Gardens (Agnes Mure MacKenzie) cho: For days work and weeks work, as I go up and down There are many gardens all about the town For days work and weeks work as I go up and down There are many gardens all about the town One that's gay with daffodils One where children play One that's white with cherry flowers Another red with May CHO A kitten and a lilac bush Bridal white and tall And later crimson ramblers Against a granite wall CHO I have passed your railings When you never knew And people who have gardens I give my thanks to you CHO recorded by the McCalmans As to authorship etc., the "real" title is "To People Who Have Gardens", air fro m Marion Macleod of Eigg, arranged for voice and piano by Marjory Kennedy-Fraser --among her Songs of the Hebrides collection. I have the sheet music from Boosey & Co., copyright 1921. The words are by the novelist and historian Agnes Mure M acKenzie of Stornoway. MS HS JW
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