John Denver – “Berkeley Woman”

(verse 1)
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To sail on a dream on a crystal clear ocean,
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to ride on the crest of a wild raging storm
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To work in the service of life and living,
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In search of the answers of questions unknown
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To be part of the movement and part of the growing,
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Part of beginning to understand,

(chorus)
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Aye Calypso the places you’ve been to,
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The things that you’ve shown us,
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The stories you tell,
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Aye Calypso, I sing to your spirit,
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Yhe men who have served you so long and so well
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Hi dee ay-ee ooo doo-dle oh
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oo do do do do do doo-dle ay yee
A E Dsus – D – A
doo-dle ay ee

(verse 2)
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Like the dolphin who guides you, you bring us beside you,
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To light up the darkness and show us the way,
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For though we are strangers in your silent world,
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To live on the land we must learn from the sea,
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To be true as the tide and free as a wind swell,
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Joyful and loving in letting it be

(chorus)
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Aye Calypso the places you’ve been to,
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The things that you’ve shown us,
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The stories you tell,
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Aye Calypso, I sing to your spirit,
D A E
Yhe men who have served you so long and so well
D A E
Hi dee ay-ee ooo doo-dle oh
D A E
oo do do do do do doo-dle ay yee
A E Dsus – D – A
doo-dle ay ee

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