This is a beautifully sumptuous arrangement of a traditional Folk Song from Newfoundland. Originally used as the second movement in Salvationist composer Morley Calvert's Canadian Folk Song Suite, the harmonies in this arrangement have been explored in more detail, leading to a pleasing number of renditions of the tune. The words associated with the song are as follows:
She's like the swallow that flies so high
She's like the river that never runs dry
She's like the sunshine on the lee shore
I love my love and love is no more.