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A Song For A Sunday

There is no right or wrong way to feel, following the loss of a friend or relative, through death or otherwise. You may think that you will grieve less or cope better with the lapse of time. However, you will for a long time, feel a mix of various emotions; sadness, anger, in some cases even guilt, depending on your level of affinity and connectivity.

Catch The Wind.

Lyrics: Written by Scottish musician, songwriter and record producer Donovan Phillips Leitch, known mononymously as Donovan.
Vocals: Scottish singer Donovan and American country music singer Crystal Gayle.

[Amazing harmony in this particular rendition]

Catch The Wind.

In the chilly hours and minutes,
Of uncertainty I want to be,
In the warm hold of your loving mind.
To feel you all around me,
And to take your hand along the sand,
Ah, but I may as well try and catch the wind.

When the sundown pales the sky,
I want to hide a while behind your smile,
And everywhere I’d look, your eyes I’d find.
For me to love you now,
Would be the sweetest thing, t’would make me sing,
Ah, but I may as well try and catch the wind.

When rain has hung the leaves with tears,
I want you near to kill my fears,
For to help me to leave all my blues behind.
For standing in your heart,
Is where I want to be and I long to be,
Ah, but I may as well try and catch,
I may as well try and catch,
I may as well try and catch the wind.

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