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Lovely Time

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Lovely Time

Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
Mockingbird, where from the highest altar
Is my virginal love that runs away from the middle of spring?
Where? Where? Where? 
Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
Please my dear blue bird tells me where I can find
The one who has stolen my glowed heart
The one who has passed away from the perfect wave
Running and running all around sunset still?
Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
Call everyone includes the sirens and the saints and the recurring dreamers
Let each one of them to find her for me
O, lo! Lo! Lo!
O, la! La! La!
No one can get to the gate before one of you finds her.
None at all, and are you bird? I hope I can find her
Before daylight fades as well as nightfall over the lovely
Shade toward the languid tears that are unwilling to fall
I will fill find her Heaven is going to help me as well.
Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
I will die today if none of you finds her. 
O, my Mockingbird! You, who dare and sing,
Who loves and cares, find her!
Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
Mockingbird, I can’t get the right sight in the dark
But tomorrow, during daylight, the sun will be there
From all of us will she be there too?
Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!
Mockingbird, please find her for me
And you tell her I will die today
Find her for me
You will find her, won’t you?
Across the recurred terrain or she will be just lay through the grass.  
Oh, lo! Lo! Lo! Lo!
La! La! La! La! La!

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