Mark Dennison

Mark Dennison

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Pop - General | Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

my discussion with a friend about whether GOD exists

Lyrics

Vital by M. Dennison

And everyday my life goes by without you and the night is so?..
Born in the sun we have just begun living
now don?t you want to be smiling and running
A child?s hunger fed so basic and inbred
You know beliefs can be strong
Losing your way now don?t you want to belong
Leave your agony when your dust
you can?t believe it but you must

it?s Vital it?s vital to me
oh so Vital , vital can?t you see?

the night slips away and the morning will come for you
and everyday is so vital ?

Your Vital - your Vital to me, yeah
Now don?t you know your vital, vital can?t ya see?

I listen to your words but all I really heard is drowning under a sea of grief
Always pulling you down, waves gushing fear around
You start to kick and splash and wanta scream
Nowhere to go but down in the tow, with everything you?ve always wanted to be
Seems so impossible, through the tears you cry
And then you know all those years went by, when life was a lie
without you and the night was so?.

Vital? vital to me
Oh so vital?. so vital can?t ya see?

And everyday, my time slips away,
without you and the nights are so?

Song Length
4:14
Genre
Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Relaxed

Subject Matter
Philosophy

Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

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