They say I walk that path along the shore.
A dark and somber figure, they proclaim.
Just as I did a century before...
In whispers, tremble slightly at my name.
A lonely wraith, they're confident 'tis I
Among the shadows cast by pale moonlight.
They tell of those who hear my mournful cry
That sometimes mingles with the dark of night.
But I haunt upon the hill with many trees,
A ghost between the aspen and the pine.
The phantom in the woods that no one sees.
The flora and the fauna, friends of mine.
It is not me who walks beside the lake
And sometimes cries as though her soul will break.