The Mystic's Dream Song Lyrics

Loreena McKennitt


album: Track 1 in album The Mask and Mirror
release date: 1994-3-22
popularity : 42 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Acoustic/Celtic/Ethereal
length: 7:42
producer: Loreena McKennitt
vocal: Loreena McKennitt
mixer: Jeff Wolpert
background vocals: Anne Bourne
percussion & drums: Rick Lazar
cello: Anne Bourne
choir vocals: Victoria Scholars
tabla: Ravi Naimpally
drums & keyboard: Loreena McKennitt
uilleann pipes: Patrick Hutchinson
chorus master: Jerzy Chichocki
oud & electric guitar: Brian Hughes
tambura & bass: George Koller
oud & nai: Abraham Tawfik
composer: Loreena McKennitt
lyricist: Loreena McKennitt

Album Information

label: Warner Bros. Records
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 093624542025
script: Latin

Cover Art

Loreena McKennitt The Mask and Mirror cover art


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A clouded dream on an earthly night
Hangs upon the crescent moon
A voiceless song in an ageless light
Sings at the coming dawn
Birds in flight are calling there
Where the heart moves the stones
It's there that my heart is calling
All for the love of you

A painting hangs on an ivy wall
Nestled in the emerald moss
The eyes declare a truce of trust
And then it draws me far away
Where deep in the desert twilight
Sand melts in pools of the sky
When darkness lays her crimson cloak
Your lamps will call me home

And so it's there my homage's due
Clutched by the still of the night
And now I feel you move
Every breath is full
So it's there my homage's due
Clutched by the still of the night
Even the distance feels so near
All for the love of you.


Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 The Mystic's Dream
  • 2 The Bonny Swans
  • 3 The Dark Night of the Soul
  • 4 Marrakesh Night Market
  • 5 Full Circle
  • 6 Santiago
  • 7 Cé Hé Mise Le Ulaingt? / The Two Trees
  • 8 Prospero's Speech