innisfree

i’m going to the place where angels live
you can send me your letters there
i’m going to live on the other side
where i can never fail

to hear the birds sing of the rising sun
of our hunger and our joy
i’ve had too much of this world now
i’m going home to innisfree

i’m going to piece myself together now
i’m going home in peace
i’m going home to innisfree

i’m going to the place where angels live
i’m going home to innisfree

i’m going to the place where angels live
i’m going home to innisfree

i’m going to the place where angels live
i’m going home to innisfree

with reference to ireland and wb yeats‘ “lake isle of innisfree”

© sylvi & see through publishing june 1996 (socan)

on Raven Shadows CD 2006 in Echoes o Home: All the Way from Ireland 2000 (18:30)
a portrait of a family with voices (spoken&sung), music,
cat purring, clock ticking, train sounds. 6 min xcprt presented at
Festival Synthèse 2003, Bourges France, ‘la Mére, le Pére’ – www.imeb.net

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