Moonchild

Moonchild

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Pop - Alternative | Houston, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 176   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

28

Song Description

Still think it's pretty self-explanitory. But basically about being dissatisfied with your situation. Looking around, and back at decisions you've made, or opportunities missed. About someone taking a look at his life and deciding that there is more for him to be. That he IS more than the pattern of his past. And that he has decided (maybe even again) to rebel against the life of mediocrity that so many of us reluctantly fall captive to. So yes, it is meant to be a song not of regret, but of reflection, and mostly of resolute hope. I hope that comes through. And I hope you can relate to, or at least enjoy it.

Story Behind the Song

I've been there. No, I AM there. But thankfully there's at least a lot of good company. ;^)

Lyrics


Like a Thief

Chorus

Born... like a thief in the night,
I?ve been slipping through life...
Without a sound.
But, no!
With just one life to live,
It?s no good just to give... it all away!

Verse I

And though I?m walking in the dark,
I know you will light my way
And help me see into my heart...
That darkest place
?Cause it?s cold there, and I?m lost,
And lonely.
Won?t you let me see your face?

Repeat Chorus

Instrumental Break

Verse II

And there have been dreams that slipped away
There were words I meant to say
And days I should have searched for you
(That) I spent sleeping
But, now it?s cold here, and I?m lost
And lonely
Won?t you let me see your face?

Repeat Chorus

End

(c) 2004 Andrew Garcia

Song Length
3:44
Genres
Pop - Alternative, Pop - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Restless

Subject Matter
Frustration, Determination


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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