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The Pogues

The dawn shines her light to scare off the night
The sun from his slumber is woken
And the bells are ringing out as the town crier shouts
Words too strong to be spoken

There's a rumble in the ground and the air fills with sound
Trumpets in the wind are a blowing
And the townsfolk peep through the curtains of sleep
To the sound of the cocks all a crowin'

The winds may blow
Come rain, come snow
Today's for you and me
I gave my heart to you my love
You gave your heart to me

The sun wears a smile and the clock winks its dial
Clouds in the sky are unfolding
And the birds on the wing like angels they sing
The heavens are glowing all golden

The crowds all spill out, they cheer and they shout
Banners and flags are a waving
And the flowers all a bloom, blow kisses to the moon
As blossom falls on the paving

The winds may blow
Come rain, come snow
Today's for you and me
I gave my heart to you my love
You gave your heart to me

The whole world roars a chorus of applause
Strangers from Delhi to Dublin
Are swept off their feet as they kiss on the street
And the waters like champagne are bubbling

The winds may blow
Come rain, come snow
Today's for you and me
I gave my heart to you my love
You gave your heart to me

I gave my heart to you my love
You gave your heart to me

Written by FINER, JEREMY MAX
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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