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As I Walked Out One Evening
As I walked out one evening,Walking down Bristol Street,The crowds upon the pavementWere fields of harvest wheat.
And down by the brimming riverI heard a lover singUnder an arch of the railway:'Love has no ending.
'I'll love you, dear, I'll love youTill China and Africa meet,And the river jumps over the mountainAnd the salmon sing in the street,
'I'll love you till…
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