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The Wanderer
by Dunbarrow

The wolf or the wanderer
I don't remember which
But I was lost under spell of dirty tricks
I've seen the moon at night
In desert and in snow
I've heard the tales been told
And tasted wine of gold

But through all the joy, the misery and woe
I've known the reason why
Oh, I remember, in those greedy gleering eyes
Staring at me with the devil by its side

(The devil was looking at me!)

All of the pleasure
And the pain that we deny
For the mortal soul will sin
He said; My darling it is here upon the road
Among the ghosts who whisper so
I'll give you answers you never know

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