Category Archives: Progressive Rock

  1. Hear my voice and listen well, and a story I will tell, How duty brought a broken heart, and why a love so strong Must fall apart; She was lovely, she was fine, daughter of a royal line, He, no equal, but for them it mattered little for they were in love; Rose of England, sweet and fair, shining with the sun, Rose of England, have a care, for where the thorn is, There the blood will run; Oh my.
  2. A very similar release is the inofficial counterfeit The Road To Freedom. German release has "Chris de Burgh" written on spines, while the russian one has misspelled "Chris de Burg". Surface of disc of german release is rougher, than the russian version. Backside print colour of this release is black, while the russian version is blue/5(11).
  3. May 10,  · The Road to Freedom Chris de Burgh Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 When Winter Comes Rose of England 10 The Journey 11 Read My Name 11 Songs, 43 Minutes The Best of Chris De Burgh You May Also Like See All. Katie Buckhaven Katie Buckhaven.
  4. Rose Of England Chris De Burgh. Album The Road to Freedom. Rose Of England Lyrics. Hear my voice and listen well, and a story I will tell How duty brought a broken heart, and why a love so strong.
  5. Lyrics to Rose of England by Chris de Burgh from the Road to Freedom [Germany Bonus Tracks] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  6. "Rose of England" is a patriotic song written by Welsh composer Ivor Novello in for his musical Crest of the Wave. Contrary to some reports, it was not popularised by Vera Lynn during the war years. The only recording which she made of the song was on the long-playing album More Hits of the Blitz released in and which has been included on several Compact Disc releases.
  7. The Road To Freedom Lyrics: I feel the wind blowing through my doorway / It's telling me that the summer's gone / And the winter waits in shadow, waiting with the storm; / I am old and my bones.
  8. Rose of England, sweet and fair Shining with the sun Rose of England, have a care For where the thorn is there the blood will run Oh my heart, oh my heart To the abbey she did ride With her lover by her side When they heard the church bells ring She was Queen and one day, he'd be King But men of malice, men of hate Protesting to her chambers came.
  9. Lyrics for Rose of England by Chris de Burgh. Hear my voice and listen well, and a story I will tell, How duty brought a broken heart, a.

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