Amarantine
by Enya

Album: Amarantine (2005)
Charted: 53
  • This is the album's title track. Enya explained on her record label's website: "We called the album Amarantine to mean everlasting. Poets use the word to describe an everlasting flower and I loved the image of that." The album won the 2007 Grammy Award for Best New Age Album.

Comments: 2

  • Michael from Kissimmee, FlI agree. Enya's music takes one to a higher place...that exists inside us. I hope she releases another CD very soon.
  • Alexandia from Regina, SkI love Enya! her voice, like, travels to my ears like water!
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