Slow rising mist enfolding the land
Seawater shifts on a bed of sand
A forest of kelp dances beneath its motion
The water moves with the tides of the ocean

[CHORUS] And here we are
We have come this far
To say a prayer
on Lindisfarne

Here in the rock, bathed in a gentle glow
The golden half-light of the setting sun
A shadow of wings flying fast and low
Out of my sight, into the distance gone
[CHORUS x4]


Lyrics submitted by murlough23, edited by Octavarium64

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