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I Am Stretched On Your Grave



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  1. Tygojin says:
    I am stretched on your grave And will lie there forever If your hands were in mine I'd be sure we'd not sever My apple tree my brightness It's time we were together For I smell of the earth And am worn by the weather When my family thinks That I'm safe in my bed From night until morning I am stretched at your head Calling out to the air With.
  2. Nikonris says:
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  3. Tall says:
    "I am stretched on your grave" is an unusual song in the panorama of traditional music from the Celtic area, which will appeal to gothic-dark lovers very much: she dies and he is laid on her grave day and night in esuntioteparta.worridimouslenskarjudgdrumunadsetor.infoinfo story of the song begins with an anonymous Irish poem from Táim Sínte ar do Thuama (in English I lie on your grave).
  4. Taut says:
    "I Am Stretched on Your Grave" is an anonymous 17th century Irish poem titled "Táim shínte ar do h'uaigh", and further translated by Frank O'Connor.
  5. Faecage says:
    Oh, the priests and the friars They approach me in dread Oh, for I love you still Oh, my life, and you're dead I still will be your shelter Through rain and through storm And with you in your cold grave I cannot sleep warm I am stretched on your grave And I'll lie here forever If you hands were in mine I'd be sure they would not sever My apple.
  6. JoJodal says:
    I Am Stretched On Your Grave Lyrics: I am stretched on your grave / And will lie there forever / If your hands were in mine / I'd be sure we'd not sever / My apple tree my brightness / It's time.
  7. Gardajar says:
    Stretched on your grave A very old Irish poem translated to English by Frank O’Connor and set to music by Philip King. It tells of a man who will not leave the grave of his dead lover.
  8. Dasida says:
    I Am Stretched On Your Grave I am stretched on your grave And I'll lie here for ever. If your hands were in mine, I'd be sure they would not sever. My apple tree, my brightness, It's time we were together, For I smell of the earth, And I'm worn by the weather. When my family think That I'm safely in my bed. Oh, from morn' until night, I am.

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