Moonchild

Moonchild

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Pop - Alternative | Houston, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 176   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

34

Song Description

Taking a late-night drive to help me think. Trying to figure out why I was so careless with such a good relationship, and hoping there's a way I can make things right again.

Story Behind the Song

Long drives always help me think - especially at night. And I've made a fair share of dumb mistakes in my time to mull over on those drives. So I simply decided to set a familiar experience to music.

Lyrics

Amber Eyes

by: Andrew Dasani
Verse I

It?s three o?clock in the morning
It?s warm outside
It?s time to do a little thinking,
Time to take a little drive
The moon?s half empty
It?s a mirror of my life.

It?s been a long, hot summer
It?s been a long, hard year
I?ve got my feet on the throttle
But I just can?t seem to steer

Chorus

There was a time when I was knowing
you?d take me there
Intoxicated by the sweetness of your lips,
Your long black hair
To gaze again into your amber eyes,
I?d go anywhere

Verse II

So now I?m moving on the highway
Stars passing by
I know I?ve made a few mistakes
But, baby there?s no need to cry
You know I never meant to hurt you
So dry those amber eyes

Verse III

The stars are fading into morning
And it hits me without warning
That I might not see your amber eyes again
I?ve found myself here at the ocean,
And I?m hoping that you?re open
To the notion that I?ve changed.


Chorus x 2

Song Length
3:20
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Pop - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Restless, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Lost Love, Regret


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Andrew Dasani
Music Credits Andrew Dasani
Producer Credits n/a
Publisher Credits n/a
Performance Credits Andrew Dasani
Label Credits n/a