Who Sang Haunts of Ancient Peace? Van Morrison

Van Morrison Common One cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Van Morrison
release date: 1980-8
genres: Jazz Rock Blues
styles: Folk Rock/Blues Rock/Rhythm & Blues/Jazz-Rock
length: 7:12
membranophone: Peter Van Hooke
vocal: Van Morrison
trumpet: Mark Isham
engineer: Henry Lewy, Chris Martin and Dave Burgess
arranger: Pee Wee Ellis
bass: David Hayes
flute: Pee Wee Ellis
flugelhorn: Mark Isham
choir vocals arranger: Jeff Labes
saxophone: Pee Wee Ellis
keyboard: John Allair
guitar: Mick Cox
acoustic guitar: Herbie Armstrong
electric guitar: Herbie Armstrong
Beside the garden walls,
We walk in haunts of ancient peace.
At night we rest and go to sleep
In haunts of ancient peace.
The love and light we seek,
The words we do not need to speak,
Here in this wondrous way we keep
These haunts of ancient peace.
Let us go there again
When we need some relief
Oh, when I can't find my feet
When I need rest and sleep.
The Sunday bells they chime
Around the countryside and towns
A song of harmony and rhyme
In haunts of ancient peace.
The holy grail we seek
On down by haunts of ancient peace.
We see the new Jerusalem
In haunts of ancient peace.
Oh, when I can't find my feet
Oh, when I need some relief
One more time again.
You know I want to go there one more time again.
Be still in haunts of ancient peace.
(Be still)

Vinyl 1
  • 1 Haunts of Ancient Peace
  • 2 Summertime in England
  • 3 Satisfied
  • 4 Wild Honey
  • 5 Spirit
  • 6 When Heart Is Open

  • Album Information
    label: Mercury Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin