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Margaret Whiting – A Tree In The Meadow lyrics
There's a tree in the meadow
With a stream drifting by
And carved upon that tree I see
"I love you till I die"
I will always remember
The love in your eye
The day you carved upon that tree
"I love you till I die"
But further on down lovers' lane
A silhouette I see
I know you're kissing someone else
I wish that it were me
By that tree in the meadow
My thoughts always lie
And wherever you go, you'll always know
I love you till I die
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    A sweet song about love lost and remembered...
    The last line should say "and where 'ere you go, you'll always know, I love you till I die.
    If you listen closely, Margaret Whiting says it that way too. I learned this song when I was very young, and still remember all the lyrics.
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