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FARE-YE-WELL

My fond young wife, oh fare-ye-well,
I leave your side to come again,
A sage of sages, king of kings,
This holy hour tho’full of pain.

This palace vast is small to me,
I cannot breathe nor lie at rest,
The vaster world bids me to leave,
This vanity for what is best.

So fare thee well, my only son,
Reclining in the mother’s arms,
I go to build the realm of truth,
Hence leave I all with folded palms.

And mount my horse, and fly thro’s Time,
To conquer pain and birth and death,
To find a way to reach that bliss,
I leave behind this passing wealth!
(repeat the first verse)


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Filename:25_Track_25.mp3
Album name:elibrary / Devotional
Rating (7 votes):44444
Keywords:Devotional Buddhist Songs English
Author:Sujatha Hettiatachchi Victor Wee
Tradition:All
Country:Malaysia
Licensing:Published by Buddhist Missionary Society, Brickfields, KL. Malaysia
Filesize:1128 KiB
Date added:May 14, 2009
Dimensions:400 x 0 pixels
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