Moka Latte

Moka Latte

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Rock - General | Marysville, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 346   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

About a man's last moments with his dying wife.

Story Behind the Song

To simply tell a short story of undying love between a man and his woman.

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Its a pleasure to hear this caliber on here bro! Great lyrics and vocals. Music is superb. Great job!

    - Stan Flowers

I really enjoyed listening to this song. Great instrumentation and vocal presentation, and production. The song had a really nice feel too it. I wasn't sure if it really fell into the Contemporary Country category, but it could easily fit "old Country." The song was very refreshing to listen to. I could listen to it several times over and not get tired of hearing it. Nicely done.

    - Nick Berry
Lyrics

End Of Life

Sitting at the end of the bed
Watching the sun begin to shine
I heard you calling my name
I asked if you were alright

I turned, you came into view
Rose up to come to your side
You said,
"Sing your song to me once again my love,
Before I say goodnight"

CHORUS Take my hand and dance with me
Just hold on tight
I promise to cherish you
In this dance of life
Our youth will fade
And our hair will turn grey
But my love for you knows no time
I will hold your hand
Until the end of life

It's a song I would sing
To say how I loved you
I sang it to you on our wedding day
It's the one I used, each time I knew
You need to know my love hadn't changed

I tried so hard not to cry
As I gazed into your face
I sang to you my little song
As your life quietly slipped away

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CHORUS

Song Length
4:06
Genres
Country - Contemporary, Country - Alternative
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Endearing, Moving


Language
English

Lyric Credits Brad Adams
Music Credits Andrew Hobler
Performance Credits Brad Adams, Andrew Hobler