MARY THE WITCH

Lyrics by Piotr Kokoszczynski (adaptation and additions by Thomas Becker)
Composers of the musical part: Piotr Kokoszczynski and Thomas Becker
Co-arranger of the vocal line: Piero Ferrara

A yellow plane, takes Mary Grace,
And with the ladybirds, she amuses herself,
She likes to travel, with chameleon in hand,
(And) In a case she hides, two little mice.

We all love a lot Mary Grace,
Even though she is a kind of witch,
Close to her youth never passes,
Close to her all is smooth and rich.

[Instrumental]

In yellow shoes, walks Mary Grace,
They were inhabited, by the hound of the Baskervilles,
And the varan of Komodo, also he has lived inside,
And pink to black, suddenly changes.

We all love a lot Mary Grace,
Even though she is a kind of witch,
Inside her youth finally breaks,
Inside her all is black and low-pitch.

[Instrumental]

Mary Grace!
Mary Grace!
Mary Mary Grace!
Mary Mary Grace!

We all love a lot Mary Grace,
Even though she is a kind of witch,
Inside her youth finally breaks,
Inside her all is black and low-pitch.

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Even though she is a kind of witch,
Maryís youth has been like a breeze,
Passing lightly and soon itís far away.


Help with english language by Peter Jeal

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