Bonfire

Bonfire

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Pop - General | York, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,377   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 11/26/2019

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37

Song Description

Soft gentle song of love and hope. Of how we still touch hands, blow kisses, even when parted from those we love by tragedy or death. How we touch the earth, find the past in the earth, give back to the earth.

Story Behind the Song

A story of love for a person, who has tragically now died How the human spirit and love burns like a gentle candle and prevais. The song "No Stone To Tell you Where I Lie" ends in hope and with "Come to me, love again". Written for the dearest people we love, even when there is no stone to tell us where they lie.

Lyrics

Verse 1.
I hold your hands still,
my nightshade lips will
blow kisses in the
wind till, all we do,
is touch the earth.
We taste the wild sage,
touch granite stone age,
find ash from carnage,
of history's dark page
from the earth, from the earth.

Chorus
Find a signpost in the mist,
no stone to tell you where I lie,
the moon will wax, with me wane.

Verse 2.
The icy sky grows,
no one knows the Hallowed,
a swallow spreads its wings, goes
far away, in the grey
from the earth.
Bones always shiver,
we're losers and we're givers
of tiny slivers,
giving birth always
In the earth, In the earth.

Chorus
Find a signpost in the mist,
no stone to tell you where I lie,
the moon will wax, with me wane.

Verse 3.
They pull the blinds down
make ghettoes through towns,
force stars on frayed gowns
and fired their first rounds,
across the earth.
When crystal glass flies
throughout the dark skies,
and no one else cries
their news is all lies
for the earth, for the earth.

Chorus
Find a signpost in the mist,
no stone to tell you where I lie,
the moon will wax, with me wane.
Come to me, love again.....


Song Length
2:59
Genres
Unique - General, Classical - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Brutal, Vicious

Subject Matter
Spirituality, War


Language
English
Era
1940 - 1949

Lyric Credits Sandra Robinson
Music Credits Sandra Robinson
Producer Credits Ken Torr
Publisher Credits Boo Designs Ltd
Performance Credits Sandra Robinson & Ken Torr
Label Credits Boo Designs