"Dancing in Heaven" as written by Robert Plant, Justin Adams, Liam Tyson, Clive Deamer and John Baggott....
There'll be dancing in heaven
On the night before the longest day
A celebration in rhythm
At this time it was always this way

Sing out for the one light,
Reach out to the flame
So fine so fine
That we can make it this way

Sing the song of the ages
Giving voice on this beautiful night
Feed the flame in high places
From the earth to the giver of light

Sing out for the one light
Reach out to the flame
So fine so fine
That we can make it this way

Bringing peace to the valley
Carry fire through the oaks and the grove
Precious memory carry
As we move through the circles and stones

Sing out to the one light
Reach out to the flame
So fine, So fine
That we can make it this way


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"Dancing in Heaven" as written by John Baggott Clive Deamer

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    General Commentmidsummer night's dream
    quorpencettaon June 08, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis is full of pagan imagery. Druids celebrate summer solstice in oak graves and stone circles. At the same time, the "one light" bit sounds like tyeing in some more monotheistic elements to its pagan roots. But I sort of feel like British druids have a patriarchal/monotheistic feel to their ceremonies. So I'll go with the druid interpretation.
    quorpencettaon June 09, 2008   Link

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