"Mary Ann's Place" as written by and Michael Poulsen....
Here I sit at Mary Ann's place
Oh baby the rain is always pouring when I'm here
Saw the lightning caught your stone
Oh maybe the angels of tomorrow will let me go

Still the crying hurts in your head
Well you're still beneath my feet
Well oh God don't seems to follow
Hear my prayers until tomorrow's settlement

Side by side with Lucy's stone
You two are forever missing colors in my home

Do you think you can forgive
I know that your life has been a burden
A living hell

Still the crying hurts in your head
Well you're still beneath my feet
Have you looked into the sky
Well oh God don't seem to mind
Will the fire burn the flower
Or the angels sing tomorrow, when I'm near

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"Mary Ann's Place" as written by Michael Poulsen

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    General CommentHe is mourning at the grave of two lost ones Lucy & Mary Ann

    Very Beautifull song :D
    HellhoundNLon November 06, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationI believe this song is another sequel to the "Danny & Lucy (11PM)"/"Mr. & Mrs. Ness" series of songs, about Mary Ann, a sister to Lucy or Mother, and the song (While Michael Pouslen is singing..) is from the perspective of the father/mother (Depending on WHO Mary Ann is exactly..) and when Pernille Rosendahl is singing, could be from the perspective of Lucy or Mother/etc.
    CashMeInon January 08, 2012   Link

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