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Little Delilah ver 2

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Second take of the song, just changed some minor stuff
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Little Delilah

Verse 1
Little Delilah
Why are you running away?
Away through those empty streets
Pelted by the pouring rain
Pelted by the pouring rain

Verse 2
Gently flowing
As winter turns to spring
Where cocaine fields and whiskey dreams
are sifting through your memories
They're sifting through your memories

Little Delilah
Little Delilah
You're Free
You're Free

Verse 3
Dreaming slowly
a dream that it's snowing in heaven
That Angels from montgomery
Cry from the lives they've led
They cry from the lives they've led

Little Delilah
Little delilah
You're Free
You're Free

Verse 4
Little Delilah
You ran away from me
You were born on a field of Dandelions
Died under a poppy tree
Died under a poppy tree

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Uploaded: Jan 21, 2008 - 12:26:02 PM
Last Updated: Jan 21, 2008 - 12:49:21 PM Last Played: Jun 27, 2019 - 11:03:04 AM
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Feter said 4287 days ago (January 21st, 2008)
Little Delilah
what a melancholy song ..I loved the set of your band
and what a vocie man ...your cool ,thnx for sharin
such gem ...!!!!!
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lavalamp said 4286 days ago (January 22nd, 2008)
Good job
Bob Dylan meets Springsteen meets Cat Stevens.
Good job.
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