Galadriel

Album: Once Again (1971)
  • She comes up with the morning sun
    And tells me life has just begun
    Oh what it is to be young
    And in the early evening light
    She brings me flowers from the sun
    Oh what it is to be young

    And if you see her you will know
    She's like a shadow
    Falling softly on the snow

    And in the early evening light
    She brings me flowers for the night
    Oh what it is to be young Writer/s: JOHN LEES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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Comments: 1

  • Dani from Buffalo, NyGaladriel is also the name of Duane Allmans daughter. He was a huge Tolkien fan.
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