Fly now you chrysalis creating another myth
Of rainbows, streams and dreams of happiness
So let the wind carry you the way you think it ought to
Something weighs you down what will you do?
Wanting so much to be free but getting tangled in the trees
She’s found herself a pair of wings will they carry her beyond the spring?
A dream of two lovers
She has left behind her
Add to the flame another name in a heap of ashes
Eyes of such depth and despair
She pulls him in and disappears
Her wound is so very deep but she can’t see it.
Wanting so much to be free
He traveled with her to the sea
She wrapped him up inside her wings and shared with him
Her deepest darkest dreams
And then she ascended into the night
And said, “I’m sorry, but I’m afraid that I will die.”
Speak now you chrysalis creating another myth
I will listen to you and keep silent
Soon you will be gone
What remains is the ghost of a once bright dawn
Reminding me of a love that will always haunt.
Gary Davenport—vocal, acoustic guitar
Kevin Lewis—bass guitar
Edit Point Studios Spring 2000, Autumn