"Mama And Papa" as written by and Gareth/quinn Coombes....
Walk in the park, and it's getting dark, and I don't want to be alone
Miss my mummy, and I miss my daddy; won't you please bring them back home?
Fly down the lane through the wind, and the rain till the fires of the evening go
Miss my mummy, and I miss my daddy; won't you please bring them back home?
Drift in time as the mountains rise from the floor of the valley below
Seasons change as the rivers meet the sea

Walk in the park, and it's getting dark, and I don't want to be alone
Miss my mummy, and I miss my daddy; won't you please bring them back home?
Tire of the trail as the daylight fails, and the shadows of the east do grow
Miss my mummy, and I miss my daddy; won't you please bring them back home?
Side by side in the countryside with no thought for getting home
Distant stars are the only lights to see

Miss my mummy, and I miss my daddy; won't you please bring them back home?


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"Mama & Papa" as written by Robert Coombes Gareth Coombes

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