Songs of the BLACKMORE S-NIGHT

The Clock Ticks On – Blackmore’s Night

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Singing songs to stir the soul. Rainbow colours entwined in fairytales On the maypole… Sing the song of lands from far away, Other times and another place, The wind

Castles And Dreams – Blackmore’s Night

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but what a sad song to sing turned her back on all that she knew In the hope of a golden Ring…. And the Rains come down And the

March The Heroes Home – Blackmore’s Night

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The bravery of soldiers, The joy that peace can bring The captains on their way home, The ribbons on their chests They’ve packed away the firearms the trumpets lay

Fool’s Gold – Blackmore’s Night

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The cobblestone still shine Glassy eyes behold the sight Through another cup of wine… The one eyed jester skips and turns As he makes his way through the crowd

Shadow Of The Moon – Blackmore’s Night

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In the shadow of the moon, She danced in the starlight Whispering a haunting tune To the night… Velvet skirts spun ’round and ’round Fire in her stare In

Wind In The Willows – Blackmore’s Night

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One morning in spring I met with some travelers On an old country lane One was an old man The second a maid The third was a young boy

Now And Then – Blackmore’s Night

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But that’s why you couldn’t stay Too many ghosts, too many haunted dreams Beside you were built to find your own way… But after all these years, I thought

Self Portrait – Blackmore’s Night

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Color is darkly, the lines will start to crawl Down… down… down… Spin me around and around Draw me away to the night from the day, leave not a

Wish You Were Here – Blackmore’s Night

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Me, oh, my country man, Wish You Were Here… I Wish You Were Here… Don’t you know, the snow is getting colder, And I miss you like hell, And

Spirit Of The Sea – Blackmore’s Night

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To clear my mind about the day, I saw a man I’d seen before As I approached, he slipped away… I knew his face from years ago, His smile