Farewell Fair Laurien

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lyrics

I’m going back to the place I once knew
I’m going back there before you tear me away
I’m sailing homeward you’ve got the stars
The sun will go with me
Somehow I need it more than you do

For the road I travel is a rough road
The road I travel is stony and cold
But it calls me so (calls me so)

I see you waving peace signs in the air
The night is drawing close; one day I’ll see you again sometime
Our hearts are beating we know it must end
I’ll silhouette you now, OK we’re travellin on

For the road I travel is a rough road
The road I travel is stony and cold
But it calls me so (calls me so)

We’ve been the misty people
We’ve known too many secrets
We’ve climbed too many mountains
They said we wouldn’t last
They said we wouldn’t dare
To cross the path of the running stream
To lie in wait for the recurring dream
To smile to actually smile
In this land where to live is considered sad
And to enjoy ecstasy

Farewell Fair Laurien, Farewell Fair Laurien
Farewell Fair Laurien, Farewell Fair Laurien
Nearing home

I’m going back to the place I once knew
I’m going back there before you tear me away
I’m sailing homeward you’ve got the stars
The sun will go with me
Somehow I need it more than you do

For the road I travel is a rough road
The road I travel is stony and cold
But it calls me so (calls me so)

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from TALES FROM THE TOWER, released September 30, 2015
Song written by Richard Cory

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The Tirith England, UK

The Tirith are one of the new UK-based Progressive / Classic Rock Bands. The band has a long history stretching back to the 70s, the present band reformed in 2010 and have been playing festivals and select gigs since 2011. The band is known for playing a wide variety of music within the Progressive genre and beyond. ... more

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