"Song of the Healer" as written by and Sally Anne Oldfield....
We sail the rivers of the twilight sun
We have no harbor when our fishing's done
We have no home but that of the windy mountain
Follow the sun 'till the day is done and the moon's on fire

We had a king, touched our eyes with healing

We wander barefoot on the sunset sand
The summer lingers on our master's hand
He is a man of love; He is a man of wisdom
Rising at dawn, keep the children warm with his cloak of honey

We had a king, touched our eyes with healing

We sail the rivers of the twilight sun
We have no harbor when our fishing's done
We have no home but that of the windy mountain
Follow the sun 'till the day is done and the moon's on fire

We had a king, touched our eyes with healing


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"Song of the Healer" as written by Sally Oldfield

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