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(hank marvin)Butterflies danced on invisible stringsshowing wings they borrowed from a rainbowand a blackbird on high sang a praise to the skywhile a light aeroplane sprayed the fieldswith a silvery rainfurry backed bees with a tireless dronenever moan, they’re happy to be workingand a grasshopper green could be heard but not seenwhile a light aeroplane sprayed the fieldswith a silvery rainfly away, peter, fly away, paulbefore there’s nothing left to fly at alltake to the sky, higher than highbefore the silvery rain begins to fallnothing moves now but the swaying ripe cornnot a dawn is greeted with a bird’s songthere’s a feather or two from a bird that once flewbefore a light aeroplane sprayed the fieldswith a silvery rainfly away, peter, fly away, paulbefore there’s nothing left to fly at alltake to the sky, higher than highbefore the silvery rain begins to fallfly away, peter, fly away, paulbefore there’s nothing left to fly at alltake to the sky, higher than highbefore the silvery rain begins to fall



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