Laura Adamowsky

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Pop - Easy Listening | Metuchen, New Jersey, United States
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Member Since: 2016
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Song Description

Evocative ballad; how the power of a single memory, a photograph, a song, a scent can bring you back in time, (or in the case of a person with impaired memory, can bring them to the present, if only for a fleeting moment)

Story Behind the Song

This song was inspired and written as my mother was experiencing the depths of Alzheimer's disease, in and out of touch with reality. A photograph, or a song, or a vivid memory would bring her back. It made me appreciate how important it is to appreciate today, live out my dreams.

Lyrics

There's a place I can go
Where my dreams are etched in stone
And the road that takes me there
Is filled with moments we once shared

When I hear my favorite song playing on the radio
Suddenly, I'm in another place, another time
Where the memories are so sweet
I recall them in my sleep
Like a picture perfect photograph
It's there in what we keep

You never know what the future will hold
So I'll try to live out all my dreams
If I had just one wish
I would give anything
To bring these photographs to life

There's a face, a familiar face
The one I've traced a million times before
Though these lips have lost your name
I still adore you just the same

When a gentle breeze begins whispering in my ear
All at once it comes rushing back to me
Just when I thought I can't recall
I'm remembering best of all
Like a picture perfect photograph
It's there in what we keep

Song Length
3:13
Genres
Pop - General, Pop - Easy Listening
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Peaceful

Subject Matter
Dreams, History, Past

Similar Artist
James Ingram /Luther Vandros
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Laura Adamowsky
Music Credits Laura Adamowsky
Producer Credits Willie Weist
Performance Credits Khy Garner