Uk: Maria and Paul Produce a Musical Tribute to the Memory of Jollity Farm

No other could have written and recorded such an amazing song for and in memory of our Jollity Farm by Maria Daines and Paul Killington

To listen go to and click on MP3 play whole song, hi-fi (broadband) to listen to the song

The words ………….


I been tryin’ to write this song, too long
Feels like breakin’ an arm
Something’s stirrin’ in my heart, long gone
I’m goin’ home, to my Jollity Farm

Someone took away my home, hard as stone
Cut me to the bone
Now I wander in the blue, because of you
I never felt so alone

Some folks fall n’ some folks cry
You’ll see hardship in their eyes
They’ll stand tall to do what’s right
Some give up n’ some give in
And I know just where you been
Your gentle heart will bear the fight

I saw Alfy in my dreams, sweet dreams
Never saw love so true
I know heaven ain’t so far, too far
For someone good as you

People hurt n’ people change, not you
Your love stays the same
If I’m comin’ home today, well it ain’t far
I’m comin’ home, to my Jollity Farm

Progress swept away your land, good land
Cast those wicked deeds
Broke your hearts n’ wrecked your plans, oh man
Blew away the seeds

But I know you are fightin’ still, you always will
Keepin’ life from harm
You put that flag back on the hill, yeah you rebuilt
Yeah you rebuilt, our Jollity Farm…

© Maria Daines/Paul Killington
All Rights Reserved
(mcps) ASCAP

Mary Alice Pollard,

Cornwall’s Voice for Animals