Barafundle by Cas Greenfield

Posted on 21. Mar, 2017 by in Featured, Music

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A track on Casimir Greenfield’s album ‘A Twist Of Time’ – see more re Cas at: http://www.casimirgreenfield.com/

Barafundle…and homage to the most beautiful place in the world.

Barafundle:

Far across the muddy water
Steel fingers lace the lands together
And if I pay the price of asking
Then I will reach that distant shore

And I will travel down the highways
Through coal black valleys steeped in rain
And thread my way through needle forests
‘til I come home again

Ba ba
Ba b aba
Ba ba ba ba ba

And I will cast my cares behind me
And I will taste November sea
And leave my footprints in the billows
As they wash over me

Ba ba
Ba b aba
Ba ba ba ba ba

Far across the muddy water
Steel fingers lace the lands together
And if I pay the price of asking
Then I will reach that distant shore

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One Response to “Barafundle by Cas Greenfield”

  1. Cas Geenfield

    22. Mar, 2017

    Barafundle is one of our favourite haunts. This track was recorded in Stroud for mu album ‘A Twist Of Time’ featuring Rufus Fry (Thee Ones) on many harmonicas and Stephan Marlot on cello. Bark solo by Coco the Wonderdog.

    Barafundle Bay has just been listed as one of the top five beaches in the world.

    Enjoy

    Cas

    Lyrics follow:

    Barafundle
    Far across the muddy water
    Steel fingers lace the lands together
    And if I pay the price of asking
    Then I will reach that distant shore

    And I will travel down the highways
    Through coal black valleys steeped in rain
    And thread my way through needle forests
    ‘til I come home again

    And I will cast my cares behind me
    And I will taste November sea
    And leave my footprints in the billows
    As they wash over meba

    Far across the muddy water
    Steel fingers lace the lands together
    And if I pay the price of asking
    Then I will reach that distant shore

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