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My Loved One

Edith Segal
Language: English



What shines from your cell
To my lonely cell, my loved one?
What shines from your cell
To my lonely cell, my loved one?
Your eyes like bright stars
Shining through prison bars
Your eyes like bright stars, my loved one.

Oh if I could bring
Oh what would I bring my loved one?
Oh if I could bring
Oh what would I bring my loved one?
I’d bring a red rose
And my heart I’d enclose
I’d bring a red rose, my loved one.

Oh if I could speak
Oh what would I say, my loved one?
Oh if I could speak
Oh what would I say, my loved one?
I’d say “I love you
Our love’s old, our love’s new.”
I’d say ”I love you,” my loved one.

Oh if we could sing
Of what would we sing, my loved one?
Oh if we could sing
Of what would we sing, my loved one?
We’d sing of the light
That comes out of dark night
We’d sing of the light, my loved one.

Will our children laugh
Will we hear them laugh, my loved one?
Will our children laugh
Will we hear them laugh, mv loved one?
We know it will be
For the people and we
Will fight till we’re free, my loved one.


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