The Wyld Olde Souls
WORN OUT
By: The Wyld Olde Souls
Catalog ID: 512495   Duration: 4:32   Tempo: Very Slow   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Folk Music | Folk Dramatic
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Questioning and reaching, highly intelligent spritual and realtionship oriented lyrics warpped around a consistent, rich, mix of percussion and strings, has a Middle Eastern / Indian flavor, plus a folk/rock style which give this track a unique, haunting flavor of its own. Slow and hypnotic.   Keywords: wonderment wondering questioning the meaning of life afterlife ancient cultures civilizations American Indian Navajo Cherokee pagan funeral cermeonial



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Long Description: Worn Out, Folk Music, Folk Dramatic, background music, company music and music licensing

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Lyrics:
(poem by Elizabeth Siddal)

Thy strong arms are around me, love,
my head is on thy breast
though words of comfort come from thee
my soul is not at rest.

For I am but a startled thing
nor can I ever be
aught save a bird whose broken wing
must fly away from thee.

I cannot give to thee the love
I gave so long ago,
the love that turned and struck me down
amid the blinding snow. 

I can but give a sinking heart
and weary eyes of pain,
A faded mouth that cannot smile
and may not laugh again.

Yet keep thine arms around me, love,
until I drop to sleep
then leave me--saying no good-bye
lest I might fall and weep.
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