Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson

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Pop - Rock | Davis, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 760   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: 9/18/2019

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Song Description

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Story Behind the Song

Inspired by the lonely, bluesy sound of the trumpet.

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Excellent song. It should definitely meet the criteria for SEVERAL of the opportunities presented on this site. It is smooth, the arrangement is great, and the instrumentation couldn't be better. The piano is great. The horn is wonderful.

    - MCarollShaw

Wow this is really weird, you reviewed one of my songs so I went to check out your page and picked me and the moon to listen to as an example of your music, then cam over to review music and picked Jazz genre to review and hit play and it was the same song, What a weird coincidence
GREAT SONG

    - Barry Osbourn
Lyrics

ME AND THE MOON

I'm alone in the darkness
I'm alone on the street
In this city of strangers
That I never will meet

These first days of November
Bring that ominous chill
That cold isolation
That strangles the will

That conjures the feeling of lost and alone
A tender heart in this city of stone
It seems my only friend now is that cold, silver balloon
Oh tonight, it's just me and the moon

Once there was light
In this dreary place
The sun shone bright
On her beautiful face
Those eyes, those lips
Those days were eclipsed much too soon

I'm alone in the darkness
I'm adrift on the sea
I'm consumed by the hunger
For some warm company

I don't know where she is now
Probably far, far away
On some tropical island
Where the tall palm trees sway

And the scent of her perfume is locked in my brain
The sweetest mixture of pleasure and pain
Once we danced closely to some sweet lover's tune
But tonight, its just me and the moon
Oh tonight, it's just me.......me and the moon

Song Length
4:24
Genres
Jazz - Contemporary, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Gloomy, Passive

Subject Matter
Sorrow, Heartbreak

Similar Artist
Sting
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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