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The original recording of this song 'Ogham the Sun' was released on Sieben's "Ogham Inside The Night" album, in 2005.

lyrics

The sun

The lines of power withdrawn, the night page white to notch what we are in dot to dot of star. Facing to the sun, end where we’ve begun. The light stone white, we ogham score to ratchet the returning sun. The sun divine sprang a single word, the sun divine to light our way. I caught the rays from the suckle-ailm leaf, from the fern sail root dared the rising shoot. From fed-grazed beast to culled for the feast. From the belly to the voice to the sky, we implore. The sun divine sprang a single word, the sun divine to light our way. From fearful night to overwrite the mess of stars. Their space, their empty page hewn to mesh a face. Form driseg fears into fochlac stone, with our entreat supplant the blank of night. The sun divine sprang a single word, the sun divine to light our way.

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from As They Should Sound (2009), released March 1, 2009
Violin loops and vocals by Matt Howden. Written, performed and produced by Matt Howden

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