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BELLE OF BUTTERCUP LANE (Mack David / Margo Smith) Margo Smith - 1979 Every day she dresses for her wedding In the bridal gown she will wear And for years she's been dressing for this wedding But the bridegroom is never there She never says a word, she never says a thing But every now and then you'll hear her sing I am the belle of Buttercup Lane And you are my little boy blue We'll sing in the sunshine, we'll laugh in the rain And I am so happy with you On her gown's a bright shiny medal Attached with a ribbon of course It's the medal they gave for a hero It's called the Distinguished Service Cross It happened far away, it's been so very long And now she's old and grey as she sings her song Oh, I am the belle of Buttercup Lane And you are my little boy blue We sing in the sunshine we laugh in the rain And I am so happy with you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2017)

    


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