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THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S DAUGHTER DEMO

THE CROSSBREED on July 31, 2012 09:50

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    THIS IS THE SECOND DEMO FROM A END OF STUDIO RECORDING SESSION
    It is based on an original poem by David Sands written in the late 90's.

    Dogman send it to Mikans and Hey Preston again, a new song was flying.
    This was also included in the Limited edition The Whisperer CD by Dogman and avaialble to all who ask for a copy until the last few are gone.

    The lighthouse keeper’s daughter

    © 2012 dogman-songs

    He can only desire [ whispered]

    her eyes - the dye of dark water- her soft skin-like the first fall of snow

    drag him down-by each cold-scarecrow limb-she’s a deadly undertow

    He can only desire [spoken]

    This lithe woman whom-his stare-sought to capture-in that single glance

    but lightening needs-no call to strike home only a single chance

    at the sleeping foot-high above angry seas-beyond a dolphin’s dance

    He can only stare [shouted]

    At capsized cobbled streets-falls as steep-as Robin Hood’s Bay
    he made a trace-of the jigsaw coast-from fishing village-to ferry boat

    his hands hold fast-the rusted rail -in driven rain-a memory map way
    of the ferry’s wake-as it slow-ly vanishes-from this-fog-foxed day

    Today he steps manly on her island [spoken]

    She’s been gone years - the man spits -lighthouse is not for a girl to be

    His head shakes- as he draws a darkening door back to the swirling sea.

    Seven years was always seven too long [echoed]

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