Spiritwind Wood

Rookie - 469 Points (04/07/1968 / West Virginia)

Mary


Mary came to me
like a Angel in a dream
as beautiful as a winter snow
coming down in December
with a smile I can't get off my mind
and now all I know
she's a face to remember
in this lonely crowd
an angel in a cloud

And if I seen her walk on by
she's where I would want to go
here forever by her side
is where I would want to hide

Mary is a woman
every girl would want to be
she could make a man
turn around
think a angel has come down

And if I seen her cry
I'd wipe the tears
from her face
hold her with a warm embrace
to let her know
everything would be alright
heaven is in her arms tonight
that's where I want to die

When the day is done
Mary would still be the one
I would hold tight
til the morning sun
shined on that empty horizon

Mary could make a blind man see
set his soul free
and with Mary is where I want to be
in this lonely place
(spiritwind-2008)

Submitted: Saturday, September 26, 2009
Edited: Friday, October 15, 2010

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