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    Cave Nick The Kindness of Strangers текст песни

    The Kindness of Strangers

    They found Mary Bellows cuffed to the bed
    With a rag in her mouth and a bullet in her head
    O poor Mary Bellows
    She’d grown up hungry, she’d grown up poor
    She left her home in Arkansas
    O poor Mary Bellows
    She wanted to see the deep blue sea
    She travelled across Tennessee
    O poor Mary Bellows
    She met a man along the way
    He introduced himself as Richard Slade
    O poor Mary Bellows
    Poor Mary thought that she might die
    When she saw the ocean for the first time
    O poor Mary Bellows
    She checked into a cheap little place
    Richard Slade carried in her old suitcase
    O poor Mary Bellows
    «I’m a good girl, sir», she said to him
    I couldn’t possibly permit you in
    O poor Mary Bellows
    Slade tipped his hat and winked his eye
    And turned away without goodbye
    O poor Mary Bellows
    She sat on her bed and thought of home
    With the sea breeze whistling all alone
    O poor Mary Bellows
    In hope and loneliness she crossed the floor
    And undid the latch on the front door
    O poor Mary Bellows
    They found her the next day cuffed to the bed
    A rag in her mouth and a bullet in her head
    O poor Mary Bellows
    So mothers keep your girls at home
    Don’t let them journey all alone
    Tell them this world is full of danger
    And to shun the company of strangers
    O poor Mary Bellows
    O poor Mary Bellows



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