Seals & Crofts

Seals & Crofts - Irish Linene lyrics

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(lyrics by James Seals; music by James Seals & Dash Crofts, 1969)

From the album YEAR OF SUNDAY (1972).

Met a girl in Lenningrad, she wasn't bad and I might add

I found it such a pleasure to be near her, just to hear her call my name.

She was so fair, and she wore Irish linen in her hair.

She lived in the valley wide, a country ride from my side.

I spent most of my time thinking of her. How I loved her, such a shame.

I'm not there to touch the Irish linen in her hair.

Irish linen, memories not bad, green and red make me sad.

Irish linen, I would be so glad, green and red,

I could have had her for my own.

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