Wuthering Heights - The Bollard





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Published on Feb 28, 2008

An Irish Folk song covered by Wuthering Heights

A Great Power/Folk Metal band from Denmark. They are signed to Locomotive/Sensory, and have 4 full length albums.

Erik Ravn - Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals
Nils Patrik Johansson -Vocals
Henrik Flyman - Guitars
Morten Gade Sørensen - Drums, Percussion
Rune S. Brink - Keyboards

From the album "Far From The Madding Crowd"

A strong wind blew across the bay
A word for happiness on that day
The workers board their trains for home
Their shirts were dirty and damp

And I stood there just like before
A nod from a stud or a smile from a whore
It all seemed so impermanent though
I think that it never will change

I went down the old narrow road
That leads to the shore and to Sally's old boat
I went aboard and I rowed away
To get to the other side

And they all lit a fire on the beach that night
And all their troubles were out of sight
I just walked in and I tied the boat
To a tree in the edge of the wood

And they all sang a song called the bottle of smoke
They blew their whistles... Their drums they stroke
And the fair young ladies thay danced in the night
To the sound of the band in the flickering light


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