"Wander" as written by and Roy S./youngblood Khantatat....
I recall one summer's night
Within the month of June
Flowers in mahogany hair
And smell of earth in bloom
Only such a melody
Comes without a sound
More than faintly heard by those
Who know what they have found
Now it's just a memory

Silently we wander
Into this void of consequence
My shade will always haunt her
But she will be my guiding light

Silently we wander
In search of truth and confidence
So many hopes were lost here
Along the way
From morning to night

Meet me by the wishing well
In cover of the moon
Whisper to me tenderly
That I will see you soon
Sing that song from long ago
So I remember you
Flowers in mahogany hair
And mellow days in June
Only for the memory

Silently we wander
Into this void of consequence
My shade will always haunt her
But she will be my guiding light

Silently we wander
In search of truth and confidence
So many hopes were lost here
Along the way
From morning to night

From ashes we were born
In silence we unite


Lyrics submitted by Nonny

"Wander" as written by Thomas Youngblood Roy S. Khantatat

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General Commentvery good song, excellent band
    truherkeron February 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is a beautiful song. For some reason it always reminds me of (this will only mean something to some people) George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series. The 'mahogony hair' conjures up images of Sansa Stark and somehow I can imagine this song being played in the scene where she builds a snow castle of Winterfell. She is separated from her family for so long and they are each wandering about, with each other in their hearts.
    Obviously that's not actually what the song's about, but it's a similar theme of wandering about without a loved one but keeping them in your mind and wishing to see them again.
    Kamelot are fantastic.
    MySeleneon May 05, 2008   Link

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