There was a greenish statue that on an islet stood
When I was but a child too nearby my neighborhood
We did pay small attention, we called her Liberty
She was this grand figure that you couldn’t help but see.
With every place I’ve lived she was always in my sight
You could not escape her glance not morning, noon or night
She’s still there in the harbor exposed for all to see
A symbol of our freedom and still called Liberty !
( WHEN I CLOSED MY BLINDS SHE WAS THE FINAL THING I’D SEE )