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Chely Wright – Halona lyrics
She was born at midnight
The moment that the storms came
The ground was thirsty
It was cracked and bare
She was magic and everybody knew it
She had blue eyes and warm golden hair
And we sing

Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, princess of the prairie rain
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
The sky surrenders when we sing your name

She brought the waters
A blessing for the season
The corn was planted
And that river ran white
With harvest coming there was one thing we still needed
Warmer days so that corn could grow high
And we sing

Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, princess of the prairie sun
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Bring us the fire from the sky above

Her eyes are pools of water
Her hair is sunlight too
That child has many fathers
The stars, the wind, the moon
We have a celebration
The eighth October night
We hold our bounty up high
And we sing

Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Halona princess of the prairie rain
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
The sky surrenders when we sing your name
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Halona princess of the praire sun
Halona, oh Halona
Halona, oh Halona
Bring us the fire from the sky above
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