Daniel Evans

Daniel Evans

Username: Danevans

Daniel Evans

Username: Danevans
United Kingdom
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  • One of Each
  • Marty Dodson
  • Jack Tempchin
  • Chris Barron
  • Brad Roberts
  • sashadobson
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Marty Dodson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"Great line! I like the conversational tone of this!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"And I don't know why it should be a surprise / I knew what was happening by the look in your eyes"

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Jack Tempchin commented on Danevans' lyric:

"I like the 2nd line"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"You can’t be hurt if you don’t know, but what do I do now? / They always say to let it go, but never tell you how"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i got nothing to say but i'm always panting"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I got nothing to say but I'm always talking / I've got no sway but I sure am rocking"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"ditto meredith--aw!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

""Is that really me?" he said with a frown / "but I look so content and there's friends all around""

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sashadobson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"I like this! For some reason I want to repeat it. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"But an open cut can't heal"

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Marty Dodson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"Great line! I like the conversational tone of this!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"And I don't know why it should be a surprise / I knew what was happening by the look in your eyes"

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Jack Tempchin commented on Danevans' lyric:

"I like the 2nd line"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"You can’t be hurt if you don’t know, but what do I do now? / They always say to let it go, but never tell you how"

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Jack Tempchin commented on Danevans' lyric:

"Good lyric"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"They say time’s a great healer, but I’m willing to bet / It’ll take more than a few tears, to help me forget"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i got nothing to say but i'm always panting"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I got nothing to say but I'm always talking / I've got no sway but I sure am rocking"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i got nothing to say but i'm always ranting"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I got nothing to say but I'm always talking / I've got no sway but I sure am rocking"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i'm rarely on time but i'm on my way/my wristwatch is wrong at least twice a day [mess with the expectation created by the well-worn phrase]"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I'm rarely on time, or that's what they say / (but) my wristwatch is right, at least twice a day"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"agree."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"No circles of red surrounding the date / My schedule is clear, but I feel like I'm late"

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Chris Barron commented on Danevans' lyric:

"yah!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"No circles of red surrounding the date / My schedule is clear, but I feel like I'm late"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"ditto meredith--aw!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

""Is that really me?" he said with a frown / "but I look so content and there's friends all around""

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i like it a lot"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"With the box to his ear, he gives it a shake / It leaps from his hands; the gift is awake!"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"great!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

""The Nice List is shorter than ever" , he cries / as the the Naughty List grows in front of his eyes"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i like this too!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"There's mess in the workshop, the toy makers slack / when the big guy's not looking they all take a nap"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"now there's the holiday spirit!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Everyone's friend when December is near / All but forgotten the rest of the year"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"awesome"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Tied to a Pole, his best friend an elf / they say he's related to Christ himself"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"of course crazy fundamentalists would line up to shoot me if i sang this...."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Tied to a Pole, his best friend an elf / they say he's related to Christ himself"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"really like this one"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Down with the stories of tinsel and toys / here is tale that cuts through the noise"

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sashadobson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"I like this! For some reason I want to repeat it. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"But an open cut can't heal"

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sashadobson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"maybe open wound or wounded heart??"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"But an open cut can't heal"

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sashadobson commented on Danevans' lyric:

