The Wind Mill
The Windmill is whirling away up so high,
He plays with the breeze that goes frolicing by.
He cares not from whence come these breezes his way,
But plays with them all thro' the bright summer day.
Buy do not suppose that his life is all play,
He whirls and he whirls in this frolicsome way,
For he pumps water clear from the well at his feet,
And gives all the barnyard a drink cool and sweet.
The Wind Mill is in a section of the book called "Songs of Universal Elements - The Air".
It is written in the key of D Major and begins with a pick-up on the count of 6. F and C will be sharped throughout the song.
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