Crimson

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Rock - Progressive Rock | Kiel, Wisconsin, United States
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Member Since: 2010
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Song Description

A song that shows a nice shade of light and dark, with some punk, and some pop thrown into the hard rock mix. This is the first ever recording of the song, and not in any way the final version, this is just a demo for launchpad.

Lyrics

Nothing Lasts
(Original)

The story opens to another day
Turn the page watch the seasons change
The clock spins another tick mark on the wall
You find you've spent your time on nothing at all

I've heard the story before I know how it ends
It's just the same old page all over again
Just another memory in boxes on the shelf
Closet full of clutter, I lose myself

End of the line, grab a tray
What's on the menu for today?

You're a three week lover
A two week friend
A one week angel that God had sent
Four days, holding you
All in the past
It went so fast
Enjoy it now cuz nothing lasts

If life has taught me anything it's nothing ever lasts
And the sky above my head is always overcast
Finally had a sunny day but then it goes away
Doesn't even bother to remember your name

End of the line, grab a tray
What's on the menu for today?

You're a three week lover
A two week friend
A one week angel that God had sent
Four days, holding you
All in the past
It went so fast
Enjoy it now cuz nothing lasts

Song Length
3:19
Genres
Rock - General, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Nonviolent, Enraged

Subject Matter
Breaking Up

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits John Lardinois
Music Credits John Lardinois
Producer Credits John Lardinois
Performance Credits John Lardinois