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(Over and over)
Who could not win the mistress, wooed the maid
With no sign of a grave
(Over and over)
(Over and over)

Hollow body
Wine belly
the midst of my sin, you saw beauty
You made me as white as a rose
You clothed me with your grace and forgiveness
I've never been so known
You have wooed my
Damn do you feel it? Woah
You got me so wooed
It's always been you
Can you take me to
Somewhere new
'Cause no one can do
Anything like you
i want you alone
But you just jacked it thats tragic no hope
Baby you wooed me you wooed me like woah
And i heard you breaking hearts
Now you ripping
I was longing to be wooed
I was ready to be humbled
By the words that you had written
By the syllables you mumbled
Yeah, I was ready in my heart
the school ground
Come over
Red rover
You're through

Not safe from the roar
Not safe from ourselves
It longs to be wooed
It longs to be held

Dark
You were bent out of shape,
and over a knee...over me.
So you sent all your words,
and every plea to tell me.

But I've never been wooed by a letter.
My reason must allow,
For I have wooed, not as I should

A creature made of clay.
When the angel woos the clay, he'll lose
His wings at the dawn
a prize upon the prince of perfect peace
And the one who wooed the world was wounded, look unto the East

The morning moved in mournfully with many moments
maid

I wooed her in the winter time
Part of the summer too
And the only, only thing that I did that was wrong
Was to keep her from the foggy, foggy dew
When a maiden is wooed by a man
His advances she frequently spurns
In her anger one day
She may send him away
Then she's anxious until he returns
maid

I wooed her in the winter time
Part of the summer too
And the only, only thing that I did that was wrong
Was to keep her from the foggy, foggy
and a drinker's look, but she had a friendly style
She dusted my room and made my bed and she talked of days gone by
She spoke of when she wooed the men; a tear
as two, two live as one,
Under the bamboo tree.

And in this simple jungle way,
He wooed the maiden ev'ry day,
By singing what he had to say;
One day
wooed her in the winter time some of the summer too
And the only, only thing I did that was wrong
Was to keep her from the foggy, foggy dew

One night she
down in the bramble where I rambled in the spring
The bramble was wild I was torn by the briars
My love he wooed me as I lie there
With a flower in my
down in the bramble where I rambled in the spring
The bramble was wild I was torn by the briars
My love he wooed me as I lie there
With a flower in my
down in the bramble where I rambled in the spring
The bramble was wild I was torn by the briars
My love he wooed me as I lie there
With a flower in my
maid 
I wooed her in the wintertime 
And part of the summer too 
The only, only thing I ever did that was wrong 
Was to keep her from the foggy,
fair as the Rowan in bloom
And the bloom of her eye watched the blue Moreland sky
I wooed her from April to June
On the day that we should have been
fair as the Rowan in bloom
And the bloom of her eye watched the blue Moreland sky
I wooed her from April to June
On the day that we should have been
Why do I try to win the love
That I've already wooed and won

[Chorus]
'Cause he likes to roll he likes to roll
He likes to roll he likes
the melodies that've wooed you
And aren't there other songs to be sung with messages untold

Seems that we've lost our will to challenge the mind
And be a unique
wanted 
Was to wander and be wooed
Like a Woman of the Phoenix
A welcomed Waterloo

I've seen the sun blaze the breast of the countryside
I've seen

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