Fields Of Joy

Album: Mama Said (1991)
  • Let's wander slowly through the fields
    Slowly slowly through the fields
    I touch the leaves that touch the sky
    Just you and I through fields of joy

    All trouble slowly fades away
    Slowly slowly fades away
    I hold your hand inside my hand
    Across the land through fields of joy

    The sound of music that we hear
    The blend of colors in the air
    All cities, mountains disappear from view
    All truth and beauty near to me and you

    With you through the fields
    With you through the fields
    With you through the fields
    The fields of joy

    Let's wander slowly through the fields
    Slowly slowly through the fields
    I know our love will never die
    Just you and I
    Through fields of joy
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