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The Proclaimers Sean Lyrics

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Sean I'd say the best one came from Tupelo, Mississippi
I'll tell you now that grown men cry and Irish girls are pretty

Though fear and hurt and care can lead me to despair
I saw why I'm here the morning you appeared

Sean, I sat awhile on clouds to ask God if he's living
I should have spent some time on knees in thanks for what he's given

From Parents smart and strong to both of us passed on
From Kings is where you come, through daughters and through sons

Sean I'd say the best one came from Tupelo, Mississippi
I'll tell you now grown men cry and Irish girls are pretty


Thanks to Jim Hunter jim@jimhunteruk.com for submitting Sean Lyrics.



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the most typical -and best! | Reviewer: Katarina | 8/2/2004

In my opinion, this is the most typical Proclaimers song, displaying the brothers' ability to sing in harmonies while just shouting out the music. Also, the presence of worship to both God and their hero Elvis, makes it a typical sample of their recordings. Of course, it is the best!

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