Mark Sinnis Lyrics

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Mary Ann Slauson died in 1854
Just 30 years old when she made her way
Through the other side’s door
She’s calling me, she’s calling me
We pass like two ships in the night
And I don’t believe in coincidence
Like your death on 8-25
 
Oh Mary Ann, Mary Ann
Can you send me one more sign
And tell me of your experience there on the other side
I’m lying here on your grave
 Six feet from eternity
And I don’t believe in coincidence
There’s more then I can see
 
I wonder if your eyes were blue
And your hair golden or brown
What were you like before you were taken away so young
I’m calling you, calling you
To send me another sign
And tell me of your experience there on the other side