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The Bonnie Bonnie Sand of St Andrews Bay ©

Robbie Kennedy Bennett
Wolverhampton, England
2006

As the sun shone over this glorious land,
I walked by the brine on the bonnie bonnie sand.
'Twas the breeze that whispered...
'Stand by here and gaze',
I was caught and captured by the wash of the wave.
I stood there in reverence transfixed for a while,
I was caught and captured as in a pretty girls smile.
When finding a love your heart will call,
if you stand and admire you will finally fall.
'Twas the breeze that whispered...
'Stand by here and gaze',
I was caught and captured by the wash of the wave.
Caught in the glory of this part of land,
Captured by the brine
And the bonnie bonnie sand.



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