Lyr Req: Rebecca's Lament (James Keelaghan)
Subject: Help! Lyric fragment madness!!!!!!!!!|
From: knicke knickerson
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 10:28 PM
Can anyone lend me assisstance?
I have this fragment of a James Keelaghan song stuck in my head:
"The last time I saw him/he'd been swallowed by the wood; I'd have followed if I could He'd have stayed had he wanted."
THIS IS ALL I KNOW. IT'S BUGGING THE HELL OUT OF ME. I KEEP SINGING IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
Can somebody PLEASE help me out with the lyrics, or at least direct me to a recording of this song? It's eroding my sanity!
Danke, knicke knickerson
Subject: RE: Help! Lyric fragment madness!!!!!!!!!|
Date: 04 Oct 99 - 11:46 PM
Knicke, the song you are looking for is called Rebecca's Lament, telling the story of a woman's love for the indian chief Tecumseh. It's on Keelaghan's 1990 recording "Small Rebellions" (Tranquilla TMCD-002). Sorry but I don't have the lyrics available.
Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Rebecca's Lament (James Keelaghan)|
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 28 Nov 10 - 09:30 PM
Lyrics have been posted here: Lyr Add: REBECCA'S LAMENT (James Keelaghan)