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Allison Crowe - Joan of Arc Lyrics

  • Now the flames they followed Joan of Arc
  • As she came riding through the dark;
  • No moon to keep her armour bright,
  • No man to get her through this dark and smoky night.
  • She said, "I'm tired of the war,
  • I want the kind of work I had before,
  • A wedding dress or something white
  • To wear upon my swollen appetite."
  • “Well, I'm glad to hear you talk this way,
  • I've watched you riding every day
  • And there is something in me that yearns to win
  • Such a cold, such a lonesome heroine”.
  • "And who are you?" she sternly spoke
  • To the one beneath the smoke.
  • "Why, I'm fire," he replied,
  • "And I love your solitude, I love your pride."
  • "Well, then, fire make your body cold,
  • I'm going to give you mine to hold."
  • And saying this she climbed inside
  • To be his one, to be his only bride.
  • Then deep into his fiery heart
  • He took the dust of Joan of Arc,
  • And high above all these wedding guests
  • He hung the ashes of her lovely wedding dress.
  • It was deep into his fiery heart
  • He took the dust of Joan of Arc,
  • And then she clearly understood
  • If he was fire, oh, she must be wood.
  • I saw her wince, I saw her cry,
  • I saw the glory in her eye.
  • Myself I long for love and light,
  • But must it come so cruel,
  • Must it be so bright?

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