"haha this is great. five hours!? i can feel the torment. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Time out, to find out, why I can't concentrate / if she needs me, I'm only, five hours away"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"daniel - no worries about the syllable - when we say that word over here we slur past the syllable "er-ent" and just use "rent" as in "diff-rent"."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I try to trace this feeling to its source / My mind resets and starts a different course "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"this is more concrete than your last entry - nice."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"A whisper that uttered in the night / a vision in the corner of your eye"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"very nice rhythm. try to work in a specific image if you can. a recurring dream is very general, which ay not work as well a specific dream. specificity is grounding. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"It feels as if I'm in recurring dreams / I'm yet to understand what they could mean "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"to be picky, would you say, in every day speech, 'i'm yet to understand?' i know that british is different. i would say i still don't understand. or i have yet to understand."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"It feels as if I'm in recurring dreams / I'm yet to understand what they could mean "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"hey - i just looked at this dialoge now. jerry, good ear. you noticed that in "find love" sounds, to our ears, like to stressed adjacent syllables. this is a very subtle thing, and technically, as both words are single syllables, they could go both way. context is what determines the emphasis here. in this case, the only two syllable word is 'forget,' which, by it's placement in the line, makes it iambic. however, the word forget comes only at the end of the couplet, and there is no determination possible for the first line as all of the words are one syllable! quite an interesting case. jerry, your rewrite sounds more flowing, with just the simplest change, which is often all that is needed, and yet makes all the difference. the first line works, it is, technically ambic pentameter, but the rewrite is more elegant. great work on both of your parts."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I don't know why I feel like we have met / it's not like me to find love and forget"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"by the way, if you reread the words to songs of the unforgiven or ooh la la or even 'I Want to Par-tay' on Give Yourself a Hand, and you'll see it with new eyes. you will become addicted to scansion, and start hearing it in common speech. its quite a revolution in listening to the world. in elizabethan times, guys like john donne wrote letters to their friends in verse, usually iambic pentameter. some were so good that we still read them. (some of us, anyway.) if you want to get your head around iambic pentameter, try reading willaim wordsworth. he's much more accessible than shakespeare, who was one of the first great masters (milton too). the more recent in time the work is, the easier it is to understand. pope and dryden both wrote extensivley in iambic pentameter. they are also more recent, but rather dull unless you are into 18th british history. you'll also find, as i mentioned, that songs of the unforgiven has not just iambic pentameter, but sonnetts. i highly recommend taking on this poetic form and writing sonnets as exercises. the form is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG - that is, three verses in alternating rhyme, and then a strict rhyming couplet at the end. the couplet ties the sonnet together with its sound if finality - the tight rhyme does this. write sonnets over and over, use irreverant language if you want, write about ANYTHING, just do in in iambic pentameter. also you must read the sonnets of early twentieth century poet gerard manley hopkins, whose sonnets are feats of language. i must go read him now to refresh my mind. i would like to start a sonnet-writing club. we pick a topic, and then we all write a sonnet about it. seriously. it would be a blast, and we'd hone our skills like crazy! "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I don't know why I feel like we have met / it's not like me to find love and forget"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"nice flow from the first line"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"the past stayed the night, crept out before dawn / my mind is unclear, the edges are worn "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"nice rewrite of your other line, but in iambic pentameter. a contender!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I'm not too sure when, I last felt this way / a few months can pass, or sometimes a day"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"This is not iambic pentameter, but it's good verse. "I really don't know when these feelings came" is iambic pentameter - 10 syllables, first one unstressed, the second one stressed. To make it into a couplet, I would write: "I really don't know when these feelings came/This rerun in my head, always the same." Actually, 'always' is out of place, as it is pronounced ALways not alWAYS - but it is very close, and I could smooth it out with my vocal delivery. Does this make sense?"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I really don't know when / these feelings came to mind / this re-run in my head / eludes me every time"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"Monday morning at the station I slow-dance with those in my way I'm sure I've been here before As clues evaporate, I start my day Daniel Evans Daniel you have written a great verse, but it is not in iambic pentameter. I want to take it apart for your instruction, as I know that you are eager to rise to the occasion of using new meters. Incidentally, it is a beautiful verse nevertheless. 1) The first two lines have 8 syllables - four feet - but only the second is in iambs. Scan it yourself ( this is called scansion - to scan a poem): / v / v / v / v Monday morning at the station This line has 4 feet of troches, the very opposite of the iambs. Troches look, of course, like this: / v 2) The next line suggests iambs: for although all words are only one syllable long, the placement of "slow-dance" makes the whole line sound iambic. v / v / v / v / "I slow-dance with those in my way." 3) The third line is one syllable short of an even four feet: "I am sure I have been here before" Instead, try "I'm sure that I've been here before" The placement of "before" makes the line read iambically and gives it four complete feet of iambs. 4) Finally, the last line is perfectly iambic, and in pentameter at that: v / v / v / v / v / "As clues evaporate I start my day" Thanks for this, bro. I hope that you aren't daunted by these comments; they are intended to be supportive. Always love to hear from you."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Monday morning at the station / I slow-dance with those in my way / I'm sure I've been here before / As clues evaporate, I start my day"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"you sound like me. that's a compliment!"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"We cannot take the lost / those no longer here / where will we place flowers / one afternoon each year? "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i like it. it might be a bit lengthy syllable wise, but it's not wordy in the negative sense of being overwrought."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"We gaze up at the stars /a bright and blurry vision / I'm reminded of our rabbits / and their apparent indecision "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"this is very good and workable. there's something between those ears of yours, apparently."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Two of every shade / from mother nature's palette / pooling cosmic hope / in mourning for our planet"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"daniel - i like being passed between the trees very much, and i'm impressed that you figured out that whispering would overlap with the chorus. really nice lines. good job."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I thought I heard the Gods / and fell down to my knees / but it was just a secret / being passed between the trees"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"nice image."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"A single-colour jigsaw piece / I recognise that now / equally responsible / but powerless somehow "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"yes, this could be a very nice transition. i haven't read everything, yet, so i can't say it is chosen - yet."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"But what good is a dish / when satellites don't hear / a single god damned wish / we make when skies are clear"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"lovely, melancholy. the formal diction works here, as your diction is generally elevated. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"I prayed unto the Gods / and waited for a cure / and as the last star fell / I prayed to them no more "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"you probably don't know that there was a tv show called 'lost in space' which lends a double meaning here. or do you know the show? it was american - i don't know how much american tv you guys get..."

