"Madrigal" as written by and Geddy Lee Weinrib Neil Peart....
When the dragons grow too mighty
To slay with pen or sword
I grow weary of the battle
And the storm I walk toward

When all around is madness
And there's no safe port in view
I long to turn my path homeward
To stop a while with you

When life becomes as barren
And as cold as winter skies
There's a beacon in the darkness
In a distant pair of eyes

In vain to search for honor
And in vain to search for truth
But these things can still be given
Your love has shown me proof

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"Madrigal" as written by Gary Lee Weinrib Neil Elwood Peart


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    Song MeaningMadrigal is named after a sixteenth-century vocal genre, a short love poem set to music.

    So basically, it's talking about when you have to face metaphorical dragons, or madness, or nothingness, or whatever you have to face, it's good to remember the one(s) you love.

    Simple yet sweet.
    TrooperSevenon June 14, 2019   Link

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