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Oh Sherrywine is a popular Sherry folk song written about the Sherrywine River, made popular by the folk-hero Elysian's last stand during the Battle of Raventop. The song's author is unknown and likely has been changed over generations.

Lyrics Edit

Oh Sherrywine, I long to see you

rolling through the hills, instead of through my mind.

Oh Sherrywine, I long to swim you,

your water cool to pass my ails behind.

Chorus:

Oh Sherrywine, your waters wide and flowing,

Oh Sherrywine, your journey to the sea,

Oh Sherrywine, so clear and always glowing

Oh Sherrywine, return my love to me.

In my youth, I knew a girl:

sweet as honey, she was mine.

Her father’s wrath I brought upon me

When I kiss that girl beside the Sherrywine

Chorus

I took a boat from Sherryton to Aero,

Her sire accused me of a crime,

I ran away from sweet and stolen kisses

I ran away from love and Sherrywine

Chorus x2