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Our connection has a fault / there's a wire out of place / are my wishes ever heard / or are they lost in space? "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"daniel - the idea here is good, but 'missing a last page' is a little clunky sounding, but maybe it would work once set to a melody. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Our hopes they fade away / like the paintings in our caves / the scriptures that we wrote / are missing a last page "

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"your metre is nearly flawless. i would use a melodic ornament to deal with the last line, where there is an extra syllable. "

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Lyric by Danevans:

"Our worship was in vain / no answers from the skies / as everything we built / unravells before our eyes"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"your stuff is consistently good, daniel. you a songwriter?"

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Lyric by Danevans:

" No need for trailing crumbs / Or keys under the matt / The last book's on the fire / Our conscience is intact"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"i just listened to your song online. really good."

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Lyric by Danevans:

" No need for trailing crumbs / Or keys under the matt / The last book's on the fire / Our conscience is intact"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"(KUDOS) just comes up before my words sometimes. its a glitch in the system."

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Lyric by Danevans:

" No need for trailing crumbs / Or keys under the matt / The last book's on the fire / Our conscience is intact"

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Brad Roberts commented on Danevans' lyric:

"you sound a bit like me, here, daniel - if i may say so"

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Lyric by Danevans:

"The satellites will fall / and stars begin to fade / the majesty is gone / the bed has been made "

