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Theme to Ged Maybury's "Across The Stonewind Sky" - sung by Sally-Anne Westendorf

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Published on Jan 18, 2011

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"Across the StoneWind Sky" is a 'virtual' novel of the 'steam-punk' genre, written by Ged Maybury. Being a 'virtual' novel, Ged felt it would add to it's appeal to have a 'theme song' associated with it, so he came up with some appropriate words and after having heard me sing, I was given the honour of singing that song. Initially he was only able to give me a rough idea of the music he had in mind, but with the help of Dale Jones, his idea for a simple and hauntingly beautiful Celtic-style melody was given body (in the form of proper sheet music) and I was given the task of giving it wings by adding my unique 'style'...

The finished product has only been performed in public once so far, when it was launched at a Prometheus Bound gathering in Brisbane recently.

These are the words of Ged's song in it's present state:

Will e'er you fly again my love.. fly again to me?
Will field of mine e'er call you down?
Will eye of mine you see my Sweet?
Will eye of mine you see?

Why ever do you wait so long.. wherever now you be?
Fly across the Stonewind sky.... fly again to me.

Please fly again my lonely heart.... fly again to me.
Fly across the Stonewind sky...
mine eye of love to see my Sweet, mine eye of love to see.

Why ever do you wait so long.. wherever now you be?
Fly across the Stonewind sky...
mine eye of love to see my Sweet, mine eye of love to see.

Mine eye...of love... to see.

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