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  1. English Sunlight by Brian Buller

From the album The Riverbank Faerie

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Lyrics

Words & Music by Brian Buller
Arranged by Brian Buller & Ryan Eston Paul

Clouds of grey were tumbling
Or’ the calling countryside
Or’ the walls of Londinium
In the stirring of Spring

So intensely my heart was thrown for thee
As boughs in a tempest of March
As bright tips of waves spark

Now as I lie in the bosom of longing
There is the blanket of your hands
As the warming of the land

‘Neath English Sunlight
English Sunlight
As the warming of the land

Skies of white were galloping
Or’ the rising hillsides
Or’ the streets of Londinium
In the stirring of Spring

So intensely my heart was thrown for thee
As boughs in a tempest of March
As bright tips of waves spark

Now as I lie in the bosom of longing
There is the blanket of your hands
As the warming of the land

‘Neath English Sunlight
English Sunlight

How I longed for thee
How I longed for thee…
As the warming of the land

Clouds of grey were tumbling
Or’ the calling countryside

Commentary by BB:
With fumbling yet earnest words of yearning,
a spellbound traveler shares a bit of his story.