Mister and Mississippi

Patti Page2013年7月15日

歌詞

Mister and Mississippi - Patti Page (帕蒂·佩奇)

I can't recall my mother

I don't remember dad

 

Mister and Mississippi

 

Was all I ever had

 

Oh I was born to wander

 

I was born to roam

 

And Mister and Mississippi

 

Made me feel at home

 

I was born to wander

I was born to roam

And Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

 

My cradle was the river

My school a river boat

 

My teacher was a gambler

The slickest one afloat

 

My teacher was a gambler

The slickest one afloat

 

He taught me not to gamble

On a petticoat

 

Oh I was born to wander

I was born to roam

And Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

Oh I was born to wander

I was born to roam

And Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

 

Oh darling now I love you

What more is there to say

 

I love you like a barefoot girl

Loves the summer day

 

The way a wandering gypsy

Loves the changing sea

 

Just like the restless river

 

Loves old New Orleans

 

Oh I was born to wander

I was born to roam

Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

 

I love a tiny village

 

A quiet country town

 

A house a little garden

With kiddies running around

 

You'd be a faithful husband

I'd be a trusty friend

 

Until I heard that steamboat

 

Coming around the bend

 

Oh I was born to wander

I was born to roam

And Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

Oh I was born to wander

I was born to roam

And Mister and Mississippi

Made me feel at home

And Mister and Mississippi

 

Made me feel at home

 

***歌詞來自第三方***