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Mary Hopkin – Temma Harbour lyrics

In a giant lemon tree, alone my baby and me
We both climb down and cross the sand until we reach the sea
And the waves come higher, higher as we sway and dance
And the way I feel makes me want to take a chance

Sing a song of Temma Harbour, climb a coconut tree
Catch a fish and light a fire, drink some wine with me
And if you say you like me and I like you,
We can go a little deeper in the long bamboo

Sunshine, sunshine,
Sun, sun, sun, sunshine.

In the treehouse here we lay above the blue sea spray
The tide rolls in and on the wind guitars begin to play
And the waves come higher, higher as we sway and dance
And the way I feel makes me want to take a chance

Sing a song of Temma Harbour, climb a coconut tree
Catch a fish and light a fire, drink some wine with me
And if you say you like me and I like you,
We can go a little deeper in th elong bamboo

Sunshine, sunshine,
Sun, sun, sun, sunshine.

Sunshine, sunshine,
Sun, sun, sun, sunshine.



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