She’s playing the guitar.
Mary started singing, “Daisy, Daisy, tell me your answer true . . .”
I would call her what I call my mother. Her name is Daisy. It sure it.
I think she’s just strumming.
“Let me call you sweetheart . . .”
There are autumn leaves in October.
She’s in the park and she’s waiting. She could be singing for people in the park.
She would like to play for as many people as she can.
Then she’ll do some shopping. Then she going to meet her boyfriend for
an early dinner.
They are going to sit down and plan their future.
They’ll get married in few years.
There are places out there that are like that and if I were one of those
people I would like to go.
I think they may run to the places we all like to be at.
“Daisy, Daisy, tell me your answer true . . .”
She would say “I love you.”
(Don replied) If I were the guy, I would say, “You’ve said the right thing
and I would come back to say it again.”
Then she’ll go off with her five boyfriends.
They’re going to go to the movies to see “The Color Purple.”
There will be enough people to say, “May we see you again?”
She’ll say, “Of course.”