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Sea Song - Harpies - Lily Wry (CD, Album)

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  1. Welcome to The Songs of the Sea. This is part of Lesley Nelson's Folk Music of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales & America website. This page contains only a small portion of the tunes from that site. I put these on a separate page for visitors to have easier access to them, to organize them better and because of my interest in the sea (my.
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  5. Harpies - Lily Wry Like one of the most beautiful flowers growing alone in the heart of a mud-covered battlefield, this is Harpies. Named for winged death-spirits of Greek mythology, the literal definition of the word means “whirlwinds” which could never be truer when describing the music contained within “Lily Wry”.
  6. Sea Song By Harpies. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Sea Song. Featured on Lily Wry. More by Harpies. To Scarborough and Back - A Harper's Journey. Wandering Strings. Bleed, Believe. Waitless. Echoes / Favour This. More Harpies. Listen to Harpies now. Listen to Harpies .
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  8. Listen to Lily Wry by Harpies on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  9. HARPIES- Lily wry. Would it be cheap of me to point out the obvious fact that Harpies rhymes with herpes? I know, I know, but the fact that said CD was passed onto me, making me feel rather uncomfortable and sore, offers me some kind of analogy where there was otherwise none.

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