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My Lady In Black

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My Lady In Black

My lady dressed in black well tended,
Adorned now in a black silk gown.
I watched as she with grace did ease,
A flight of steps then to the ground.

Adorned now in a black silk gown,
Coming with a sheen so bright.
A flight of steps then to the ground,
To see her was a great delight..

 Coming with a sheen so bright,
With the long black stole she wore.
To see her was a great delight,
Her beauty out shown a sunset shore.

With the long black stole she wore,
While around her neck hung black pearls.
Her beauty out shown a sunset shore,
Now from her hair  where two long curls.

While around her neck  hung black pearls,
When to a concert she arrived.
Now from her hair hung two black curls,
Just then the music came alive.

When to a concert she arrived,
All eyes became then fixed one her.
Just then the music came alive,
With this lass a panther with a purr 

All eyes became then fixed on her,
When to a restaurant she went.
With this lass a panther with a purr
Was worth each dollar that I spent.

When to a restaurant she went'
She turned each head when walking in.
Was worth each dollar that I spent,
Just then she looked and cracked a grin.

She turned each head when walking in,
But now it's time for her to go.
Just then she looked and cracked a grin,
At the arrival of her bow.

But now it's time for her to go,
When to his cheek she gave a kiss.
Their hand now did together weave,
They looked to have eternal bliss.

When to his cheek she gave a kiss,
I watched as she with grace did ease.
They looked to have eternal bliss,
Now Amber dressed in black to please.


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