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Westron Wynd(2)

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Westron Wynd (2)

Westron Wynd (2)
(Jim Spencer)

Western Wind when will you blow?
The small rain down shall rain
Criest "If my love were in my arms
And I in my bed again"

No moon, no cloud is in the sky
How calm the eventide
Tossing here I sleep alone
With no one by my side

I drift in dreams my feelings flow
As sure my memories roam
Western Wind when will you blow
And lead me safely home?

Oh Western Wind Where will you blow?
My heart with yearning pain
Is weary through these winter days
To lie with my love again

 Western Wind when will you blow?
The small rain down shall rain
Criest If my love were in my arms
And I in my bed again

These are additional words to 'Westron Wynde' that were written (to my knowledge
)
by a Milwaukee singer songwriter poet named Jim Spencer back in the early 70's.
Jim is no longer with us but he had a way with words - especially traditional ly
rics.
He recorded several albums including "the Most Beautiful Song in the Forest"
an original story set with original songs based on Mother Goose rhymes.
WP
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