THAT DAY CAN’T COME TOO SOON

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‘Morning Sun on hottest English day’


Nothing matters this side of midnight
When fading shadows go chase the moon
I hope one day you’ll understand that
That day can’t come too soon


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‘Empty Bar, Red-hot Day’


I captured visions of the blackness
Two dimensions are fine by me
Up above hidden stars are restless
Until the dawn put pay to their destiny


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‘Cruiser with no place to cruise’


The clouds are resting some place
Sad shadows never reached the moon
The Sea God sacked all of his white horses
The sun a terminal hot air balloon


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‘Pigeon Hotel’ 


Nothing matters this side of midnight
When fading shadows go chase the moon
I hope one day you’ll understand that
That day can’t come too soon


Here’s an odd thing – especially so for an instrumental. I got advised that this piece, ‘The Forgotten Daughter of Zeus’, the title track on an album of mine, got thirty-one plays in The States in just a couple of hours last Thursday. Ultra odd. With that in mind here it is. I hope you enjoy;


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Copyright © 2019 music; 2020 words – Zoolon Audio. All rights reserved. Unauthorised copying, reproduction, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited.

 

29 comments on “THAT DAY CAN’T COME TOO SOON”

    1. Thanks. I think the Pigeon Hotel was once a small hotel that caught fire about 40 years ago. A number of guest died. I remember one of the locals told me that they never discovered who the owner of both building and land was. For some reason they – who ever ‘they’ are – just left it to rot. You’re right though, all over the town so many businesses have gone bust. For example I got told we had 7 Indian Restaurants before the lockdown but now we’ve only got 3. The sad side of that is that they’re all family businesses ~ George

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