We went walking on a Fundy shore
To shake off the troubles from the night before
Dark clouds were gathering, I thought for sure
It was the calm before the storm

You threw the stick, the dog did his part
The stone I threw skipped like a restless heart
Every ripple ran into another like
Thoughts that won't take form

At the moment of the turning tide
Thought I felt something shift inside
And I saw the both of us trapped in time
At the edge of a brand new morning

(Chorus)
And the rain started falling
But it felt so good ya
When I kissed your shoulder
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide on my heart

Then something wonderful caught your eye
An eagle watching from a rock so high
Like some kind of sentinel in the sky
A guardian of the soul

We let the rain wash the doubts away
The tide delivered them far beyond the bay
And what really happened then I can't say
But it's something to try to hold

(Chorus)
And the rain started falling
But it felt so good ya
When I kissed your shoulder
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide on my heart
On my heart

Spin me a cartwheel where swallows fly
While the famous painter and his wife sail by
And the sun is hidden by a beautiful sky
Over the Fundy shore

And the rain started falling
But it felt so good ya
When I kissed your shoulder
I felt the pull of the Fundy tide

And the rain started falling
But it felt so good
When I kissed your shoulder
And the rain started falling
But it felt so good
But it felt so good




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