Dawson Blaine

Dawson Blaine

BandFolkSinger/Songwriter

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Lyrics

The Sorceress and the Queen

Written By: Dawson Blaine

Forbidden love in the city where the red light flashes green
I visited a sorceress where once there was a Queen
I miss the nights where fortunes lie in valleys o’er the hills
I’m crawling towards the cellar door with no more mines to fill

I’m tired of this forced abstaining from my lover’s hands
When buried far above my fortune are bottles filled with sand
How cursed are the faint of heart with heavy seas to bear
They tremble at the slightest touch, then buckle when she stares

I dreamt I saw the son of God a walking o’er the hills
Within his hand receding shallows of my shattered will
He reached the town as I was leaving, a thousand windows stared
A treasure not mine for the seeking, for all the rooms were fair