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Oh, Mary was a maiden
When the birds began to sing.
She was sweeter than the blooming rose
So early in the spring.
Her thoughts were gay and happy
thoughts
I didn't wanna suicide as the result
So the night at my Fort Collins show before I hit the stage
I left through the back for a walk and no one
has been
But I was born in Brennan's Glenn
And near the end of spring there grows
A briar and a rose

Picked the rose one early morn
I pricked my
You know this,have faith in spring
And in above and everything
Keep the curtains open
Push the window wide
Let the early morning tumble inside
(Drinking beer)
Well, early in the mornin'
(Drinking beer)
Yes, in the afternoon
(Drinking beer)
Yes, in the evenin'
(Drinking beer)
Ah, in spring
If you see her, say hello,
She might be in Tangiee
She left here last early spring
Is livin' there, I hear
Say for me that I'm all right
Though
If you see her, say hello,
She might be in Tangiee
She left here last early spring
Is livin' there, I hear
Say for me that I'm all right
Though
on the screened-in porch
And I stared out past the shade tree
That my laughing daddy planted on the day that I was born

And I let time go by so slow
And I made
should I be forsaken,
Why must I here in sorrow remain?

Through yonder grove, by the spring that is running
There you and I have so merrily played,
On the road home, got the radio on
And all the miles are running by
Like so many songs, you and I, on the road home
Partners in our travelin',
On the road home, got the radio on
And all the miles are running by
Like so many songs, you and I, on the road home
Thoughtless in our travelin',
be forsaken,
Why must I here in sorrow remain?

Through yonder grove, by the spring that is running
There you and I have so merrily played,
Kissing
It was late in the early spring, when we picked out the rings
We said 'I do' and took off on our honeymoon
The seashore sure was nice, we made love
the white man's place

It was early in the spring when the snow had disappeared
They came down with a bag of skins
In the fall of the year of 1910
Daddy
(Words and Music by Joan Baez)

Outside the Nashville city limits
A friend and I did drive,
On a day in early winter
I was glad to be alive.
We went
bed with a worn-out look.
The slats were busted and the springs were loose,
And the dents in the mattress fitted Aimee's caboose.

Well they took
The pirate anchored on a Wednesday
And why he came to port I wonder
To see a lady so my friends say
She dances for the sailors
In a smoky cabaret
The pirate anchored on a Wednesday
And why he came to port I wonder
To see a lady so my friends say
She dances for the sailors
In a smoky cabaret
of London Town.

There's a little city flower every spring unfailing
Growing in the crevices by some London railing,
Though it has a Latin name, in town
Strap like better rain is, pill poppin. Zanec so I don't feel the Miley. Pandora on Phil Collins, ten years in bitch I'm still ballin. Chill dog, just
I believe in the secret path that's hiding from 
Our eyes,the night-time skies 
Are weaving a web of haze 
Golden shores are so far away from
Spring had come early
In the parks and the old town
I came with a mission 
To patch up a dream 
We walked and I talked and my words were absorbed
Into
of London Town.

There's a little city flower every spring unfailing
Growing in the crevices by some London railing,
Though it has a Latin name, in town
The grace of London Town.
 
 INTERLUDE
 There's a little city flower every spring unfailing
 Growing in the crevices by some London railing,
 Though it
If you see her, say hello, she might be in Tangier
She left here last early spring, is livin' there I hear
Say for me that I'm all right though new