Bronze Horse in the sunrise You've got the wind in your mane The echoes of ages, are all calling your name Sheep-herding princess, she wants to tame you And she knows you're wild And she knows you're free
Now in the rose light The dawn stirs the breeze From the Echoing Mountain She brings gifts for thee The Lamb by the swift brook He knows her by name And He knows she's wild And He knows she's free
Now here my Legend Of that Pegasus King The Spirit will take you From you're night to His Dream The Wisdom of Ages She wants to tame you And she knows you're wild And she'll keep you FREE!
This song was composed in 1975. It was based on the following North American Indian Legend:
And from the North, shall come a Stallion of Bronze Whom none with guile shall conquer Only one young in limb and mind Will tame this Stallion of the Echoing Mopuntain And he, not by the common arts of man But by the practice of understanding and affection To such a one shall the stallion yield And he will become to him as one man becomes to another When the practice of understanding and affection Have brought to them Peace and Contentment.