Pedro,The Fisherman

Julie Andrews2011年11月22日

Pedro, The Fisherman - Julie Andrews

Pedro the fisherman was always

Whistling such a merry call


Girls who are passing by would here

Him whistling by the harbor wall


But his sweetheart Nina who loved him true

Always knew that his song belonged to her alone


And in the evening when the lights were gleaming


And they had to part


As he sailed his boat away echoing across the bay


Came the tune that lingered in her heart


So they wandered hand in hand

You in love understand

Why it was he whistled all the day


When they kissed and said goodnight


As she waved him out of sight


She could hear that whistle all the way


The days of dreaming quickly

Passed and life goes rushing on


And one day from the harbor

Wall she found his boat had gone


He'd sailed away to find the gold

The sea could never bring


To buy a dress a cuckoo clock

A saucepan and a ring


One day her father said to her oh

Dearest daughter mine


You never make a lot from fish

You make much more from wine


The Miguel is rather fat his vineyard's doing well


So marry him and let your

Dreams of Pedro go to hell


The organ peels the choir boys sing


The priest is ready with the book and ring


So small and white here comes the bride


And stands by suave Miguel's side


Will you have this man to be your

Lawful spouse eternally


And suddenly the church is still

They wait to hear her say I will

When through the open doorway there

A far off sound disturbs the air


Suddenly she found her man

From the church out she ran

There he was upon the harbor wall

Down rushed the wedding guests upon the key side

But the bride had gone

As with love she sailed away

Echoing across the bay

Came the happy ending to her song



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