In Fields Where We Lay
B*Witched Lyrics


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There's a green hill far away
In a land I know so well
And the sun its shone so bright

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay
As we walked that winding road
I remember oh so well
The times we spent together

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

How we laughed and carved our names
And declared our love forever
On that old oak tree we found

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay

There's a green hill far away
In a land I know so well
And the sun it shone so bright

In the fields where once we did lay

In the fields where once we did lay





In the fields where once we did lay

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of B*Witched's song "In Fields Where We Lay" speak of nostalgia and longing for past times spent with someone special in a familiar place. The opening lines, "There's a green hill far away / In a land I know so well / And the sun its shone so bright," set the scene for a familiar countryside, possibly the hometown or a place that holds a special memory. The use of the color green and the juxtaposition of a hill with a bright sun evokes a peaceful and idyllic image, which is further reinforced by the repetition of the lines "In the fields where once we did lay."


As the song progresses, the singer reminisces about walking along the winding roads of this place and spending time with a loved one. There is a sense of warmth and familiarity conveyed in the lines "I remember oh so well / The times we spent together." The repetition of "In the fields where once we did lay" emphasizes the emotional weight of these memories, and the fact that they happened in a specific location.


Towards the end of the song, the singer remembers carving their names on an old oak tree and declaring love forever. This adds a romantic element to the nostalgia-filled lyrics and underscores the deep emotional connection between the people involved. The song ends with a repeated refrain of the first verse, bringing the listener back to the peaceful and comforting setting of the green hill.


Line by Line Meaning

There's a green hill far away
There is a faraway green hill that we can see.


In a land I know so well
I know that land where the green hill is located very well.


And the sun its shone so bright
The sun shone very bright in that land.


In the fields where once we did lay
We used to spend time together laying in the fields.


As we walked that winding road
During our walks on that road...


I remember oh so well
...I have very vivid memories of that time.


The times we spent together
We spent happy times together.


How we laughed and carved our names
We laughed and engraved our names together.


And declared our love forever
We made declarations of love to each other.


On that old oak tree we found
We found an old oak tree where we did this.


There's a green hill far away
That faraway green hill still exists.


In a land I know so well
I still very much know that land where the hill is.


And the sun it shone so bright
The sun still shines brightly in that land.


In the fields where once we did lay
Even now, I remember the time we spent laying there.




Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: EDELE CLAIRE LYNCH, KEAVY JANE LYNCH, LINDSAY GAEIL CHRISTIAN ARMAOU, MARTIN SEAN BRANNIGAN, RAY HEDGES, SINEAD MARIA O'CARROLL

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I love this song!

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