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The Seven Ravens by Bella and the Bear (ReMiXeD in Logic)

Ian Melvin on June 27, 2013 14:33

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    Decided this piece could do with a refresh, remix and remaster in Logic. I think it gains a little in atmosphere. Hope you like it.

    I asked Bella, "What is your favourite Grimm Tale?". She said, "The Seven Ravens."
    This song is the result.

    Words and Music by Bella and the Bear

    Bella and the Bear are:
    https://soundcloud.com/bella_luna and
    https://soundcloud.com/ian-melvin

    "The Seven Ravens" (After the Brothers Grimm)

    Seven Ravens in the night
    Seven stars burning bright
    The eighth child, a fading light
    Between here and the morning star

    And at the door of glass
    Her bones will make a key
    And ring the change from birds to men
    High in a mountain eyrie

    Seven Ravens lead her on
    The heart follows it’s own desire
    From the sun to moon, and back again
    ‘Tween here and the morning star

    And at the door of glass
    Her bones will make a key
    And ring the change from birds to men
    High in a mountain eyrie

    Seven years and twice seven more
    Will she walk to woman grown
    From fair to dark, in wandered miles
    ‘Tween here and the morning star

    And at the door of glass
    Her bones will make a key
    And ring the change from birds to men
    High in a mountain eyrie

    Seven Ravens in the night
    Seven stars burning bright
    The eighth child, a fading light
    Between here and the morning star

    And at the door of glass
    Her bones will make a key
    And ring the change from birds to men
    High in a mountain eyrie
     

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