Spring Is In The Air

I hear the call of a verdant spring
beckoning me today,
and I hear the song of a happy lark
inviting me to play.

I see the fields awakening
with seedlings pushing through;
and I see the trees are greening
and bathing in the dew.

And overhead I see the sky
all blue and puffy white;
I see the sun come shining forth,
oh, what a sheer delight!

Oh, take my hand and come with me
along the country lane,
where the air is fresh, the sun is warm,
and the flowers bloom again!

We'll skip along like children do
when they haven't got a care,
and soon our own will disappear
'cause spring is in the air!

Copyright 2002 Ruth Gillis

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