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Grand Rainbow Song



Grand Rainbow Song

I wake ter the sound of the summertime rain
The sky looking grey with the downpour again
But as morning is filled with a breakfast or three
I can soon see the sun as she smiles down to me
I run through the fields and I soon see the sign
All the colours of summer as raindrops resign
And it makes me forget all the trouble and strife
At the end of the rainbow me dreams come to life

Do yer hope fer a cauldron with jewels and gold?
Or the finest of flowers whose petals unfold
Yer may hope fer some berries with lashings of cream
A grand fishing spot by yer favourite stream
And meself I will look fer me favourite treat
Many jarfuls of biscuits both crunchy and sweet
And it makes me forget all the trouble and strife
At the end of the rainbow me dreams come to life

Come sing a song of rainbows
Come sing a song of rainbows

So I run ter the place where the colours converge
But nature starts playing its evening dirge
The rainbow is waving goodbye to the light
The colours are fading as day turns to night
But there up ahead is a marvellous sight
A hamper of food and a fireplace bright
All me friends greet me merry and biscuits are rife
At the end of the rainbow me dreams come to life

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