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Natalie Merchant — Bury Me Under The Weeping Willow
Album: The House Carpenter's Daughter
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Released: 2003
Length: 3:17
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Well, my heart is sad
And I am lonesome
For the only one I love
When shall we meet?
Oh no never
Till we meet in heaven above

So bury me underneath the willow
Under the weeping willow tree
So that he may know
Where I am sleeping
And perhaps he'll weep for me

Well, he told me that
He dearly loved me
Oh how could it be untrue?
Until the angels softly whispered,
"he will prove untrue to you"

So bury me underneath the willow
Under the weeping willow tree
So that he may know
Where I am sleeping
And perhaps he'll weep for me

Well, tomorrow was to be
Our wedding day
But oh my god
Where can he be?
He's out a courting with another
And no longer cares for me

So bury me underneath the willow
Under the weeping willow tree
So that he may know
Where I am sleeping
And perhaps he'll weep for me
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I love this CD so much I just ordered it from Amazon. You have to have a love for folk or old time mountain music or blue grass to get this style. Then you will be blown away.
I liked her SO much more when she was with the Manaics. pbm 8^)
Illustr8r wrote:
Typical.
Oh please. Typical of what? Certainly NOT of Natalie Merchant, since she's never done C&W before. I live it a lot, will pick up the CD this weekend.
Typical.