"Katie [1987]" as written by and Jimmy Maccarthy....
Tumbling curls of green by stained glass streaming light
And a yellow colored lampshade used to keep us up all night
And the smile upon your face, a tear upon your cheek
And the night sky on the window your heart calling out to me
Come running home again Katie, come running home again
Cross my heart and hope to die, shall I cause another tear from your eye?
The mirror that won't talk and your nightgown on the door
The old pedal singer just won't sing no more
You can roll the reel for hours from the movie from this book
Its a question mark upon this heart of mine sends an elder back to look
Come running home again Katie, come running home again
Cross my heart and hope to die, shall I 'cause another tear from your eye?
Now I'm looking through a tunnel back into this room
with the genius of the Druid when the sunlight floods the tomb
And I'm never going back there, I wouldn't any way
'Cause though I made the great escape, I never got away
Come running home again Katie, come running home again
Cross my heart and hope to die, shall I 'cause another tear from your eye?


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"Katie" as written by Jimmy Maccarthy

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