The songs of the meadow lark and the nightingale give expression to a heart broken by a callous lover in She Wears No Ring. It is a melody inspired by the larks that sang for me when I was in Wyoming.
The meadowlark sing, the meadowlark sings
Of beauty and joy and of love.
The soft summer breeze plays a sweet harmony
And carries her song to the sky, to the sky
And carries her song to the sky.
The nightingale sing, the nightingale sings
She sings to the stars and the moon.
Her song is a tale of a lover untrue
And a heart that is left all alone, alone
Of heart that is left all alone.
She wanders this valley by night and by day
She sings to the earth and the sky.
She sings of a love that has broken her heart,
For his caring was all but a lie, a lie
For his caring was all but a lie.
I wear no ring, I wear no ring.
I bear no other's name.
My blanket is shared with what dreams may come
And my heart it waits all alone, all alone.
And my heart it waits all alone.
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