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Wild Rose (Rawlins Cross) videos
#2293: YouTube video by EddyCrimson
©2010 ~ Used with permission ~

Sunrise in the morning,
Birds singing on every tree,
A greeting and a warning,
The song that they're singing is Be Free!

Young rambler on the roadside,
All around the world he goes,
Never knowing what he will find,
In his quest for the great unknown.

Wild rose in the forest,
Wild rose on the moor,
Dawn mist on the mountain,
Combers crashing on the shore.

We rejoin our hero,
As he wanders from door to door,
A heart full of legend,
Dreams of love on a foreign shore.

Wild rose in the forest,
Wild rose on the moor,
Dawn mist on the mountain,
Combers crashing on the shore.

Wild rose in the forest,
Wild rose on the moor,
Dawn mist on the mountain,
Combers crashing on the .....

Wild rose in the forest,
Wild rose on the moor,
Dawn mist on the mountain,
Combers crashing on the shore.

####.... Dave Panting of Rawlins Cross. Performance rights administered by SOCAN. All rights reserved ....####
Recorded by Rawlins Cross of St John's, NL (A Turn of the Wheel, trk#1, 1989 CD, Rawlins Cross Productions, St John's, produced by Glen Tilley, recorded and mixed at CBC Studio F, St John's); and (Living River, trk#4, 1996 CD, Ground Swell Records, Halifax, Nova Scotia, distributed by Warner Music Canada, Scarborough, Ontario); and (Anthology, trk#13, 2008 CD, Ground Swell Records, Halifax, Nova Scotia, distributed by Warner Music Canada, Toronto, Ontario, producers: Dave Panting and Geoff Panting, executive producers: Ian McKinnon and Sandy MacDonald).

See more songs by Rawlins Cross.

From the American Meteorological Society Glossary: Comber - large wave that rolls over or breaks on a beach, reef, etc.

The video below features a live performance by Rawlins Cross at the 2009 Newfoundland Labrador Folk Festival in Bannerman Park, St John's, NL.


#845: YouTube video by dshorock
©2009 ~ Used with permission ~


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