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LES FLEURS (Hinchliffe / Staples / Boulter / Fraser / Colwill / Macaulay) Minnie Riperton - 1970 Les Fleurs - Minnie Riperton - From The Album 'Come to my Garden' 1970 Will somebody wear me to the fair? - (To the morning sing your lovely flower) Will a lady pin me in her hair? – (umm hum) Will a child find me by a stream – (In the lovely, in the sunny shower) Kiss my petals, and weave me through a dream For all of these simple things and much more, a flower was born; It blooms to spread love and joy, faith and hope to people forlorn... Inside every man lives the seed of a flower; If he looks within, he finds beauty and power... Ring all the bells, sing and tell the people everywhere that the flower has come; Light up the sky with your prayers of gladness, and rejoice, for the darkness is gone; Throw off your fears, let your heart beat freely at the sign that a new time is born... [2nd verse illegible – Doesn’t seem to be French - phonetically sounds as follows:] May pour say be Kaylin low your roses? People say be careful of your roses?) Save many and let him into my arm? (Ummmm) Look in fool you may no tayer breeze? look up all yea people take free?) May well say be gay will of your roses? – (ummmm) For all of these simple things and much more a flower was born; It blooms to spread love and joy faith and hope to people forlorn... Inside every man lives the seed of a flower; If he looks within, he finds beauty and power... La-la-la-la, la-la-la-la-la, la-la-la, la-la-la-la-la-la... (Transcribed by Lizzi -August 2014)

    


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