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If you time it just right and you close half an eye, you can see and can be at the heart
It only takes a second, to come back to the ground / in every fierce hurricane, there's solace to be found
I get it now “that’s a wrap” and I’ll deal with that... but there ain’t...
I’ve been trying to forget but I can’t regret... ‘cause there ain’t...
We live and learn, but I couldn’t know / I’d find real love by letting it go
I was lost, ‘til I found
Hit the light, hold on tight
And I don't know why it should be a surprise / I knew what was happening by the look in your eyes
Tomorrow Today
They say time is the cure for feeling this way, I need a short cut to get to tomorrow today
And just as the butterfly must part with the past, I’ll start a new life and never look back
And just as the butterfly must part with the past, I’ll float through this new life and never look back
Change up my hairstyle and maybe my name, so nothin about that old life is the same
But acid corrodes the vessel it’s in, to let it all out is the place to begin
How do we say that it’s all in the past, when living that way seems too much to ask?
Trying to push on, ‘cause you know that you should, but all the well wishes don’t do any good
You can’t be hurt if you don’t know, but what do I do now? / They always say to let it go, but never tell you how
They say time’s a great healer, but I’m willing to bet / It’ll take more than a few tears, to help me forget
I got nothing to say but I'm always talking / I've got no sway but I sure am rocking
Cold and bare as the day I was born / I got a bird in the hand and two on the lawn
They said read your books and, know your lines / fix up how you look and, be on time
Chasing an old me that I can't get back / it's dodging my doctor that's making me quack
I got bags under bags, they're carrying my eyes / while I'm coiled like a spring, in the name of surprise
The TV's on the wink, and the fire is cold / the lights are on and I'm always home
I'm rarely on time, or that's what they say / (but) my wristwatch is right, at least twice a day
Damned if I don't and panned if I do / I screen all my calls, and stay out of view
My diary's been empty, since October 10 / been pacing the hallway since I don't know when
No circles of red surrounding the date / My schedule is clear, but I feel like I'm late
Gotta get up and head into town / I got no place to be but I can't put it down
A Crimson Carol
And then he learned how he got his name / why the job was his alone to claim
"Is that really me?" he said with a frown / "but I look so content and there's friends all around"
But squint though he might, the scene wasn't clear / he said to the bunny "so why am I here?"
It sprouts out two arms then two legs and feet / crashing and bashing a dance in the street
With the box to his ear, he gives it a shake / It leaps from his hands; the gift is awake!
He looked to his left and then to his right / who could've sent this well-wrapped delight ?
"The Nice List is shorter than ever" , he cries / as the the Naughty List grows in front of his eyes
There's mess in the workshop, the toy makers slack / when the big guy's not looking they all take a nap
He'll mix up your gifts, wrap up a few rocks / The reason you end up with mittens and socks /
Everyone's friend when December is near / All but forgotten the rest of the year
Tied to a Pole, his best friend an elf / they say he's related to Christ himself
Down with the stories of tinsel and toys / here is tale that cuts through the noise
I didn't always have this job / I didn't take a test
So it was, one sunny morn, a stranger came to stay
Stop all the clocks and turn out the light / I'll meet you there, in the still of the night
But an open cut can't heal
But I've never had the patience, to live life that way
As the sun creeps in my room , And another day's replaced / It gets harder to recall, the memory of your face
Time out, to find out, why I can't concentrate / if she needs me, I'm only, five hours away
But birds don't just fly, they migrate far away / and that's just what she did, that day
Push the fear further, farther away, grab the moment, ours is today
Listen real close, shuffle over here / the secret of life, is simple my dear
we can break, the ties that bind / hit the road, and beat the hands of time
Blood orange skies, now bring no delight / time stitches on, much darker than night
The clock on the wall, hasn't moved in a year / but still the sun fades, and darkness is near
"Follow the map" is what he said, as he took from my my sole / I couldn't know, on that fateful day, what I'd part with down that road
There's never been a sunset , that I have not enjoyed / what troubles me, is some can't see, the beauty that's employed
Come a little closer, and I'll tell you a tale / learn the lessons it will teach, and you my friend won't fail
We could start this chapter over, but the end is just the same
The fire of lust we felt long ago, got put out, by the rain
BRIEF ASIDE: I found out today that the guys often played with amazing Winnipeg artist Del Barber, who I was fortunate enough to meet in London a couple of times last year. Check out ''The Waitress'' video which features some of the guys! :)
Lay down here, next to me, don't try to forget / the way we danced, the times we laughed, the night we first met
('cause) stopping time is not my style, I never stay too long, I build and break my house of cards, and like the setting sun, I'm gone
The noise will fade and the path will clear, I'm running down that road / As the sun comes up and the tide creeps in, I'll find my way back home
The longer it took the more I wondered, if I ever left at all
This town it never changes, like the photos in my mind / a place to set your watch by, no need to hit rewind
But what is to come, we're not meant to know / gambling with seeds we aren't meant to sow
Just as day follows night, and night follows day / I danced with the devil, and he taught me his way
No way back or remedy / I can't undo what's meant to be
I can't see my hand in front of my face / is this how it feels, to fall from grace?
