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FROM THE LAND OF THE SKY-BLUE WATER (Charles Wakefield Cadman (m) Nelle Richmond Eberhart (l) 1909) as recorded by Lee Wiley with orchestra directed by Billy Butterfield July 1957 New York >From the land of the sky-blue water They brought a captive maid, And her eyes, they were lit with lightning; Her heart was not afraid! And he steals to her lodge at dawning And woos her with his flute. She is sick for the sky-blue water, The captive maid is mute. But he steals to her lodge at dawning And woos her with his flute. She is sick for the sky-blue water, The captive maid is mute. (Transcribed by Peter Akers - March 2015)

    


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