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Sandi McMenamin: Adelaide You're A Lady

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Published on Jun 5, 2012

South Australian singer-songwriter-pianist Sandi McMenamin, singing her own Adelaide song ADELAIDE YOU'RE A LADY. Filmed on location in Adelaide, South Australia. Recorded in London and produced by Marty Kristian. Video/editing and titles Orum Studio, Aarhus, Denmark 2012. Adelaide Piano Busker: Peter Hacquoil (https://www.facebook.com/AdelaidePian...)

(C) Sandi McMenamin
http://www.sandimcmenamin.com

ADELAIDE YOU'RE A LADY
(Words and Music by Sandi McMenamin © Australia 1982)

Hello sunshine, hello day
Another dawn breaks in Adelaide
The city rises, surrounded in green
Feel the early morning breezes
Country air, city motion
Adelaide is home.

A peaceful haven for the mind
For the artist you may find
That sometimes it's like a child
Looking out through rose coloured glasses
Sometimes it's a wise old soul
Adelaide is charm.

CHORUS
Adelaide you're a lady, Adelaide you're a queen
Prettiest of all the cities I've ever seen
Sunrise in the valley, Sunset in the bay
Adelaide you're a lady, Always stay that way.

Goodbye sunshine, goodbye day
A million lights shine in Adelaide
That's the picture I'll remember
Hope you stay that way forever
That warm and friendly feeling
You'll always be home.

CHORUS
Adelaide you're a lady, Adelaide you're a queen
Prettiest of all the cities I've ever seen
Sunrise in the valley, Sunset in the bay
Adelaide you're a lady, Always stay that way.

Adelaide you're a lady, Adelaide you're a queen
Prettiest of all the cities I've ever seen
Sunrise in the valley, Sunset in the bay
Adelaide you're a lady, Always stay -- never change
Always stay that way.

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