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MAID OF THE WEST (Music: Clay Smith / Words: Roscoe Gilmore Stott - 1922) Far away in the West Where the Sun goes to rest Where the prairie lands scorch in the Sun Where the huddling herds graze Through the still nights and days There's a heart that I've wooed and I've won Little maid of the West In the land I love best Little pal on the trails that are long Little comrade so fair With the wind in your hair And your lips that are gay with a song Little mate we will go To the peaks with the snow We will climb where the eagles nest Where the clouds bend and nod We will pledge before God All our love, little maid of the West Far away where the sea Calls her sons to be free And her mountains her sons to be steel In the canyons and steeps Where the waterfall leaps There's a maid at whose feet I would kneel Little maid of the West In the land I love best Little pal on the trails that are long Little comrade so fair With the wind in your hair And your lips that are gay with a song Little mate we will go To the peaks with the snow We will climb where the eagles nest Where the clouds bend and nod We will pledge before God All our love, little maid of the West (Contributed by Mel Priddle - November 2013)

    


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