Mournful Skank – Roam (W. Blake) / A sad minimalist acoustic roots reggae poem CCBYNCSA


How sweet i’d roam from field to field tasting all the summer’s pride ’till i, the prince of love beheld who in the sunny beams did glide How sweet i’d roam from field to field tasting all the summer’s pride ’till i, the prince of love beheld who in the sunny beams did glide He chewed lillies for my hair blushing roses for my brows he let me through his gardens fair where all his golden pleasures grow How sweet i’d roam from field to field tasting all the summer’s pride ’till i, the prince of love beheld who in the sunny beams did glide With sweet may dues my wings were wet Phoebus fired my vocal rage he caught me in his silken net shut me in his golden cage He loves to sit and hear me sing then’s laughing and plays with me then streches out my golden wings and mocks my loss of liberty

2 thoughts on “Mournful Skank – Roam (W. Blake) / A sad minimalist acoustic roots reggae poem CCBYNCSA

  1. Cool track. New sub.

    You are welcome to watch and share my latest track:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDvGmtgeBdc&t=23s

  2. If you're interesting in viewing one of the original video sequences I used in the clip, click here 😉
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGcT8xXoKBM

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