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When the summer brings in tide
Try and find out what this place I kept in mind

Heard a noise you heard the sound
Of tugboats singing to wedding gowns
Check it out at smith and 9th
Sits mary h.

Will today draw this bridge
Will today bring his jacket 'round this ridge?

Heard a noise you heard the sound
Of tugboats singing to wedding gowns
Check it out at smith and 9th
Sits mary h.

I just did not see it in time
Draw bridge and missed trains in mind
I just didn't see it before
Smith and 9th one more time more

I just didn't see it in time
Blue and white, tugboats in mind
I just didn't see it in me
Last stop at smith and 9th street

I just didn't see it in time
I just didn't see it in time
For what she said this before
Smith and 9th one more time more

One more time one more time one more
One more time one more time one more
One more time one more time one more
I saw his plaid jacket this time

Will today draw this bridge?



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