"My Sister And I" as written by and Joan Whitney Hy Zaret....
My sister and I remember still
A tulip garden by an old Dutch mill,
And the home that was all our own until
But we don't talk about that.
My sister and I recall once more
The fishing schooners pulling into shore,
And the dog-cart we drove in days before
But we don't talk about that.

We're learning to forget the fear
That came from a troubled sky.
We're almost happy over here,
But sometimes we wake at night and cry.
My sister and I recall the day
We said goodbye, then we sailed away.
And we think of our friends that had to stay,
But we don't talk about that.


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"My Sister and I" as written by Alex C. Kramer Zaret Hy

Lyrics © BOURNE CO., DELLA BLUE MUSIC LLC

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