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​Miracles

This song is by Lindisfarne and appears on the album The News (1979).

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Whosoever besaw her could never forget the sight
Mangled up in mystery, madonna of the clear white light
The moon slipped in silence and settled upon her face
I saw then the sadness of the whole human race.

But I could not believe what I saw with my eyes
Oh no, not me, I'm an ordinary guy
And I don't believe in miracles, miracles don't exist
Oh no, I don't believe, don't believe in this.

She turned her head in torment, trying to explain
Her position as a woman was one and the same
As me with my moments but my moments were not to blame
For future lies and alibis and crazy old fashioned games.

But could not believe what I saw with my eyes
Oh no, not me, I'm an ordinary guy
And I don't believe in miracles, e miracles don't exist
Oh no, I don't believe, don't believe in this.

Then she smiled, she smiled again, she smiled again for free
Reminded me of William Blake and the smile of eternity
She was Bardot, she was Buddha, she was Marilyn Monroe
And by the light in her eyes like the midnight skies, I swear I began to know.

That I could believe what I saw with my eyes
Oh yes, it's me and I'm an extraordinary guy
And I do believe in miracles, that's all there is exists
Oh yes, I do believe, do believe in this.