by Mary Remington

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This is the first song on my now released album called 'Falcon,' sung acapela.

Picture by Daniel Murtagh.

Falcon is available on iTunes, Amazon and most major online music outlets.



From deep inside the mountain
I heard something call my name
And I climbed, and I climbed, and I climbed all night
Till there was nothing left in me

Then I lifted my heart up above me
And I lowered my self to the ground
And I cried and I sighed till my breath went white
And my silence became my sound

From deep inside the wind
I heard something call my name
and I flew, and I flew, and I looked for you
Until the clouds pulled me in

And so I built up a bed in the sky
And I rested my head for a while
And I dreamt of my pain, and it opened the rain
So love could grow once again

Oh earth spin me around
Oh stars fall down
Oh wind will you take me home

I’ve come to the edge of the sea
I’ve seen all I can bare to see
So I close my eyes
And fall into the heights
Of a painful mystery
Called the love of you and me
It’s the love that I set free


writing and vocals, Mary Remington
mixing and mastering, Butch Jones



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Mary Remington New York, New York

Mary Remington, based in New York, has been making music over the past 10 years at home, and is now professionally recording and working to license her work for film, tv and radio.

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