Ingrid Bergman

Album: Mermaid Avenue (1998)
  • Ingrid Bergman, Ingrid Bergman
    Let's go make a picture
    On the island of Stromboli
    Ingrid Bergman

    Ingrid Bergman, you're so perty
    You'd make any mountain quiver
    You'd make fire fly from the crater
    Ingrid Bergman

    This old mountain it's been waiting
    All its life for you to work it
    For your hand to touch its hard rock
    Ingrid Bergman
    Ingrid Bergman

    If you'll walk across my camera,
    I will flash the world your story,
    I will pay you more than money
    Ingrid Bergman

    Not by pennies dimes nor quarters
    But with happy sons and daughters
    And they'll sing around Stromboli
    Ingrid Bergman

    This old mountain it's been waiting
    All its life for you to work it
    For your hand to touch its hard rock
    Ingrid Bergman
    Ingrid BergmanWriter/s: BILLY BRAGG, WOODY GUTHRIE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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