Little Maggie

Album: Lullaby And… The Ceaseless Roar (2014)
  • Yonder come little Maggie
    With a dram glass in her hands
    She's out running, with a new girl
    With another, sorry man

    Last time, a saw Maggie
    She was sitting by the sea
    With her forty-four all around her
    And her banjo on her knee

    Phone her, can I? Everstanding
    Just to see those two blue eyes

    Witch on a chalion, like a diamond
    Like a diamond, in the sky oh

    I'm going down, to the station
    With my suitcase all in my hand Oh how can I ever stand it
    I'm going away, away to leave you
    In some far out distant land hey hey, hey hey
    Hey oh Writer/s: SNAKEFARM
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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