Do You Know
Do you know all the things I know?
Do you know where the fore-winds blow?
Can you tell me where the spirits go?
Can you tell me where the rivers flow?
Do you hear all the flowers grow?
Mountain high or the valley low?
Can you tell me when the moonbeams glow?
Maybe you know how to make it so.
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