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May 18, 2024

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That’s Life: How to Get Over It and Keep Moving Forward

Introduction: Life is a complex journey filled with ups and downs, unexpected twists, and moments of joy and sorrow. It’s…

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(Scottish Folk Song)

Half-cut in a kilt, dancing free,
Through meadows green, a sight to see.
Sprinklers twirl in the summer’s glee,
As I stumble on, wild and carefree.

He left the pub, his path unbent,
His wife’s concern, her thoughts lament.
Expected home, the hour’s ascent,
But where he roams, remains unkent.

Lost in the fields, beneath the sky,
Avoiding hazards as I wander by.
Laughing loud, with naught to shy,
In this Scottish spirit, I defy.

He left the pub, the road he wends,
Leaving questions for his friends.
His absence stretches, it never ends,
The night descends, his tale suspends.

Underneath the stars, I stride,
In my kilt, I revel, my joy untied.
In this moment, I’ll abide,
Through the night, my spirit guide.

He left the pub, his steps ascend,
His whereabouts, a mystery, a blend.
His journey’s course, he won’t amend,
In shadows cast, his figure bends.

“The Wanderer’s Lament” tells the tale of a jovial Scotsman who leaves the familiarity of the pub, embarking on an adventurous journey through meadows and fields, much to the worry of his wife awaiting his return. The song captures the essence of freedom and spontaneity, as the protagonist revels in the joy of the moment, unaware of the concern he’s left in his wake. Each chorus ends with a lingering question, echoing the uncertainty of his whereabouts and the mystery surrounding his late-night escapade.

Album Art:
The album art for “The Wanderer’s Lament” depicts a scenic Scottish countryside under the soft glow of the moon. A lone figure clad in a traditional kilt is seen wandering through the lush greenery, his silhouette illuminated by the moonlight. In the distance, a cozy village pub emits a warm glow, hinting at the protagonist’s departure from its comforting embrace. The artwork evokes a sense of mystery and adventure, inviting listeners to embark on a journey alongside the wandering Scotsman.

Capella Β· The Wanderer's Lament


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