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Forever. Yours.

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(@anonymous)
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Forever. Yours.

This lonely day has turned into night,
I feel my heart explode in my chest.
One bitter tear sparks in my eye,
The soul behind it knows no rest.
The light of one more candle is gone,
Reality is scaring my hope,
And through the night I'll be all alone...
But I will keep the promise. I'll cope.

The night. The day.
The miles. Away.
The waiting. Hard.
So frail. Apart.
The dusk. The dawn.
Afraid. Uknown.
Still lost. No way.
Alone. Again.

But everything we're going through
Is bound to leave a mark on my heart.
This mark will bind our lives, me and you.
Tomorrow will be a new start.
I'll shield you from the sword of your fate,
And, bleeding, I will fight for you, still.
The one it took you long to create
Will heal you by one movement of will.

Your eyes. The light.
Arms broken. Fight.
My heart. My hand.
Love. Till the end.
The promise. Here.
With you. No fear.
New ways. New doors.
Forever. Yours.


   
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(@coleclark)
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i like your songs, do you have music for them? or just write?


   
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(@anonymous)
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Unfortunately I don't have music for them yet, I would be glad if I found someone to collaborate with on this matter.


   
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(@coleclark)
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so do you just write the words with no vocal line in mind, or flow of the song? or do you have vocals with no music?
i find when the words come before the music it normally makes a better songs but its so much easier to put words to music than the other way around.


   
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(@anonymous)
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Most of the time I write lyrics with a vocal line in mind, and personally, I think it's easier to compose first lyrics, then music... but I'm more of a lyricist, and to turn my lyrics to songs I will need collaboration with someone who specializes on composing music.


   
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