Rosemary

Album: Aoxomoxoa (1969)
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  • Boots were of leather
    A breath of cologne
    Her mirror was a window
    She sat quite alone

    All around her
    The garden grew
    Scarlet and purple
    And crimson and blue

    She came and she went
    And at last went away
    The garden was sealed
    When the flowers decayed

    On the wall of the garden
    A legend did say:
    No one may come here
    Since no one may stay Writer/s: JEROME J. GARCIA, ROBERT C. HUNTER
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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