BillieJo Mayes

(8/6/1997)

Oh Bill


When the sun comes over the hill
I watch and wounder
When will I see your lovely face
oh bill oh bill
Can you hear that thunder?
As it rumbles through the sky
I would like you to watch and wounder
Oh bill oh bill
The sun is saying hello
Can’t you see it smile?
It longs to see your face
oh bill oh bill
But you can’t watch and wounder
So the sun is saying good bye
We will never see you lovely face
oh bill oh bill
Why did you go away
The sun and I are so lonely
As I sit up on this hill
Oh bill oh bill

Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, December 27, 2011
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