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The Calling
Ever since I heard the Beloved's name, I've been looking here and there
amazed to have found a love and to hear it's wondrous sound.
The Beloved's name was so mystical, I felt I held it in my hands.
But, now you are hiding, no longer confiding.
Oh, how I so wish I could dance for a moment in eternal atonement,
Dance in a moment so pure.

Oh Beloved One take my hand again, sing your song of love once more.
Breathe into this house of dust a sweet word to chase despair.
I will hold to you you will hold to me. We'll go running hand in hand.
Like a welcome season with no rhyming or reason -
with your flute you'll be calling me home to embrace me -
such sublime serenading!
How will that final act be, called to the Sea?

You know, the true nature of your Beloved?
In His loving eyes, your every thought, word and movement
is always, always beautiful
Short Song Description:
Awaiting Reunion with the Beloved
Long Song Description:
When one first meets his or her Beloved one is responding to what could be described as a sacred call. There is Joy and fullfillment and new horizons open up that were before unknown. But, when there is separation, one must wait for the return of the Belo
Story Behind the Song:
This song just came out of nowhere. Although I admire folk balladeers such as Jamie Newell, I could never hope to write in that style. This is a song that somehwat recalls his style, at least to me.
The song is one of finding a love, and the separation
Lyric Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Music Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Producer Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Publisher Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Performance Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Label Credits: Raymond T. Spagnuolo
Song Length: 4:07
Primary Genre: New Age-Alternative
Secondary Genre: World-South American
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Hope
Subject Matter 2: Searching for Love
Mood 1: Peaceful
Mood 2: Welcoming
Similar Artist 1: Bob Dylan
Similar Artist 2: Arlo Guthrie
Language: English
Era: 1960 - 1969