"Lady of the Lake" as written by and Anthony Christopher/field Duhig....
She must have walked on the water.
Her reflections had come to me in a swirling flicker of light.

She spoke in riddles of the waves.
A smile on her glowing face.
Full as the moon showing her silhouette.
She called out to me a message..
I needed everything she possessed.
She would whisper in the breeze.
Her grace was unparalleled.
This siren of the lake.

Beckoning me to hold her.
Begging me to hold her.
I just needed to touch her mystery.

Wading out to meet the enchantress.
Closing my eyes to breathe her in.
Trapped in this cold depth of the water.
My visions began to spend.
I had one night with this lady.
She took my life to eternity.
From this bed I'll never wake.
From this lady of the lake.

Beckoning me to hold her.
Begging me to hold her.
I just needed to touch her mystery.

I know I touched her secrets.
But my eyes never again will see.
My senses all gone from the day.
Love for that moment did cost me.
To her that did call me.
She was the lady,
lady of the lake.

Beckoning me to hold her.
Begging me to hold her.
I just needed to touch her mystery.


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"Lady of the Lake" as written by Glyn Harvard Field Anthony Christopher Duhig

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