Cold Canadian Waters Misc. Country and Western
COLD CANADIAN WATERS by Roy Payne In the cold Canadian waters,north from the coast of Maine There's a Island called Newfoundland,swept by snow wind and rain On the Island.there's a village,with its customs and its ways Then little town of Carmenville,my home of childhood days Those childhood days were something,carefree all the time There's a girl in every story and you know there's one in mine She broke my heart so often and it stays a little sore That's the reason I left home and can't go back no more Chorus Where the people make a living on the land and on the sea There are people on the Island that means the world to me I wish I had the power to change the path of time And live again in Newfoundland,my home of childhood time I love to watch the sailboats as they glide across the bay To see again the farmers sew the seeds and cut the hay You see the Island has no strangers everybody is your friend The little Isle of Newfoundland,I'd love to see again
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