A Greenock girl

a poem by Charles Fisher, UK

I walked hand in hand with a Greenock girl
Along along the Gourock promenade
I told her about my heart desire
A desire of joy filled her eyes
She squeezed my hand with ecstatic delight
And my heart proudly cried and cried
In our silence
We sat and viewed
The boats that sailed in the calmness
Of the Clyde

Like so many many loving couples
Down down from the ages of time
Walked the lover's walk upon this promenade
On many a fine sunny day
Oh what a nice fine day
Oh what a nice day
This day is
To be hand in hand with this Greenock girl
As we both stroll along the promenade

We embraced in the Springtime freshness
There's a sweetness that surrounds her
A light sea wind blows back her sensual hair
Her adorable eyes are alive with care


I am in love with a Greenock girl
Oh what a thrill
Oh what a thrill
I'm in madly in love with this Greenock girl
Who's in my arms, my loving loving arms
I'm in madly in love with this Greenock girl
Who's in my arms and fills my heart with nice things
Who in time will wear my wedding ring
Oh what a thrill
Oh what a thrill (repeat the first verse)

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