"She Moved Through the Fair" as written by Rob Cavallo and Dp,....
My own love said to me
My mother won't mind
And my father won't smite you
For your lack of kind

She went away from me
And this she did say
It will not be long
Til our wedding day

She went away from me
And she moved through the fair
And slowly I watched her
Move here and move there

She went her way home ward
With one star away
As the swan in the evening
Moves over the way

I dreamed last night
That my own love came in
She came and so sweetly
Her feet made no din

She came close beside me
And this, this she did say
It will not be long love
Til our wedding day


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"She Moved Through the Fair" as written by Salli Isaak David Delargy

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    Song ComparisonIf anyone ever listen or read the real lyric of this song, it's sadder since the lady actually died.

    The people were saying,
    No two e'er were wed
    But one had a sorrow
    That never was said.
    And I smiled as she passed
    With her goods and her gear,
    And that was the last
    That I saw of my dear

    Last night she came to me,
    My dead love came in.
    So softly she came
    That her feet made no din.
    As she laid her hand on me,
    And this she did say:
    It will not be long, love,
    'Til our wedding day.

    Well maybe a song with sad ending (really sad one, not just being left by the loved one) doesn't suit Groban?
    zahrinanoon June 03, 2013   Link

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