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Bawdy Girl

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Bawdy Girl

-Linda Lee Lyberg

They thought she was a bawdy girl
Roaming free from place to place
With not a single care in the world
Until she gazed upon his face.

Roaming free from place to place
She didn’t want to commit
Until she gazed upon his face
For he was a man of true grit.

 

She didn’t want to commit
But then she fell madly in love
For he was a man of true grit
A precious gift sent from God above.

 

But then she fell madly in love
With not a single care in the world
A precious gift sent from God above
They thought she was a bawdy girl.

 

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Linda Lee Lyberg

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