“Finding Wings” is about transforming loss into gain – it is about finding the courage to follow your dreams and share your gifts. To keep walking and learning is what truly matters – not how many times we stumble over the stepping stones along the way.
Without pain and struggle, who would search out new beginnings? Without loss and letting go, how would we move on?
Sometimes love and romance carry us too far out to sea before we realise that this ship is leaving a trail of heart-ache, emptiness, confusion and disappointment in its wake. And when we make mistakes, it is usually ourselves that we need to learn to love and forgive the most. Self-worth and respect are restored in the healing reflections of nature, where we are destined to find beauty innate.
Comforting and inspirational lyrics speak of trust in a higher power when navigating the overwhelming stormy waters of grief, or separation from loved ones. True love is never lost, and home is always within us.
We are torn by the conflicts of the mind, and tossed between past pain and future uncertainty, and lose sight of what we are truly searching for: inner peace. But even in the darkness, there is a light at the end of the tunnel; a rustle of wings and a gentle whisper inviting us to a welcome in a new day, embrace a new start and find our wings.
But even in the darkness, there is a light at the end of the tunnel; a rushing of wings and a gentle whisper inviting us to a welcome in a new day, take a brave step forward and find our wings.
“She loves you – exactly as you are – no matter where you are.”
(from My Angel )
Lyrics and music by Heidi Wyder © 2020
Arranged, Recorded & Produced by John Hamilton of E.Q. Studios, London
New digital album “When One Door Closes” featuring tracks from the original albums “Peeling Oranges” (1993) and “Solitaire” (1994)
Heidi Wyder: vocals, backing vocals
John Hamilton: guitar, backing vocals, keyboards, percussion
With the special help for “Une Autre Gloire” and “Solitaire” recorded with Andrew D. Brewis (grand piano); Catherine Collon (cello); Tamsin Bland (flute); Mark Bervill (guitar) and Alistair Viles (engineer).