Prodigal Daughter

Song Length 3:49 Genre Folk - Americana
Tempo Medium (111 - 130) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Language English Era 2000 and later


Prodigal Daughter
©2017 Greg Lambert

You were appointed
To govern a land
A steward of hearts
And willing hands

Blessed with a people
Finding their way
A dream and a promise
Gone astray


There's a beacon that shines
In the still of the night
A figure that stands for what's right

A torch in her hand
Standing all alone
Prodigal daughter
Come home

You were appointed
To welcome the poor
Waiting and standing
At your door

You turn a blind eye
As their numbers recede
Crossing the border
Of want and need


Excellent guitar tracks mix and interplay and chording. I quite liked the minor key progression which worked very well with the lyric theme, but did not distract from the optimistic spirit of this piece. Nice harmony track. I really enjoyed this song; I had to listen to it multiple times.

A very nice straight forward western flavored tribute. Presented in a clean clear recording to get the message across

Here's a song about the statue of Liberty. She holds out her torch and bids the prodigal daughter to come home. The lyrics grab the listener and instill thoughtfulness about an icon of American culture and history. Great guitar work, clear delivery. How many songs have been written about Lady Liberty? I like it!

Wonderful song.....very profound message, delivered with a lot of passion!! Some wonderful, inspiring lyrics, and the melody and vocal support it beautifully! I think you pretty much nailed it with this song!!

message is well placed...
She's a beautiful statue!

Lyrics Greg Lambert Music Greg Lambert
Producer Railroad Trax Productions Publisher Famous Faces Music
Performance Phillip Moore Label Sunday Best Records
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