Bless this house for it has sinned / a storm is comin' on the wind
There's a secret place, I sometimes go / I cannot tell you where
Life is a Dance
Hand in hand, stay up all night / laugh til you cry, under stars so bright
It's all just a game, and love is the prize / It's a wonderful life, if you open your eyes
Grab this life and hold on tight / Live and love and learn, with all your might
We can't waste time, it's not on our side / let's strap ourselves in, and enjoy the ride
Come outside / and take in the breeze / come outside / put your mind at ease
Cast off your concerns and banish your doubt / The world has a way of working things out
Standing on the ledge, I try to understand how I got here / It's been a tough old day, and some would say it's been a tough old year
Silent whisper, lost romances / Forgotten dreams, wasted chances
I run and run but I get nowhere fast / The front door only leads me through the back
Story snatcher, old and shameless / Will you share a little bit of what might be?
The radio tunes in and then it fades / a brief connection to our former days
At times I wonder if I'm here at all / A shadow of a memory from before
These memories don't feel like mine / A diary that got left behind
I try to trace this feeling to its source / My mind resets and starts a different course
A whisper that uttered in the night / a vision in the corner of your eye
It feels as if I'm in recurring dreams / I'm yet to understand what they could mean
I don't know why I feel like we have met / it's not like me to find love and forget
the past stayed the night, crept out before dawn / my mind is unclear, the edges are worn
I'm not too sure when, I last felt this way / a few months can pass, or sometimes a day
I really don't know when / these feelings came to mind / this re-run in my head / eludes me every time
With a scratch of my head / and squint of my eye / I accuse with a stare / as the people pass by
Monday morning at the station / I slow-dance with those in my way / I'm sure I've been here before / As clues evaporate, I start my day
Song Topic: Hi folks well done on some fantastic lyrics and song titles. I am still here and right behind you all, but won't be suggesting a song topic as being given an idea to work with last time really helped my writing. If you read my profile you'll see why this is helpful for me. Cheers!
Beastly Evolution
Odds and Gods
The Voice
and so the stars ignite / then one by one they fall / will we see the reaper dance? / have our odds improved at all?
Appetite increases / thirst grows ever more / will the cycle ever end? / have we been here once before?
We cannot take the lost / those no longer here / where will we place flowers / one afternoon each year?
We gaze up at the stars /a bright and blurry vision / I'm reminded of our rabbits / and their apparent indecision
and as we come to learn / the error of our ways / the question lingers on / are these our final days?
I thought our generation / wouldn't live to see the day / I thought we had more time / and wouldn't have to pay
Two of every shade / from mother nature's palette / pooling cosmic hope / in mourning for our planet
I thought I heard the Gods / and fell down to my knees / but it was just a secret / being passed between the trees
A single-colour jigsaw piece / I recognise that now / equally responsible / but powerless somehow
But what good is a dish / when satellites don't hear / a single god damned wish / we make when skies are clear
I prayed unto the Gods / and waited for a cure / and as the last star fell / I prayed to them no more
Our connection has a fault / there's a wire out of place / are my wishes ever heard / or are they lost in space?
Our hopes they fade away / like the paintings in our caves / the scriptures that we wrote / are missing a last page
Our worship was in vain / no answers from the skies / as everything we built / unravells before our eyes
Yet all we need to do / They led us to believe / Is pay for all our sins/ Repent and seek reprieve
and now the answer's clear / we reaped but did not sow / and so we move along / a circus with no show
We didn't hear the Gods / the cave paintings were right / our welcome has been worn / the skies are set to night
No need for trailing crumbs / Or keys under the matt / The last book's on the fire / Our conscience is intact
We cannot take the blame / For ruin in our wake / The promise of our fathers / Was never theirs to make
And as we hit the lights / Wave farewell to our past / There is no way to know / if the next stop is the last
There was no giant leap / And man has not been kind / A tired ball of smoke / Is all we'll leave behind
The satellites will fall / and stars begin to fade / the majesty is gone / the bed has been made
There's a little rock out there / I heard it's not that far / They say it's got the room / It's hidden in the stars
With disposable words and reusable genes. We'll live our lives beyond our means.
An empty shell is all we'll leave / When this rock is finally granted reprieve A
If this is all there is that's left / sign me up, send me off next
I hope I'll be the first to know,
My hopes are higher than I can fly / The limit to me, is no longer the sky
When the time comes to boldly go,
But odds are we're wrong / and who are we to know / Why we worship these Gods / But the Gods never show
They told us to be careful / To live here with respect / But our fathers choked their planet / That we might choke the next
Now some say we aren't real / While other folks are sure / Oftentimes we wonder / If we're really here at all
With the sleight of our hand / Their worlds become ours / Tumbling Satellites / And falling stars
We sleep upside down / Touch elbows to kiss / Banish wrong doers / Into the abyss
The seas here are different / Not like those at home / Like the blood of my comrade / Crimson, and cold
This suit that I'm in / This vacuum in space / Devoid of love / As the look on your face
and I knew then, it was written in the stars / as the first signs of February crept across Mars

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