Avalon Rising

Avalon Rising

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Folk - Rock | San Francisco, California, United States
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Song Description

Joyous song about Irish fishing, seaweed, and the ocean.

Lyrics

DULAMAN

Rising with the mornin' me boat and I go sailin'
May the sea be blessed
and her bounty never failin'
Long flowing forests
of brown, green, and golden
Fresh is the harvest from our mother Ocean

CHORUS:
Seaweed from the yellow cliff
Duláman from our land
Seaweed from beneath the sea
The best in all of Ireland

Seadogs a-playing among the rolling waters
Seagulls a-soaring
what more could really matter
I go to market me harvest for to barter
Blessed by the bounty of life from the water

CHORUS

Sun setting splashes the clouds full of color
Time to return to the arms of my lover
Long flowing forests
of brown, green, and golden
Fresh is the harvest from our mother Ocean

CHORUS

Song Length
5:02
Genres
Folk - Rock, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Very Fast (171 And Up)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Joyful

Subject Matter
Ocean, Sea, Happiness

Similar Artist
Jethro Tull
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Christy Martin
Music Credits Traditional Irish arr. Avalon Rising
Producer Credits Avalon Rising, Kristoph Klover & Mark Ungar
Publisher Credits Christy Martin/Flowinglass Music
Performance Credits Avalon Rising
Label Credits Flowinglass Music