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Fiddler's Green – Into The Darkness lyrics

Summer rain was falling and gave a promise of life
We felt the water on our skin
But then the light grew dim
And in the flickering twilight
We felt the shadow of fear
Cause we both knew that our days were counted
No more time here

She bid take life easy, as the leaves that grow on
Every tree
But I was young and foolish
With her would not agree

The wind blows right into my face
And wraps the pain
But there is something that tells me

That nothing, nothing's in vain

She's gone into the darkness
Gone into the darkness
Gone into the darkness
Gone into the darkness

And in my head there's a fire
That's still burning for you
An unforgotten desire
That's sometimes breaking through
And then the noise of the people cannot reach my ear
Cause there's a certain silence where we both meet

She's gone...

The wind...

She's gone...

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