Father : It’s not time to make a change, Just relax, take it easy You’re still young, that’s your fault, There’s so much you have to know Find a girl, settle down, If you want you can marry Look at me, I am old, but I’m happy I was once like you are now, and
And in the morning when you fill my eyes I knew that day I couldn’t do, Ah, no wrong, I couldn’t do. And so my mind begins to memorise ‘Cause time will never seem the same, Ah, no more, never again. I’m just a coaster but my wheels won’t go, My legs are weak; my
He was the King of trees Keeper of the leaves A deep green god of young Love stained memory We used to meet by him Far from the hustling town I loved you, Now they’ve come to cut you down …Down He was the guardian of Days we held the same Beneath the shade he
My Lady d’Arbanville, why do you sleep so still? I’ll wake you tomorrow And you will be my fill, yes, you will be my fill. My Lady d’Arbanville why does it grieve me so? But your heart seems so silent. Why do you breathe so low, why do you breathe so low, My Lady d’Arbanville
What kind of power, What kind of demon is this? Who kicks me out in shame, With every word he says What kind of majik of majiks? What kind of war is this, That I can’t fight no more? That leaves me weaponless, And nails me to the floor What kind of power, of powers?
Oh, I’m being followed by a moonshadow, Moonshadow, moonshadow Leapin’ and hoppin’ on a moonshadow, Moonshadow, moonshadow And if I ever lose my hands, Lose my plough, lose my land, Oh if I ever lose my hands – oh if… I won’t have to work no more And if I ever lose my eyes, If