Kierstin Gray

Kierstin Gray

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R & B - Soul | New York, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

The more we live, the more things change... not always for the better.

Story Behind the Song

A close friend and I were driving back from an afternoon at the beach and were commenting about the beauty of the sunset. After a moment of contemplation, she commented on how there was no wonder that so many colors were in the sky, considering the amount

Lyrics

I used to watch the sunset every afternoon
And marvel at it's iridescent light
Long before I learned the way we fill the sky
With chemicals that's why it looks that way

Used to be there was a name that I could call
And that name was for you and you alone
But words have turned against me now and the day has changed
And am I lost and you have gone away

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There was a silent moment on a shadowed hill
Where the life I'd known before retired and laid upon the grass
There was a spark that lit the way back through the dark
But I am struggling with my steps just trying to keep up

Used to be a face recalled and loved so well
That shone with the joy and love of peace
But that face doesn't shine once more for it's too mature
And faces all turn now to war and hate

Used to be a person looking for the truth
And everywhere it felt that it was found
But it seems today that hope has left and faith is gone
And the people ask each other where is god

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Used to be that say you foe or say you friend
I would open my arms to you with love
And the sacred bonds of kinship would arise in you
And brotherhood was more than just a word

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Used to be a song that I would love to sing
A song of all the dreams we didn't make
Cuz we live life by the things we have and things we see
As what we could or not believe
But I say
Let the dream begin with me

Song Length
4:31
Genre
Folk - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
General, Change

Similar Artists
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Simon & Garfunkel
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

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