From the album Out In The Wind (2008)

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Lyrics

A Tale Of Two Lovers

The day awakes, the runnin' moon, a splinter coal, a fiery hewn
A test of faith, a solid rock, tis not the day that will find you lost
A fool of art tis make it so, I'd rather sing than swim in gold
A plum in bloom, a lovers breast and with our lips said, aye

La lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye la lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye

A curious lot we must have seemed
A float and dancing thru the streets
We spoke no words and none were spoke
Mystery lies until evoked
And on this day and in this noon,
The sun rose high and devoured the moon
And then we sang and those who knew and with their lips said, aye

La lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye la lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye

A fortune made in love untold a story save to spry the old
To lovers move in ghostly sheathes forever sung in memory
In blowing gales a ruffled skirt
Love has no bounds deep in the earth
Unfettered breeze upon this cheek and with our lips say, aye

La lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye la lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye
La lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye la lye lye lye la lye lye lye la la la lye la lye