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The Legend of the Louisiana Gypsy

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The Legend of the Louisiana Gypsy

Gentle April showers tapped on a rusty tin roof the four leaf clovers already wet from the morning dew spring forth little one, to a life brand new Possibly you can be delivered today peaceful and true the daises whisper your name saying their “I love you” the cows need milking and the rooster bids you adieu On this peaceful spring is a farm waiting for you blue birds spread their wings singing praises too as a new foal stands near the fence playing peek a boo The ducks in the pond swim happily two by two even the ravens in the field caw waiting for a baby born new come on little girl with scarlet curls show them what you can do Pink blankets are awaiting to swaddle you, not blue the barn is excited for changes even Lucy goose from a little gypsy dancer dancing to cows moos On this grand April day peace abounds with her fruits she will grow up in a barn dancing telling her truth even though she may be but one she knows... "Peace begins with me, but also with you,

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