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An English Country Garden

by Nana Mouskouri

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(Sharpe/Jordan) How many gentle flowers grow In an English country garden? I'll tell you now of some I know And those I'll miss I hope you'll pardon Daffodils, heart's ease and flox Meadowsweet and lilly stalks Gentain, lupine and tall hollihocks Roses, foxgloves, snowdrops, forget-me-nots In an English country garden. How many insects find their home In an English country garden? I'll tell you now of some I know Those I miss I hope you'll pardon Dragonflies, moths and bees Spiders falling from the trees Butterflies sway in the mild gentle breeze There are hedgehogs that roam And little gnomes In an English country garden. How many songbirds make their nests In an English country garden? I'll tell you now of some I know Those I miss I hope you'll pardon Bobolink, coo cooing doves Blacbirds and the whirlwind thrush Bluebird, lark, pigeon, nightingale We all smile in the spring When the birds all start to sing In an English country garden. Robin, don't forget the Robin.

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