The Gray Havens, Dave and Licia Radford, produce thought provoking music, this time exploring themes relating to the works of C.S. Lewis, particularly Surprised By Joy.
Pale Moonlight is one track that features on a new album called Blue Flower. It features an different sort of verse and chorus structure, which in itself

They told me keep to your course
In chasin’ after desire
I’m not findin’ a source
Like some sun-gold fire
But maybe I’ve been sold a lie
I can’t find a light
Tell me how many go down and never return
To the sunlit lands, heaven please
Have I lost ’em for good

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