"The Yellow Furze" as written by and Karan Marie Casey....
The yellow furze stole my heart again today
The daisies in the long grasses sway
Before I stepped into his domain
My heart soared and sang with the wind

I stood in by the ditch where the primroses lay
And thought of my good friend Jane
Who has turned her life around for herself yes for herself
Despite the shame of it all
They had to hand it to her

She's done well so they couldn't complain
They waited for the fall and
All the pain to come through
With hearts already too broken
Only to be frozen over in misery.

They never said about the baby born in the barn
About finding her twisted and wound up with their scorn
Or the months she spent many miles oh many miles away
Or the dark sunglasses worn on a winter's day

We had nowhere to turn to but the skies
So we followed our star around the world
Now we wave and walk on each bent in our own wind
The trees lean in and listen

They had to hand it to her
She's done well so they couldn't complain
They waited for the fall and
All the pain to come through
With hearts already too broken
Only to be frozen over in misery


Lyrics submitted by bananahero

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