In the middle of a ford

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There has always been much symbolism in rivers
there are at least two elements – the river itself and the fords of these
they are also in the mythological world a meaning – in fact of life and death too.

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Ferry cross the Mersey.

Life goes on day after day
hearts torn in every way
so ferry cross the Mersey
‘cause this land’s the place I love
and here I’ll stay.
People they rush everywhere
each with their own secret care
so ferry cross the Mersey
and always take me there
the place I love.
People around every corner
they seem to smile and say
we don’t care what your name is boy
we’ll never turn you away
so I’ll continue to say:
Here I always will stay
so ferry cross the Mersey
‘cause this land’s the place I love
and here I’ll stay
(written by Gerry Marsden from “Gerry and the Pacemakers”)

The best inspiration is the one that you think is your own idea
read a post from Paula on “Lost in Translation” came off it because my phone rang,
then made this post  and so later re-read and found out that this one was my inspiration:
Thursday’s Special: Where Words Fail, Music Speaks