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Girl From The North Country

This song is by John Pearse and appears on the album Blues, Rags and Raga (1972).

This song is a cover of "Girl from the North Country" by Bob Dylan.
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Girl From The North Country
If you travel in that north country fair
Where the winds they hit heavy on the borderline
Remember me to a girl who lives there –
She once was a true lover of mine!

Won't you see that her hair's hanging long
See it roll, see it flow all down her breast
See for me, that her hair's hanging long
For that's the way, I remember her best!

And if you go where those snowflakes fall
And winter, it comes and summer it ends
See thar she has a coat that's so warm
For to keep her from the howling winds!

Well, I wonder, does she think of me at all
It's many the times I've hoped and prayed
In the darkness of my night –
In the brightness of my day!

So, if you travel in that north country fair
Where the winds hit heavy on the borderline
Remember me to a girl who lives there
For she once was a true lover of mine

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