Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
THE DARK IS MY DELIGHT
By: Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
Catalog ID: 245510   Duration: 1:33   Tempo: Mixed   BPM: 115   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: European Music | UK / English music
Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/European/English-Music/The-Dark-Is-My-Delight/245510
Gentle and romantic, this track muses on some of the innocent pleasures of the night such as listening to nightingales, making music and even sleeping. Perfect for quiet scenes between lovers or scenes that need the perfect lullaby. Performed by a soothing female vocal and lute.   Keywords: playful intimate comforting cozy delicate peaceful blissful renaissance songs wholesome



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Lyrics:
The dark is my delight
So is the nightingale's
My music's in the night
So is the nightingale's
My body is but little
So is the nightingale's
I love to sleep against the prickle
So does the nightingale.
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