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you think that I don't know 
I'm really not that blind 
Last night you said I love you 
With Barbara on your mind 
Last night you called me darlin'
Carol Lynn 

And trusting you has gotten strange
You'll close the door when the cold has gotten in
And all the love left in the world
Won't keep you
Barbara's a green briar

They grew and grew to the old church wall
And could not grow no higher
And there they died in a true love-knot
The rosebush
Twas in the merry month of May 
When flowers were a-bloomin' 
Sweet Willie on his deathbed lay 
For the love of Barbara Allen 

He sent his
Twas in the merry month of May
When flowers were a-bloomin'
Sweet Willie on his deathbed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen
He sent his servant
Barbara's a green brier

They grew and grew to the old church wall
And could not grow no higher
And there they died in a true love-knot
The rosebush
graeme o' the west countree
Fell in love wi' barbara allan
He sent his men down thro' the town
To the place where she was dwellin'
O haste and come to my
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
Katie-Lynn, you've always lived your life out loud
You know that's something I have always loved you for
Katie-Lynn, this one has brought you
T'was in the merry month of May
When flowers were a-bloomin'
Sweet Willie on his deathbed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen

He sent his servant
thang bang gang
To my thang thang, you may do the same thang
Say ya miss me, then kiss me
Love me, hug me, ain't no quickies

[Sera-Lynn (sung)]
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
in Tennessee
Now that's a common little miracle I know.
But for me and Becky Lynn she's the dream that started
When we fell in love so many years
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
Twas in the merry month of May, 
When the green buds were swellin'. 
A young man on his deathbed lay 
For the love of Barbara Allen. 

He sent
love

And I played it with them all
There was Mary, Martha, Diana, Eva, Josie
Hannah, Anna, Sally, Beth and Rosie
Bonnie, Connie, Susan and Cindy
a green briar

They grew and they grew on the old church wall
And could not grow no higher
And there they tied in a true love's knot
The rose bush
Was in the merry month of May
When all gay flowers were a bloomin',
Sweet William on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
Barbara Allen
Or Fair Ellen all sad at the cabin door
A weepin' and a-pinn', for love
A weepin' and a-pinn', for love
All in the merry month of May
When the green buds they were swelling,
William Green on his death-bed lay
For the love of Barbara Allen.

He sent
He's two wheels close to God
His captain Lynn sailing by his side
He'll never leave you lost

Though his arms can't squeeze you tight
He'll hold you
and my joy
You are my sister, mother and child
You are everything to this boy.

Do not leave me... my love.
Now you are my lynn (indecipherable)
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