"Mississippi Isabel" as written by and Charles Nicholas Joseph Costa....
Found out about her
Her name's Mississippi Isabel
She grows wild strawberries
She's made of ivoir and pearl.

To look at the universe
She'd abandoned the world
I go with her back to the darkness
I'd give my life for this girl
[Repeat x2]
I rode around on my bicycle
All the way in the rain
She kissed me once I took her out for lunch
And she never kissed me again

Her beauty knows no tick of time
She's the song of the nightingale
The torturer, the remedy and the tragedy
In the passionate tale

And I begged for forgiveness for the way that I am
And I hope she doesn't blame men for the inelegance of men

[Repeat x6]
I rode around on my bicycle
All the way in the rain
She kissed me once I took her out for lunch
And she never kissed me again


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"Mississippi Isabel" as written by Charles Nicholas Joseph Costa Charles Costa

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