Moka Latte

Moka Latte

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Rock - General | Marysville, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 349   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 3/23/2020

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Song Description

A search for love that has been elusive and trying to understand why.

Broadjam Member Reviews

I enjoyed listening to your song. I think the message was fairly clear and I "got" it. The instrumentation seemed pretty "standard rock" and the band was decently tight. Your song poses an important question that many are asking; so I think this song could have some commercial value if the right movie finds it.

    - Kate Carpenter
Lyrics

Deeply In Love

Love seems for me an endless dream
With love always just beyond my reach
I've been waiting, waiting for so long
Wonder if my time will ever come

(CHORUS)Could it be love's past me by
I just didn't read love's lines
Here I am my hearts undone
Quietly it's crying for someone
To fall deeply in love


When love comes
How does one really know
What are love's signs
What would they truly show

(CHORUS)

Love's mystery, escapes me
Love come speak to me plainly
I wonder, will love ever
Come rapture me

(CHORUS)

Song Length
3:58
Genre
Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Searching for Love

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Brad Adams
Music Credits Douglas Shawe, Wayne Hood, Keith Ridenour
Performance Credits Brad Adams