Diana Lynn

Diana Lynn

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R & B - Soul | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

1

Song Description

A feel good Power Pop Ballad about Life & Family and the labors of love that come around again and again: We have children we care for them until they are adults. They grow up and care for us in our old age.

Story Behind the Song

What goes through your mind when you watch someone you love sleeping after something has happend to cause you to realize this person is a huge part or maybe all of your life.

Lyrics

Say Goodnight

I?ll watch over you
Through the darkest coldest winter
And my love will see us through
I have felt the touch of your hand
And I know it to be true

You know that I will stand by you.
No matter how far you may roam
I?ll make sure you get back home
Cause I have seen the light of your smile
And I now it to be true

Nothings new they say
It?s all been done before
Lines and shadows are drawn
We unlock no door
All that?s left to do is
Close the door and say goodnight


Maybe you?ll watch over me
Through a dark and lonely winter
And maybe then you?ll understand me
You will see the light of my heart
And you?ll know it to be true

Nothings new they say
It?s all been done before
Lines and shadows are drawn
We unlock no doorAll that?s left to do is
Close the door and say goodnight

Song Length
5:07
Genres
Pop - Lullaby, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Moods
Relaxed, Engaging

Subject Matter
Life, General

Similar Artists
Macy Gray, Sarah Mclachlan
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits DianaLynn, Matt Davis
Music Credits Diana Lynn
Producer Credits DianaLynn
Publisher Credits Urth Mother Music
Performance Credits DianaLynn Vocals & Keyboard, Bobby Cavaness Keyboard, Gemi Taylor Guitar
Label Credits Tru Urth Records