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Natalie Merchant – Henry Darger lyrics

Who'll save the poor little girl?
Henry Darger
Henry Darger

Who'll save the poor little girl?
O, Henry...

Who'll tell the story of her?
Henry Darger
Henry Darger

Who'll tell it all to the world?
O, Henry...

Who'll buy the carbon paper now?
Henry Darger
Henry Darger

Who'll trace the lines of her mouth?
O, Henry...

Who will conquer foreign worlds
Searching for the stolen girls?

Princesses you'll never fear
The patron saint of girls is here!

Who will draw the calvary in
Risk his very own precious skin
To make our Angelinia a free and peaceful land again?

Henry

Who'll love a poor orphan child?
Henry Darger
Henry Darger

Lost, growing savage and wild?
O, Henry
O, Henry
O, Henry



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