COUNTING STARS

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charleville-2015

‘Those Who Stayed Behind’


One time on a moonlit night
You sat there counting stars
Asked me how it was that heaven
Was on the other side of Mars


Darkness, I can’t do without you
Self-doubt, that’s much the same
I’ve lost myself inside of Pan’s shadow
A place where life is just another pointless game


Cut it and the world cuts it with you
Crash then they’ll never know who you are
Hang around in twilight’s embers
And you’re just another abandoned star


You can hear me but you’ll never see me
In those shadows I’ve a bit part in a film noir
Listen out for the sad chords I’m playing
Listen out for my best friend, my new guitar


A song still waiting for its place on an album. I can’t believe that I wrote this number 6 years ago. Time plays tricks on me. Some of you might have heard it before, but it hasn’t had an outing for ages. New songs are on their way, but for now ‘Busking in Berlin’, a song about interrelationships between members of a band of buskers. I hope you enjoy;


If any poets out there are interested in having your poems turned into songs then click here to check it out: POETRY TO SONG


If you are looking for the above or all my other music then you’ll find it to download on BANDCAMP  or you can stream and/or make a playlist of it on SPOTIFY


Copyright © 2014 music; 2017 art; 2020 words; Zoolon Audio.  Music & Artwork. All rights reserved.  Unauthorised copying, reproduction, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited.

13 comments on “COUNTING STARS”

    1. Thanks Lady Yasmin. Everything I write is with an idea that one day I might want to use it, or adapt it for a song. That’s why I write in verse and don’t think, for example, I could write in so many types/genres of poetry that you do brilliantly. I need words that bounce along and mostly sing in my head when I’m composing. Thanks again ~ George

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