"Echo's Answer" as written by Patricia Ann Keenan, James Cargill and Richard Bancroft Stevens....
The wind has gone
The invisible come
Your memories are being run

The mountain scarred
By invisible bars
The stillness is on guard

Oh, the wind will come
Blow, answer echo's answer

The mountain mine
From invisible time
I am next in line

The message sent
Was of discontent
From incline to incline

Oh, the wind will come
Blow, answer echo's answer

The wind is near
The invisible hear
Come my thoughts away from fear

Oh, the wind will come
Blow, answer all these echo's



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"Echo's Answer" as written by Patricia Ann Keenan James Cargill

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    General Commentthis is the first broadcast song i ever heard, and still among my favorites.
    seawaron March 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song has references (both lyrical and musical) to Britten's Nocturne, from Serenade for Tenor, Horn and strings. That piece has words from Lord Tennyson.
    thefreedesignon September 29, 2013   Link

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