The Black Dog:
The black dog appears regularly throughout literature, often being a manifestation of the depression and despair associated with one or other character.
The black dog he’s prowling around your door,
He’s been there many times before.
The black dog he would take control,
Of your heart and your soul.
The black dog he is a fearsome foe,
He won’t ever let you go.
The black dog feeds you inner fear,
Down your cheek rolls a salty tear.
The black dog weaves the darkest spell,
Harbinger, the tolling bell.
The black dog you cannot fight,
Hold him, see him in a different light.
The black dog rent in two the veil,
Showed there’s a different way to sail.
The black dog now he is your friend,
By your side till the end.
David Jacob: Harp
Paul: Guitars, Bass, Vocals