Catch a Falling Star

Story Behind The Song

for my mother

Song Description

same as above

Song Length 4:36 Genre Jazz - General
Tempo Slow (71 - 90) Lead Vocal Female Vocal
Mood Relaxed Subject Birds
Similar Artists Natalie Cole, Melba Moore Language English
Era 1950 - 1959

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Catch a Falling Star
All words and music by Eve L. Rantzer
(P)© 2002 Rantzer Publishing/BMI, all rights reserved.


1.
Catch a falling star, hold it in your eyes,
You will see the world astound you,
You've never ventured far, brave the one who tries,
Golden roads have finally found you,
Half-drowned from a lifetime of rain,
When the sun breaks, you'll never be the same, oh,
Catch a falling star and never lose your way again.

2.
Light an evening fire, watch the roses bloom,
Take a morning train to everywhere,
Dance into the night, surrender to the moon,
Sing for all the times you never dared,
As for the madmen who kept you from trying, well,
It's hard to contemplate fools when you are flying,
Catch a falling star and never lose your way ......

BRIDGE

I lost the only thing that ever mattered,
The inner fire that made winter warm and bright,
Now I'm here, a hundred miles in the air,
Amid moonbeams and lightning,
The sky is amazing tonight ....

3.
Be swept into romance, let your heart be won,
Take your chances, love will guide you,
The orchestra is tuned, the symphony's begun,
Listen to the one inside you,
Say your last good-byes and step into the night,
Let out your wingspan and tell them all you'll write - oh,



Dance into the night, surrender to the moon,
Sing for all the times, and
Watch your roses bloom ...........

Catch a falling star and never lose your way .........

Again
Again
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Lyrics Eve Rantzer Music Eve Rantzer
Producer Daoud Shaw, Eve Rantzer Publisher Rantzer Publishing/BMI
Performance WXPN-FM Philadelphia Label Rantmuse Productions
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