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Willie Nelson – I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover lyrics

I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before
First is the sunshine, the second is rain
Third is the roses that bloom in the lane

There's no need explaining
The one remaining is somebody I adore
I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before

I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before
First is the sunshine, the second is rain
Third is the roses that bloom in the lane

There's no need explaining
The one remaining is somebody I adore
I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before, that I overlooked before



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    Camels in the mist. Mist as the morning dawned. Mist as thick as pea soup. A lone lady gazed into the pea soup. It was green. And chunky. She was longing for her long-lost love. Fred. He had dimples. I mean, really, how couldya not love him? And double eyelids. He would have been considered beautiful in asia. Where the camels were. In the mist. Green. Green camels. Green mist. Green peas.

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