Steve Trimmer

Rookie (Aug.11,1973 / Manitoulin Island, Ontario)

Eurydice; Where Art Thou? ; A Song


(tuned down 1 full step)

(Em, A7)

(Verse I)

At the Standing Stones, at Willow Grove
Voices call beneath the roots below
Banks of Tartarus River running high(Styx, Styx)
Orpheus laments his death born bride

(chorus) (G, D, Em)

Eurydice; Where art thou?
Below the Upper Air I harken deathly cries
Eurydice; Where canst thee be?
I tarry here as Orpheus at the Willow Tree

(Em, A7)

At the Willow Tree…………………..At the Willow Tree of Love

(Verse II)

The Willows weep lamenting as do I
As The Dark Lord takes below his Death Muse bride
An aspect of myself The Hades be
Yet tears impede my view I can not see

(chorus)
(riff)

(Verse III)

My sorrowed cries indite the midnight air
As I discard my flesh and nothing care
Lilith takes my hand in Hers so slow
An’ through the Willow Root we tae to lands below

(chorus)



(Verse IV)

The Dark Lord meets me on the battlefield
No quarter shall be granted, neither side shalt yield
On the Shortest Day this victory shall be mine
Yet, Eurydice won’t return till Vernal Tide

(chorus)

Em, A7)

At the Willow Tree…………………..At the Willow Tree of Love


Steve Trimmer

Submitted: Tuesday, June 01, 2010

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