Love For A Foreigner Girl

On marking a foreigner girl,
Sang it the heart of mine
In a foreign tune and tone of its own,
Just saw the girl,
Fell in love
And before could enquire about her hereabouts,
She vanished out of sight,
Nowhere to be traced,
A tourist, a traveler she

And from the river-bank of mine,
I looking up to that riverside,
The lassie sitting in the dark
And the heart pining for her,
Breaking and aching,
Searching and re-locating
The girl like,
Oh, where has she gone,
My alien love, my sweetheart,
Say it, I love her,
Get the message sent across!

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