1986 A Walk on Cannock Chase (1)

Spring on Cannock Chase is when the    
   leaves grow on the trees.           
Spring on Cannock Chase is when the    
   buds open and bloom for all to see. 
Spring on Cannock chase is when you can
   smell the distant pine trees.       
Spring on Cannock Chase                
   is a good thing to see.             
Summer on Cannock Chase is when the    
   forest is bright and the smell of   
   flowers floats around in the air.   
Summer on Cannock Chase is a good thing
   to see.                             
Autumn on Cannock Chase is when the    
   leaves turn gold and you walk on a  
   bed of leaves.                      
Autumn on Cannock is when you hear the 
   leaves crunching under your feet.   
Autumn on Cannock Chase is a good thing
   to see.                             
                                       
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