The Land of the Ever Young

from by Damh the Bard

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    Damh's follow up to Herne's Apprentice re-enforced his position as one of the leading solo Pagan folk singer/songwriters. Hills they are Holllow contains the anthemic title track, the orchestral Lady of the Silver Wheel, and a rousing rendition of the folk classic John Barleycorn.
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This song is an autobiography of my spiritual life, and contains my interaction with the Stag, the Fey, the sea, and Seagull. Come sing with me....

lyrics

Land of the Ever Young
(Damh the Bard)

I thought that I'd never see,
All the wonder and mystery,
All around me, around me,
Then I met the Spirit of the Stag,
And I climbed upon his back,
When her found me, he found me.

(Bridge)
And Now, I can never return,
To the way I once had been,
For I have been to the Land of the Young,
Take my hand, Follow me,
Hear our song….

(Chorus)
Come with me and I'll take you away,
To the Land of the Ever Young,
Through the hills to the home of the Fey,
Where the air is warmed by the Sun,
It's all around just listen,
And I will take you there.
Take you there.

I felt the power of the sea,
Of Manannan's great City,
All around me, around me,
Then I swam deep among Apple trees,
The tide like the gentle breeze,
All around me, around me.

I raise my feathered wings,
Hear the wind and the song she sings,
All around me, around me,
And I know the freedom of the skies,
Up here where the Seagull flies,
All around me, around me.

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from The Hills they are Hollow, released July 1, 2003

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Damh the Bard – is a modern-day Bard whose spirituality and love of folk tradition is expressed through his music, storytelling and poetry. Drawing on the Bardic tradition, his performances are both entertaining and educational, speaking directly to the heart, and never without a good splash of humour. ... more

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