glen king

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Song Description

A song about Alzheimers.

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Lyrics

Closing Curtains
c. Glen King & Tom Guertin

1st.Verse:
Mama, I'm your first born son
Do you remember my name
Don't worry, if you can't think of it now
I stll love you, just the same
They tell me that you're happy here
Yes, the nurses really rave
How your smile makes the room light up
Even on the worst of days:

Chorus:
Closing Curtains
Are turning day into night
Narrow windows
Slowly shutting out the light
I know that God is whispering in your ear
But, mama. I hope you'll hear
I love you, one more time,
Before you slip behind
Those Closing Curtains.

2nd. Verse:
Mama, it's been twenty years
Since daddy passed away
Believe me, I'd give all I that own
If he could visit you today
They tell me that you sometimes talk
To his picture by your bed
And, there's moments
When you face lights up
Like he's heard
Every word you've said:

Chorus:
Closing Curtains
Are turning day into night
Narrow windows
Slowly shutting out the light
I know that God is whispering in your ear
But, mama. I hope you'll hear
I love you , one more time,
Before you slip behind
Those Closing Curtains.


Bridge:
Even though you're having trouble
Remembering who is who
I promise we're gonna cherish
Every single memory of you:

Chorus:
Closing Curtains
Are turning day into night
Narrow windows
Slowly shutting out the light
I know that God is whispering in your ear
But, mama. I hope you'll hear
I love you , one more time,
Before you slip behind
Those Closing Curtains.




Song Length
4:09
Genre
Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
Existence, Evolution


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits glen king
Music Credits tom guertin