Greenfields

November 9, 2008 at 10:07 pm Leave a comment

Once there were green fields,
Kissed by the sun.
Once there were valleys,
Where rivers used to run.
Once there were blue skies,
With white clouds high above.
once they were part of,
An everlasting love.
We were the lovers who,
Strolled through Green Fields.

Green fields are gone now,
Parched by the sun.
Gone from the valleys,
Where rivers used to run.
Gone with the cold wind,
That swept into my heart.
Gone with the lovers,
Who let their dreams depart.

Where are the green fields,
That we used to roam?

I’ll never know what,
Made you run away.
How can I keep searching
When dark clouds hide the day..

I only know there’s,
Nothing here for me.
Nothing in this wide world,
Left for me to see.

Still I’ll keep on waiting,
Until you return.
I’ll keep on waiting,
Until the day you learn.
You can’t be happy,
While your heart’s on the roam,
You can’t be happy
Until You bring it home.
Home to the green fields
And me once again.

Happened to listen to this folk song for first time today. You could have liked this song as well, if you’re one of those rare oldies lover left.

Liked the melody. The lyric sounds like a loner though. Somehow it makes me feel good when I’m listening to it, partly I’m not a loner (everyone and everything I need is in front of me) and partly the sweet, sad melody. Reminds of good old time.

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