Dianne MacAdam

Dianne MacAdam

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Folk - Alternative | Easton, Massachusetts, United States
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Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 10/18/2018

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Song Description

Written for a film about two brothers who were once close but have grown apart. There is hope for a breakthrough in their relationship. This proved to be a tricky project. It was tough writing something that worked for family, particularly brothers, w

Story Behind the Song

This is a pre-production of a song written for the indie film This Time Each Year. It will be used in the film's trailer.

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Lyrics

The murky waters call to me once more
I dive in head first, belly skims the floor
Crave the solace and the pressure in my chest
The ache is my companion and it's what I know best

Send my message through the void and I stand-by
Wait around a minute more, there's no reply
I head up to the surface cause I need to get some air
Once again I'm half-relieved that there is no one there

And this emptiness is killing me
It's a self-fulfilling prophecy
I pray you haven't drifted very far
I'll send signals to you over there
And hope they echo back to here
This current's pulling us from Who We Are

I'm sending Sonar
Sending sonar

Some will hold resentments till the end
Keep it in our hearts just like a friend
But veins will soon be hardened over time
We fail to understand that blood is thicker than pride

And this emptiness is killing me
It's a self-fulfilling prophecy
I pray you haven't drifted very far
I'll send signals to you over there
And hope they echo back to here
This current's pulling us from Who We Are
I'm sending Sonar
Sending sonar

Cause this emptiness is killing me
It's a self-fulfilling prophecy
I pray you haven't drifted very far
Cause the signals I've sent over there
Will someday echo back to here
A silent symphony of Who We Are

I'm sending Sonar


Song Length
3:50
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
Change, Determination

Similar Artist
Cowboy Junkies
Language
English

Lyric Credits Dianne MacAdam
Music Credits Jay Psaros
Producer Credits Jay Psaros - PB and Jay Records
Performance Credits Dianne MacAdam / Jay Psaros