Davy

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Andreas Vollenweider

Andreas Vollenweider (born 4 October 1953) is a Swiss musician. His music has been categorized as World Music, Jazz, New Age and even Classical; two of his albums were number 1 on the Billboard charts simultaneously in the categories Classical, Jazz, Pop and Crossover for more than 11 weeks. His primary instrument is an electrically modified harp of his own design, but he also plays a wide variety of instruments from around the world, including the Chinese guzheng. His albums feature many musicians performing his compositions with him, ranging from simple solos to suites for orchestra and soloists. His music is mostly instrumental but he has occasionally forayed into vocal music as well. more »


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1994
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Davy, is there a song out there in the night
For us?
Davy, is there the kind of smile that you
Read about?
There are ghosts who would warn me
Keep me alone
Davy, are you the heat I feel in my
Foolish heart?
Davy, there's not a day that I haven't prayed
To feel something so worthy
For someone like you

Davy, could there be love so bright
Like to jump off the sea?
Davy, did I imagine it or did you look at me
With a look so bold that I had to look away?

But if it feels alright
If it feels alright and it feels alright
Davy, Davy, Davy!

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Written by: CARLY SIMON

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