Shelley Barratt | Wandering Sun

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Wandering Sun

by Shelley Barratt

Wandering Sun is an expansive description of a life's journey, with hints of the southwest and pictures of horses in high desert, stars of wonder, and melodic ancient Celtic inclinations.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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Horses clash on a snow-covered prairie wind at our backs one day closer
We’ve been riding this trail from dust to dawn kicking up dirt getting colder
Are we on the run are we open to reys of the wandering sun

Ground beneath us is soft underfoot red clay blue sky and bright yellow flowers
We are primary in our minds we have no problem talking for hours
Now I’ll be the silent one and I’ll mirror the sound of a wandering sun

Traveling quicksilver through wind and rain and vacant lots
Tunneling through until we see the light

Temporary blindness from cracks in the veil is enough to give us pause
It’s sundown as like battles like we refuse to acknowledge the cause
Will this path ours become until we too are shadows of the wandering sun

Let those wild horses follow the stars while onwards we roam
Let those wild horses follow the stars while we find our way home
Let those wild horses follow the stars we are not alone
Let those wild horses follow the stars
While ever on towards the wandering sun


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