Willow Morning

Willow Morning

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Folk - Contemporary | Ohio, United States
Total Song Plays: 42   
Member Since: 2010
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Song Description

Realization of the loneliness felt in the lives of people in medical isolation. Wishing for them peace in their passing and happiness in the end.

Story Behind the Song

This song was written after visiting an AIDS patient at an Atlanta hospital. I was struck by the lack of human interaction that occurred during our visit. The only link to the outside world for him was his tv. The loneliness that was in that stark room was unbelievable.

Lyrics

You sit in your room, day after day
The silence is broken only when you breathe
Time passes by, little change in routine
Your visitors are only on T.V.

Will you walk in the sunshine again
Will you feel the warmth of another's love
Will the world around you ever understand
Will you travel to the Light all alone.


Forced isolation, like an ace without a deuce
Living a game of solitaire,
Will the next card bring a miracle, or just another day
This game you'll try hard not to lose.

Walk in peace though few may walk beside you,
Walk in peace though grey your days may be,
Walk in peace as you pass into tomorrow,
Don't take with you the sorrow, walk in peace.
Please don't take with you the sorrow, walk in peace
Walk in peace,
Walk in peace. (spoken)

Associated Videos

Video - Walk In Peace
Walk In Peace

Walk In Peace by Ty Chanson from the band, Willow Morning. Filmed live in front of an audience, Greenwich Groove, Walnut Hills, Ohio September 28, 2010 Host Tracy Walker Willow Morning Featuring Ty Chanson, vocalist and 12-string guitar, Jamie Fota, vocalist and Marcia Gallas on drums

Song Length
3:20
Genre
Folk - General
Moods
Peaceful, Serene

Subject Matter
Encouragement, Hope


Language
English

Lyric Credits Ty Chanson
Music Credits Ty Chanson