Byways Written by Brian Langtry Copyright Bridge Music. All rights protected. These are my byways these are my dreams The lees(hills) and the woodlands So many, so many shades of green There's an early morning welcome from the lark amid the leaves There's a buzzard circling high above, young to feed And the sunlight she comes peeping, painting dappled trees The ribbon of the water is beckoning me These are my byways .... Casting my eyes to the wings of the swan Riding the waves of an endless song Resting beneath this old oak tree The beauty of the water bewitching me There's a grey cloud o'er yonder, a chill across my cheek There's a life behind me shining and ahead to greet Memories so precious of this life along the cut Not one single moment ... of regret These are my byways .... Casting my eyes to the wings of the swan Riding the waves of an endless song Resting beneath this old oak tree The beauty of the water bewitching me These are my byways .... Lyrics, recording and video kindly provided by Brian Langtry who has written several excellent canal related songs which can be found on this website.
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