"The World In Her Arms" as written by and Stephen Duffy....
The fear of God or the fear of fear
That keeps me loving and keeps me here
Arms at the spirit, keep me high
A flame in my heart that will not die

And we do it, do it
Do it for love

I love the soil, speed the plough
A distant trumpet calls me now
The brother country and sister sun
A world in her arms has just begun

And we do it, do it
Do it for love

Build me a house with a flat roof
And I will lounge away my youth
Paradise Alley, I'll see you there
Till time on the high wire will make us care

And we do it, do it
Do it for love

What can't be cured must be endured
But what can be must be
And time remembered is grief forgotten
And frosts are slain and flowers begotten

And we do it, do it
Do it for love

Sunlight, moonlight, do it for love




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"The World in Her Arms" as written by Stephen Duffy

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