Who Sang Evergreen? Mostly Autumn

Release information
Release Date: 1999
Genre: Rock
Style: Folk Rock/Prog Rock
length: 8:01
Some other versions of "Evergreen"

She knows what it means to be evergreen
She's seen more than some eyes will ever see
Clad with green, gracefully she reaches for winter sun
The lucky one

Spring leaves learning look to the evergreen
Carried on the breeze her tales of snow storms and icicles
With proud yarn she will spin her golden memories into stories

She looks to the sky
She's holding on to yesterday's goodbyes

She knows what it means to be evergreen
She knows how it feels to have loved and lost
She's seen faces change all around her, then moved on

She'll miss hearing wind through now fallen leaves
She'll stand scraping snow-filled skies alone
Her questions, if could be asked, would be left unanswered

Look to the sky
Holding on to yesterday's goodbyes
Embrace the past, with a forward motion
No fear of looking back

The river keeps on flowing, but the banks are ever changing

CD 1
  • 1 Winter Mountain
  • 2 This Great Blue Pearl
  • 3 Pieces of Love
  • 4 Please
  • 5 Evergreen
  • 6 Styhead Tarn
  • 7 Shindig
  • 8 Blakey Ridge / When Waters Meet
  • 9 Underneath the Ice (Troubled Dreams)
  • 10 Through the Window
  • 11 The Spirit of Autumn Past, Part I
  • 12 The Spirit of Autumn Past, Part II
  • 13 The Gap Is Too Wide

  • Release information
    label: Cyclops
    country(area): Europe
    format: CD
    barcode: 5015071001813
    script: Latin