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Grace Darling - 180a wider silk and large grey mat

Words to the "Grace Darling Song"
  • 'Twas on the Longstone Lighthouse, there dwelt and English maid;
  • Pure as the air around her, of danger ne'er afraid;
  • One morning just at daybreak, a storm-tossed wreck she spied;
  • And tho' to try seemed madness, "I'll save the crew!' she cried.
  • And she pull'd away, o'er the rolling sea,
  • Over the waters blue --
  • 'Help! Help!' she could hear the cry of the shipwreck'd crew --
  • But Grace had an English heart,
  • And the raging storm she brav'd --
  • She pull'd away, mid the dashing spray,
  • And the crew she saved!

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