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:

108

Song Description

Story of a love interrupted by unforeseen events.

Lyrics

YOU'LL COME

Stumbling down a crooked trail, I came upon a lake.
Your schooner sailing blithely past, you did a doubletake.
You told me . . . when I'd lose my path,
Spirits fading fast,
Sailing at half-mast, . . . you'd come.

There were times I'd think of you, wondering where you sailed.
In my secret voice I called . . . and you never failed.
When my troubles grew,
Couldn't see things through,
Right out of the blue . . . you'd come. (Repeat these three lines.)

You swooped in like an eagle; you courted your white swan.
Then a distant thunder . . . called and you were gone.

Now I'm blessed with souvenirs, bittersweet but kind.
Withered leaves of memory . . . fall and I don't mind.
Letters that you'd send
Reached me now and then.
Still, I wonder when . . . you'll come.

Letters that you'd send
Reached me now and then.
Still, I wonder when . . . you'll come.

Copyright © 2008 by Daniel V. Gribbin
Dan Gribbin bluzeman1@hotmail.com
Phone: 386-760-8226
Cell: 386-956-1813

Song Length
3:00
Genre
Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Composed

Subject Matter
Unrequited Love
Similar Artist
Norah Jones

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Music Credits Dan Gribbin
Producer Credits Dan Gribbin
Publisher Credits Dan Gribbin
Performance Credits Dan Gribbin/Rebecca Zapen
Label Credits Anhinga Harmonics