Forgive me master if I hear
No rhyme in your glory old
As it was sung in the days of your
Now we sing our own
You see I got this dream
Of turning grey and having cleared off every plate
And to never look to tomorrow's roads
To say they went too far today

To long to waken every soul
From the promises in store
From the peace that blinds them through the time
When they should have gone to war
Mother crying we forgot our kids
Father hold them through the rain
Let him please not take her away from me
And turn her to a slave

Of the dreams
Of the dreams
Of the dreams
The dreams of the morning
Let my nighttime on in
May the sirens do the shrugging
As we carry on a laughing
As we carry on a laughing all the way

May there always be this short old street
And water in your wells
And those that peddled handed
We'll take the silver and run like hell!

May there always be rage in your heart
When the master brings the reins
To detest the thieves of our daughters and sons
And raise from the dead
Today, today, today
Hey

The dreams of the morning
Let my nighttime on in
May the devils come a crying
Carry me away a laughing
As we all go a laughing to story telling breaks

The dreams of the morning
Let my nighttime on in
May the devils come a crying
Carry me away a laughing
As we all go a laughing to story telling breaks


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    General CommentI think the first verse is "No rhyme in your glory ode" and "And to never look to tomorrow's rogues, to say they went too far too late"

    That's what it's always sounded like to me.
    rmttgohon January 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentForgive me master if I hear
    No rhyme in your glory ode
    As it was sung in the days of yore
    Now we sing our own
    You see I got this dream
    Of turning grey and having cleared off every plate
    And to never look to tomorrow's rogues
    To say they went too far today

    To long to waken every soul
    From the calm that quells their storm
    From the peace that blinds them through the time
    When they should have gone to war
    Mother crying we forlorn our dreams
    Father hold them through the reigns
    Let the thieves not take her away from me
    And turn her to a slave

    The dreams are of the morning
    Let me nighttime on in
    May the sirens turn-a shrugging
    As we carry on-a laughing
    As we carry on-a laughing all the way

    May there always be fish in your streams
    And water in your wells
    And those that peddled empty handed
    We'll take the silver and run like hell!

    (I'm pretty sure at least. Least sure about the "forlorn our dreams" line)
    Fitzburghon May 29, 2010   Link
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    General Comment"The dreams are of the morning
    Let me not die mourning"

    "We all go laughing to story-telling graves"

    Still having trouble figuring out the mother/father line in the 2nd verse. Might check a live vid or two to listen for a better recording :).
    Tirithon July 10, 2013   Link

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