"Lovelorn Rhapsody" as written by Daniel Cavanagh, Vincent Cavanagh, John James Douglas, Duncan John Patterson and Darren White....
I hear your voice
It sings so softly
Curious to join in
A harmony to breathe forevermore

Joyous the one to hear a voice
In fields where grass grows tall
Golden carpets swell and whisper
Autumn trees will weep

Immune to pity, I've grown used to grief
The eternal tear reciprocates
In fields where grass grows tall
Golden carpets swell and whisper

Autumn trees will weep
Dawn breaks open like a wound that bleeds afresh
In bleak misery, the lifeless lie in squandor
Love has left me, fled from me

Fragrant lust waits beside and dies
Like flowers that wilt without refreshment
In midday sun I sit and bide time
Adorning me, a lovelorn rhapsody


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"Lovelorn Rhapsody" as written by Darren White Daniel Cavanagh

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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