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One of the early writers of the folk revival Gary Shearston wrote a love song that wind-wise can only belong in the Southern Hemisphere. A song that felt good in the throat  and the heart.
GUITAR: Gordon McIntyre; Steve Ellis; BASS: Eric Gyors; HARMONICA: Geri Lobl

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Gary Shearston

I don’t want your sometime loving
That falls like Summer rain
For I’ve slept through two long winters,
And love’s been where my head has lain.

When you’ve travelled with the North Wind
Lyin’ on your window pane,
When you’ve found the warmth she brings you
Come and find me once again.

When you’ve wandered through the snow- storm
Through the pines on which she’s lain
When you’ve seen the way she holds them
Come and hold me once again.

When you've seen a hungry grassland
Reach out to kiss the rain,
When you know how strong that kiss is
Come and kiss me once again.

When the earth has turned her seasons
And her love has brought the grain,
When find that love inside you,
Come and live with me again.






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