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In the yDear of thirty nine assembled hEmere the volunteers In the dCays when the laGnds were fDew And the sEmhip sailed out into the bClue and sunny morn The sDsus4weetest sDign ever sGeen.
And the niDght followed day, and the stD#dimory tellers say The scEmore brave souls inAmside For sGo many a lonely day sailed acrDoss the milky seas NGe'eCr looked bEmack, neCver fDeared, neveGr crieDd
Don't you hGear my call though you're mCany years away Don't you hGear me calling Dyou Write your lGetters B7in the sEmand FGor the dCay I tGake your hAmand In the lGand that ouDr grandchildren kGnew
In the yDear of thirty nine came a sEmhip came from the blue The voluCnteers came hoGme that daDy And they Embring good news from a woCrld so newly born Though theiDsus4r hearts so hDeavily weGigh
Now the eaDrth is old and grey, little D#dimdarling we'll away But my lEmove this cannot Ambe For so mGany years have gone now I'm oDlder but a year YoGur mCother'sEm eyes frCom your Deyes - cGry to meD
Don't you hGear my call though you're mCany years away Don't you hGear me calling Dyou Write your lGetters B7in the sEmand FGor the dCay I tGake your hAmand In the lGand that ouDr grandchildren kGnew
Don't you hGear my call though you're mCany years away Don't you hGear me calling Dyou Write your lGetters B7in the sEmand CGan not hCeal me liGke your your Amhand For my lEmife, still aDhead, pity mGe
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