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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #57966: Faerie Queen /Blackmore's Night
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    Faerie Queen /Blackmore's Night






    Listen to this haunting song and complete the following lyrics ! May your fairy queen or fairy king come one day !



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    1. Over on the hill, there a flower

    2. Growing quicker , more perfect by the hour

    3. Deep within that flower is a chair

    4. All a-fringed with , the fairy queen sits there

    5. It is in her , that the wind does blow

    6. It is in her heart as pure as snow

    7. It is in her tears crystal fall

    8. And within her that she is in us all

    9. Oh dark ! Help me see

    10. Just one look, she is . Look on me !

    11. We are one . Fading with the sun

    12. As the bows to her majesty

    13. All the forest flowers love her

    14. Who would not admire ? Who could not ?

    15. Who does not desire ? Who to see more?









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