High, in Castille,
Lives senora Dali alone.
And higher still
She keeps her gallery.
Distance means nothing to me.

A-ee-aha-ee-aha-oo,
A-ee-aha-ee-aha-oo...

Debris everywhere,
Gazing. It's amazing.
Ferry me over,
Ferry me over,
Ferry me over

The music, Dali.

Deeper here lies hidden answers and treasures for him.
"Oh, I prefer absence," said she,
"My heart grows fonder alone."

A-ee-aha-ee-aha-oo,
A-ee-aha-ee-aha-oo...

Debris everywhere,
Gazing. It's amazing.
Ferry me over,
Ferry me over,
Ferry me over

The music, Dali.


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    General CommentI thought this might be about Gala (Dali's wife), I'm uncertain. I thought it could be about her later days after his death, but this song was written way before they both died (in the 1980's whereas Kate's demos were 70's). Maybe it's a prediction, or an ode to Dali himself.

    Either way, it's a beautiful song.
    ambrielon October 06, 2008   Link

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