Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
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Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 1/4/2021

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Song Description

A thoughtful elegy for those lost in New York City on September 11, 2001, centered on those who choose to help in the face of tragedy

Story Behind the Song

On that Tuesday morning, I watched the Twin Towers burn, then fall, from my windows. In the days and weeks after, while my beloved city mourned, I reflected on how much had changed so quickly, and on the great numbers of people -- of all races, religions, and professions -- who risked their lives to help however they could.

Lyrics

Fly Now
Dedicated to Ladder 3 and Captain Patrick Brown



Technicolor morning, summer just gone
New shoes on, schools begun
The human hum...

Came without a warning
Sudden change morning doves
left their towers and flew away

Full flight, low hum
Shadow across the sun
Steel melts to liquid, fountain of glass

Fly Now

Whether it's a calling or different drum
Some folks think first of all
To help someone

Technicolor morning, no different pace
Shower and shave and for some
A lasting embrace

Daughters and girlfriends
and moms and wives
Brothers and fathers and sons and husbands

Hearts melt together, fountain of souls

FLY NOW

Whether it's a calling or different drum
Some folks think first of all
To help someone

Song Length
3:51
Genres
Folk - General, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Poignant, Still

Subject Matter
Sorrow, City

Similar Artist
Laurie Anderson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Deborah Berg
Music Credits Deborah Berg and Julian Marshall
Publisher Credits Bergamot Music
Label Credits 12th Street Music