Sorrel

Album: Wishbone Four (1973)
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  • In a garden of the southland
    He found her wandering astray
    She came to show him of her beauty
    That many passersby don't see
    Would you be taking in
    Such frail-looking lady
    The sadness of her lone display
    Dressed in yellow fire burning
    The corner dweller on the lane
    Sorrow was her only feeling
    For she could have no living shame
    Take thee care and time
    To sow your own true seed
    The summers end will bring your leaving
    Then he journeyed for a long ways
    And she was never in his mind
    Came he home to just a memory
    For the lady she had died
    Writer/s: ANDREW POWELL, DAVID TURNER, MARTIN TURNER, STEVE UPTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Badger from Los Angeles, CaThis song is moving and deserves many a listening... If one has a heart it will soar!
  • Human from Manchester, United KingdomAnother beautiful song penned and sung by Mr. Turner.
  • Tiffany from Small Town, Alok.. I LOVE THIS SONG! i would have to say its my third favorite WA song. i love it!
  • James from Toronto, Canadathis song is absolutely incredible...come on people, write more comments here. I cannot beleive I am the second person to write a comment for such a great song!
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