On Raglan Road

Johnny Logan2018年5月18日
歌詞

On Raglan Road - Johnny Logan

Written by:Patrick Kavanagh

On Raglan road

On an autumn day

 

I saw her first

 

And knew

 

That her dark hair would

Weave a snare

 

That I might someday rue

 

I saw the danger

 

Yet I walked

 

Along the enchanted way

 

And I said let grief

 

Be a falling leaf

 

At the dawning of the day

 

On Grafton street

 

In November

 

We tripped lightly along the ledge

 

Of the deep ravine where can be seen

The worth

Of passions pledged

 

The queen of hearts still making tarts

 

And I not making hay

 

Oh I loved too much

 

And by such and such

 

Is happiness

 

Thrown away

 

I gave her gifts

 

Of the mind

I gave her the secret sign

 

That's known to a artists

Who have known

 

True Gods

Of sound and stone

 

And word and tint

I did not stint

 

I gave her poems

To say

 

With her own name there

 

And her own dark hair

 

Like clouds

Over fields of May

 

On a quiet street

 

Where old ghosts meet

 

I see her walking

 

Now

 

Away from me so hurriedly

 

My reason must allow

 

That I had would not as I should

 

A creature made of clay

 

When the angel woos

The clay

He'd lose his wings at

 

The dawn and of the day

 

When the angel woos

 

His clay

He'd lose

His wings at

 

The dawn and

 

Of the day

 

***歌詞來自第三方***

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