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LETRA 'SEE MY GIRLS'

As I sit here attending my news stand
The water lapping ‘round my little island
My girls are running around the world
See the pictures above my cash register
They see the world and they send it me home

They take pictures with their cameras
They see the world and they send it back home
I stick the pictures above my cash register
They see the world and they send it me home

See my girls on the Headerwick buses
They like the energy of London town
A cooking pot with so many flavours
They taste the world and they send it me home

Taking picture at the Eiffel tower
Taking pictures on the Grand canal
I stick the pictures above my cash register
They see the world and they send it me home

See my girls, see my girls

And they dream of returning to this little island
The most beautiful island in this world
Riding camels in the Sahara
They see the pyramids across the Nile
On a boat in the Amazonia
They see these things and they send it me home

The tall buildings of the Americas
Skyscrapers as they are known
They take pictures with their cameras
They see the world and they send it me home

See my girls, see my girls

And they dream of returning to this little island
The most beautiful island in this world

Taking pictures in the planetariums
They take their pictures in the Grand Bazars
With the horses of Buenos Aries
And the antelopes of Africa
At the grave of the great Bob Marley
The slanty pillars of Park Guelle
With statues of Piazola

They see the world and they send it me home

See my girls, see my girls

So many tears shed into this ocean
So many innocent lost souls
So many cries of desperation
Washed up on these shores

Among the crosses in the hills of Flanders
At the gates of Birkenau
The killing fields of Cambodia
They see the world and they send it back me home

See the beauty of the great Damascus
And of the babies of South Yemen
The security barriers of Jerusalem
They see the world and they send it to me

With the turtles of Kefalonia
With the dolphins of Donegal
The great oak tree in the hills of Paulhac
They see the world and they send it me home