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Till The Wind Gets Right
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Oh the breeze is blowin’ balmy
An the sun is in a haze;
There’s a cloud jest givin’ coolness
To the laziest of days.
There are crowds upon the lakeside,
But the fish refuse to bite,
So I’ll wait and go a-fishin’
When the wind gets right.

Now my boat tugs at her anchor,
Eager now to kiss the spray,
While the little waves are callin’
Drowsy sailor come away,
There’s a harbor for the happy,
And its sheen is just in sight,
But I won’t set sail to get there,
Till the wind gets right.

That’s my trouble, too, I reckon,
I’ve been waitin’ all too long,
Tho’ the days were always
Still the wind is always wrong.
An’ when Gabriel blows his trumpet,
In the day o’ in the night,
I will still be found waitin’,
Till the wind gets right.