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SOFT BLOW THE SUMMER WINDS (John Phillips) The Journeymen - 1961 Town Criers - 2002 Lord, we marched them dusty roads Gettysburg, that day Jamie, right there by my side, oh Lord Every step of the way Soft blow the summer winds Where Jamie lies He don't have to fight again Sally, don't you cry As we marched them last few miles Our heads hanging down Told me `bout his darling bride, oh Lord Her name was Sally Brown Soft blow the summer winds Where Jamie lies He don't have to fight again Sally, don't you cry Yes, I marched beside him, Lord Gave him water when he was dry But I could not hide him, Lord When it came his turn to die Soft blow the summer winds Where Jamie lies He don't have to fight again Sally, don't you cry

    


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