Dan Gribbin

Dan Gribbin

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Folk - Contemporary | Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,850   
Member Since: 2005
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Plays:

41

Lyrics

This is a morning made for Martha,
The marbled clouds awash in pink.
A sliver moon she's carved in ivory,
A veil of mist too pure to drink.

But when will Martha come, when will we wade the rising tide?
Oh, when will Martha come--when will she walk here by my side?

We've known our share of disappointments;
Leaving our better selves behind.
I've walked away from what I needed;
She's helped me see that I was blind.

And when will Martha come? Shore birds are waiting to rejoice.
Yes, when will Martha come--when will we hear her laughing voice?

This is an evening made for Martha,
A copper sunset in the West.
Against a silhouette of palm trees
The evening star has reached its crest.

But when will Martha come, to name the stars I count each night?
Oh, when will Martha come--when will this darkness know her light?

This was a morning made for Martha,
The marbled clouds awash in pink.
A sliver moon she's carved in ivory,
A veil of mist too pure to drink.

Dan Gribbin
bluzeman1@hotmail.com
Phone: 386-760-8226
Cell: 386-956-1813

Song Length
2:55
Genres
Folk - General, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Serene

Subject Matter
Spirituality

Lyric Credits Daniel V. Gribbin
Music Credits Daniel V. Gribbin
Producer Credits Daniel V. Gribbin
Publisher Credits Daniel V. Gribbin