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Lady Mary


X:1 T:Lady Mary Z:Webmaster C:Trad M:3/4 L:1/4

1/4=120

K:D D | F3/2 F/2 F | G/2 A3/2 (A | (A3) | (A2) A/2)D/2 | w:He came from his pa-lace grand - - - He F3/2 F/2 F | (G/2 F3/2) E | (D2 D/2)D/2 w:came to my co- -ttage door - His F2 F | G3/2 F/2 G | (A3 | A) G, | w:words were few but his looks - Will F/2 (F3/2 F/2)F/2 | G/2 F3/2 E | D3 | D2 z/2 A/2 | w:lin-ger - for-e - ver-more - The B/2 B3/2 B | (d c) B | (A3 | A2) A | w:look in his sad - dark eyes - More B B B | (d c) B | (A3 | (A2) A/2)D/2 | w:ten-der than wo-rds could be - - But (F2 F/2)F/2 | G/2 F3/2 (G/2A/2) | (A3 | (A2) A/2)A,/2 | w:I - was no-thing to him - - - But F2 F/2F/2 | F2 E | (D3 | D2) || w:he was the world to me W:1 W:"He came from his palace grand W:He came to my cottage door W:His words were few but his looks W:Will linger forevermore W:The look in his sad, dark eyes W:More tender than words could be W:But I was nothing to him W:And he was the world to me" W: W:2 W:There, in her garden she stands W:All dressed in fine satin and lace W:Lady Mary, so cold and so strange W:Who finds in his heart no place W:"He knew I would be his bride W:With a kiss for a lifetime fee W:But I was nothing to him W:And he was the world to me" W: W:3 W:"And now, in his palace grand W:On a flower strewn bed he lies W:His beautiful lids are closed W:On his sad, dark, beautiful eyes W:And among the mourners who mourn W:Why should I a mourner be? W:For I was nothing to him W:And he was the world to me" % % % % % % % %]

						
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