Cellar Songs

Cellar Songs

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Rock - General | Dublin,Ireland, Ireland
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Member Since: 2001
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Song Description

a tear-jerker based on a powerful book- The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. An apology for not showing affection

Story Behind the Song

I read the book and saw how I related to the main character truly loved Josephine but chose to read at a time when she needed attention. She felt rejected and the song is my thoughts on how he could fix the problem

Lyrics

Josephine (Mc Donnell, Molloy)

Don?t read into the silence.
Don?t change the moment.
Don?t use words for what my eyes might say .


Don?t show me the war wounds.
It?s too late or too soon,
When we?ve no need to be saved.

©
Did you know I sing your praises,
When you are not around.
I?m the king of phrases,
Who?s got none to be found.
Don?t you think the words would flow for me now.
My Josephine.

Are you fearful of the quiet.
That I might wander for a while.
Find myself a new love
And conjour our divide.

Put my hand upon the bible.
For confession or control.
I?ve always known the depth,
to the colours of your soul,
Against my soul
©

Song Length
4:20
Genre
Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Adorable, Troubled

Subject Matter
Regret

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits mcdonnell
Music Credits molloy
Producer Credits molloy
Publisher Credits none
Performance Credits none
Label Credits none