Donovan - Celia Of The Seals album
Should you wander this land to the North, And few seldom do, Should you follow the song of the gull To enchanted western isles, Coax a fisherman to take you out Where the silky seals are seen, Hear the stories that they tell about The maiden who is their queen, The maiden who is their queen. Celia of the seals, She knows just how they feel, Celia of the seals.
Donovan-Celia Of The Seals guitar tab, guitar tabs, bass tabs, chords and guitar pro tabs. Verse 1: - D G C G Should you wander this land to the North, Em C G C G And few seldom do, D G C G Should you follow the song of the gull Em C G C G To enchanted western isles, Em G C G Coax a fisherman to take you out Em C G C G Where the silky seals are seen, Em G C G Hear the stories that they tell about. Prechorus: - Em A The maiden who is their queen, D(mute the high e string) G C G The maiden who is their queen. Chorus 1st -. Em G C G Celia of the seals, Em Bm(strum) She knows just how they feel, C G C G Celia of the seals. Interlude 1: (just picking the open chords)
Album: Troubadour: 1964 - 1976 (1970). Gloria from LondonThe Celia of the song title is Celia Hammond, who was a top model in the 70s and often modelled furs, until she realised how fur was obtained and how cruel the fur trade is. She used her fame as a model to become a vocal and hands-on animal activist and opened the Celia Hammond Animal Trust which takes in and neuters feral cats, rehoming those tame enough or releasing them back whence they came where possible, and finding farm homes for the remainder
The Celia of the title was inspired by Celia Hammond a friend of his wife who once dated Jeff Beck. The Pee Song- A ridiculous yet funny original. record again and again. The album concludes with two lullabies the Thomas Hood- penned "Queen Mab" and the original "La Moora" (written for Astrella or Ione Skye probably).
Album: HMS Donovan, 1971. From HMS Donovan, 1971. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Print and download Celia of the Seals sheet music by Donovan. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar, and Singer Pro in G Major. Celia of the Seals digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. Title: Celia of the Seals. Instruments: Voice, range: D4-D5 Piano Guitar. More Songs From the Album: Donovan - HMS Donovan. From the Book: The Songs of Donovan. Publishing administered by: Peer International Corporation.
Album: The Essential Donovan, 2004. In the chilly hours and minutes Of uncertainty I want to be In the warm hold of your lovin' mind. To feel you all around me And to take your hand Along the sand, Ah, but I may as well try and catch the wind. Now playing: Portugal.
HMS Donovan is the ninth studio album, and tenth album overall, from British singer-songwriter Donovan. It marks the second album of Donovan's children's music, after the For Little Ones portion of A Gift from a Flower to a Garden. HMS Donovan is the second double album of Donovan's career, and was released in the UK only, in July 1971 (Dawn Records DNLD 4001 (stereo)).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Celia Of The Seals
Written-By – D. Leitch*
|B||The Song Of The Wandering Aengus
Written-By – D. Leitch*, W. B. Yeats*
- Producer – Donovan
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): ZSP154404-1B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): ZSP154405-1B
|DNS.1007||Donovan With Danny Thompson||Donovan With Danny Thompson - Celia Of The Seals (7", Single)||Dawn||DNS.1007||UK||1970|
|CBSA 82099||Donovan With Danny Thompson||Donovan With Danny Thompson - Celia Of The Seals (7")||CBS/Sony||CBSA 82099||Japan||1971|
|ES-103||Donovan||Celia Of The Seals (7")||Epic||ES-103||Australia||1971|
|5-10694||Donovan||Celia Of The Seals (7", Single)||Epic||5-10694||Canada||1970|
|5-10694||Donovan||Celia Of The Seals / The Song Of The Wandering Aengus (7")||Epic||5-10694||Germany||1971|