day and night.
By the hearth in wintertime,
Gathering just to say goodbye.









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"Phoenix Park" as written by Anthony David Broderick Aaron Lee Duggins

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