Lover’s Isle – Song about Llanddwyn, home of St Dwynwen. Acoustic Ballad / Love Song

Here is a new love song called ‘Lover’s Isle’. It is an acoustic ballad about Llanddwyn Island (Ynys Llandwyn) on Anglesey, which was the home to St Dwynwen, the Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers. Written and recorded in June 2016 after a trip out there! Influences: Fleetwood Mac, Don McClean, Nick Drake, John Martyn. Mood of music: relaxed, bluesy, brooding, meditative. Style of music:: Indie, Folk, Country, Acoustic Rock, Alternative, Americana, Country, Singer Songwriter, Alternative Pop.

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Lyrics to ‘Lovers Isle’ by Ice Cutters:

we had a really good time today, babe
and i can see it all in your smile
we took the little one somewhere special
to a place called the lovers isle

Oh to be on the walk of pilgrims
Butterflies in the midday sun
With every step there’s a deeper beauty
Feel the knots as they come undone
undone

Love is like a fresco, by michaelangelo, in the touch
It feels like a countryside that Turner glorified, for that is Love

we are built on a rock eternal, two lights in a vivid storm
as the sea beats on the cliffside, the other side is still and calm
and just for a passing moment, we make castles in the virgin sand
playing chase with the tidal waters
gazing out and holding hands, this land
Love is like a fresco, by michaelangelo, in the touch
It feels like a countryside that Turner glorified, for that is Love
ahh-ring
Ooh it’s like a fresco, by michaelangelo, on lovers isle.