Rosetta Pebble

Rosetta Pebble

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Pop - Rock | Detroit, Michigan, United States
Total Song Plays: 328   
Member Since: 2006
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Lyrics

Deeper Water

Beside the shore, with all her pictures from before
She scatters them among the stars
They float along like words that sail upon a song
Then fade to blue for evermore

She sees the round moon rise both in the sea and in the sky
As full as Sorrow?s favorite daughter
And as the daylight dies, and evening softens in her eyes
She?s back where all goodbyes have brought her
Watching, waiting, holding on
Having lived enough to know

That there is deeper water there?

Across the bay, he leaves his canvas for the day, another sunset standing still
He wants to make it shine like that bright ball on the horizon line
That sinks and brings him down with it until

He sees the round moon rise both in the sea and in the sky
As full as Sorrow?s favorite son
Walking on he tries, but walking on cannot disguise
That another night has just begun
Watching, waiting, holding on, having lived enough to know
That there is deeper water there?

Along the way, two people closing out the day
A smile can be the sweetest stranger
They see the round moon rise

Song Length
5:09
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Lyric Credits Eric Frakes
Music Credits Eric Frakes
Producer Credits Tim Brickley
Publisher Credits Eric Frakes and Steven Gulian
Performance Credits Rosetta Pebble
Label Credits Ironwood/Pebbletones