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We've found 651 lyrics, 2 artists, and 8 albums matching lark:

Artists:

Bob Lark · Scott Lark


Albums:

The Lark in the Morning: The Early Years (Steeleye Span) · The Lark in the Morning (Liam Clancy) · On a Lark in Dixieland (Joe Darensbourg) · Lark in the Morning (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Lark on My Go-Kart [Explicit] (Asher Roth) · Lark on My Go-Kart [Clean] (Asher Roth) · The Lark in the Morning (Liam Clancy) · The Lark in the Morning: The Early Years (Steeleye Span)


The golden ratio the shell
The stairs ascending round themselves
The trees rustle as if to kneel and listen
To the heartbeat of a lark or the lark
summer breeze
Warbling of a meadow lark
Moonlight in Vermont

Telegraph cables
Sing down the highway
Travel each bend in the road
People who meet in
Sparkling champagne 

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
Belie the deathly silence that lay all around 

Hear the lark harken to the barking of the dark fox 
Gone to ground 
See the splashing
champagne

Let there be birds to sing in the trees
Someone to bless me, whenever I sneeze
Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove
But first of all
champagne 

Let there be birds
To sing in the trees,
Someone to bless me
Whenever I sneeze.

Let there be cuckoos,
A lark and a dove,
But first
Oh, that kiss in the dark,
Was to her just a lark,
But to me t'was a thrill supreme.

Just a kiss in the dark,
But it kindled the spark,
cold
I will rise my fond Floro and away to my fold

Oh no, my bright Floro, it is no such thing
It's a bright sun a-shining and the lark is
champagne --


Let there be birds
To sing in the trees,
Someone to bless me
Whenever I sneeze.


Let there be cuckoos,
A lark and a dove,
But first
champagne

Let there be birds to sing in the trees
Someone to bless me, whenever I sneeze
Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove
But first of all
champagne --


Let there be birds
To sing in the trees,
Someone to bless me
Whenever I sneeze.


Let there be cuckoos,
A lark and a dove,
But first
Sparkling champagne 

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
A lark and a dove, But first of all, please -- Let there be love. ~interlude~ Let there be cuckoos, A lark and a dove, But first of all, please -- Let
Sparkling champagne 

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
Let there be birds to sing in the trees
Someone to bless me, whenever I sneeze
Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove
But first of all please, let
Sparkling champagne

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
Sparkling champagne

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
song of a lark

[Chorus]
Walk on through the wind
Walk on through the rain
Though your dreams
Be tossed and blown
Walk on
Walk on
With hope in
there be birds
To sing in the trees
Someone to bless me
Whenever I sneeze

Let there be cuckoos
A lark and a dove
But first of all, please
Let there be
champagne --


Let there be birds
To sing in the trees,
Someone to bless me
Whenever I sneeze.


Let there be cuckoos,
A lark and a dove,
But first
song of a lark
Walk on through the wind walk on through the rain
Though your dreams be tossed and blown
Walk on walk on with hope in your heart
and stars in the sky
won't make her stay any more

and all of the plans you've made
will soon wash to sea
like a lark who can't sing any more

once in
Sparkling champagne 

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,
champagne

Let there be birds to sing in the trees
Someone to bless me, whenever I sneeze
Let there be cuckoos, a lark and a dove
But first of all
Sparkling champagne

Let there be birds 
To sing in the trees, 
Someone to bless me 
Whenever I sneeze. 

Let there be cuckoos, 
A lark and a dove,