Danelle Drury

Danelle Drury

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Folk - Rock | Kansas City, Kansas, United States
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53

Song Description

Arrangement of the classic guitar masterpiece Recuerdos de la Alhambra (1896), new words by Danelle Drury

Lyrics

Gone the summer days,
the leaves all died and fell:
Nature's dying ritual.
Gone are you as well.
Gone the sun-kissed whisper.

I loved you all my days,
I'd never dreamed we'd part.
Clothed in shrouds of winter,
It's winter in my heart.
Can't believe you've left me.

My days were filled with you,
our loving and our laughter.
Tea without you, stretches ever after.

Gone your quiet half-smile,
gone your steady breathing.
Darkness closing on me,
The winter of my grieving.

To hold you in my arms,
My head against your chest,
your heartbeat reassuring,
your warmth my spirit's rest;
Who am I without you?

Gone the summer warmth,
the leaves all turned to red.
I'll hold you close all winter,
but only in my head.

All in my head....
All in my head, all in my head.

Words by Danelle Drury; DanelleD.com

Song Length
4:00
Genre
Classical - Romantic
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Cheerless, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Heartbreak


Language
English
Era
1800 - 1899

Lyric Credits Danelle Drury
Music Credits Terrega, arranged Sync2Beat
Producer Credits Sync2Beat.com
Publisher Credits Sync2Beat.com