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WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND (Words and Music by Joni Mitchell - 1967) Who has seen the wind scalloping the sea Or gliding like a swallow over villages and trees? "I have," said the willow, "And I begged him please to stay, but he went away, He went on his own one day." And I sing "One love have I," and he sings, "Now it's goodbye," And I sing "Part of me dies until I see you again." Who has seen the sun through a parasol of leaves, Through scattered ruby cloud fires, through the silver wings of bees? "I have," said the waters, "and I held his face to mine, But he left in time, he went in his own good time." And I sing "One love have I," and he sings, "Now it's goodbye," and I sing "Part of me dies until I see you again." Who has seen the stranger in a coat of simple brown, With his face of many faces, with his eyes turned out of town? I have and I kissed him and I begged him please to stay, But he went away, with the sun and the wind away. And I sing "One love have I," and he sings, "Now it's goodbye," and I sing "Part of me dies until i see you again"

    


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