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Cardiff Bay
by Martyn Joseph

Took my son and his tear stained face out of Sunday School

As Chapel Hymns began to fade away

Left his mother with the other as we drove across our town

Going to the place where the seagulls and the cranes play

On a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

This is one day of our lives

And on a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

Know that I love you

All of my life

And the old man in the side street he made you smile

Waved at us both so we both waved back

Down on through Bute Street to the mud of the low tide

They tear the old things down my son, but some things stay the

Same

On a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

This is one day of our lives

And on a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

Know that I love you

All of my life

Saw Captain Scott on the Terranova

Setting sail for open sea

And mayeb one day when you're older

You'll come down this way and think of me

It'll be a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

Just one day of your life

And on that Sunday over Cardiff Bay

Know that I loved you..

On a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

This is one day of our lives

And on a Sunday over Cardiff Bay

Know that I love you

I hope that's alright…

All of my life

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