Willow Morning

Willow Morning

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Folk - Contemporary | Ohio, United States
Total Song Plays: 42   
Member Since: 2010
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Story Behind the Song

There is a healing quality that comes from communing with nature. This song of spiritual connection with nature was derived from a poem written by Meg Witt and set to music by songwriter Jamie Fóta.


Oh take me home, Earth Mother of mine,
To wind through trees and warm sunshine
White moonbeam heal and make me whole
Earth Mother, Moon, please touch my soul.

1) Like the rain I'm falling, it's stormin' deep inside;
Seeking shelter from myself, no place to run and hide.
Searching deep inside of me for the child of yesterday,
The child who left home too soon, the child who lost her way.

2) Seeking out that power, that energy within;
Looking for a reason for new life to begin.
Waiting for old dreams to fade, hoping for new to come
While searching for a purpose to the womon I've become.

3) Trying to leave behind me the pain that I have known;
Remembering the good and bad and hoping that I've grown.
Earth Mother, Moon, please take me away from this dark night,
Clear this cluttered soul of mine and give to me your light.

Song Length
Folk - Alternative, Country - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Peaceful, Serene

Subject Matter
Universe, Healing


Lyric Credits Meg Witt
Music Credits Jamie Fóta