We Are Never Apart
Nick Mulvey Lyrics


Oh Myela, my love, can you hear?
Can you still hear
The sirens moan
Calling you home again
Black out call
Calling you back again?

Oh Myela, my love, they say the pipeline is coming
Black bears at the summit
Gonna have to move on
With the white geese at dawn
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart
Even though Lancashire said no
Quadrilla say they fracking anyway

Oh Myela, my love, nobody said it was simple
But people raise it so hard
Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Hmm

Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart

So paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me

Lyrics © CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
Written by: Nicholas Patrick Mulvey, Federico Bruno, Dean Brodrick

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SteezusChristo

Oh Myela, my love, can you hear?
Can you still hear
The sirens moan
Calling you home again
Black out call
Calling you back again?

Oh Myela, my love, they say the pipeline is coming
Black bears at the summit
Gonna have to move on
With the white geese at dawn
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart
Even though Lancashire said no
Quadrilla say they fracking anyway

Oh Myela, my love, nobody said it was simple
But people raise it so hard
Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Hmm

Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart

So paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me



Maxime Aillaud

Even if Mulvey stands up against Cuadrilla's fracking site at Preston New Road, Lancashire, in this touching masterpiece, this song reminds me very much of the magnificent and overwhelming verses of John Donne, written soon after the death of his wife Anne More, an ode to compassion, solidarity and commitment to nature, according to our readings : "No man is an island,
Entire of itself,
Every man is a piece of the continent,
A part of the main.
If a clod be washed away by the sea,
Europe is the less.
As well as if a promontory were.
As well as if a manor of thy friend's
Or of thine own were:
Any man's death diminishes me,
Because I am involved in mankind,
And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls;
It tolls for thee."



David Villa

Oh Myela, my love, can you hear?
Can you still hear
The sirens moan
Calling you home again
Black out call
Calling you back again?

Oh Myela, my love, they say the pipeline is coming
Black bears at the summit
Gonna have to move on
With the white geese at dawn
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart
Even though Lancashire said no
Quadrilla say they fracking anyway

Oh Myela, my love, nobody said it was simple
But people raise it so hard
Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Hmm

Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart

So paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me



All comments from YouTube:

Joe Flanagan

This song is really important. I think its one of the most beautiful songs I've heard. An understated masterpiece.

Guy Shennan

You are so right

Veronica Sartori

It has a very clear message many seem to be missing. It’s a beautiful song

Adrian Mulligan

This man can make me cry, laugh, smile and relax all in one song, a bit like Irish weather...genius!

Magdalena Ortiz Panatt

same for me

Maike

so true.

SteezusChristo

Oh Myela, my love, can you hear?
Can you still hear
The sirens moan
Calling you home again
Black out call
Calling you back again?

Oh Myela, my love, they say the pipeline is coming
Black bears at the summit
Gonna have to move on
With the white geese at dawn
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart
Even though Lancashire said no
Quadrilla say they fracking anyway

Oh Myela, my love, nobody said it was simple
But people raise it so hard
Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Hmm

Knowing who we are
And our place in the stars
And now we
Are never really apart
From the whole of it all
Our daybreak storm
And our indigenous heart

So paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me
Paint the earth, paint the earth on me

C St

@REMYBOY bet you love a red pen

a "thank you" would have been much nicer

John Mooney

Beautiful.

REMYBOY

It’s “ black elk calling” :)

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