This song's inspired by the image tale by OnLy_aMy called 'Letting Go'. And while I find it quite difficult to stay in context with the songs I write, I think the main idea behind it is a reluctance to continue life after loss/separation because of a person's idea of a perfect story. And almost every aspect of life afterwards is a reminder of the metaphorical glow generated from the two within the perfect story.
But that's just my take on the song and the image combined.
Anyway, it's a nice assortment of images.
I think my mic's gone bust, which is why I can't seem to mix it so that the background noise is completely gone, but if anyone can, lovely.
Lyrics Tell me a story I haven't heard before, Tell me a story I will remember, Show me there's a life I can wait for, But I hope I don't have to wait too long, even though you know I would, I hope you'll grow with me, And ever so elegantly, But soon when words run out, I can only hope you won't run too, Tell me you'll be sorry when its over, (Don't you lie to me) Keep me on the right side of the good books, I hope that we'll glow, With a light so bright yellow, And soon when light runs out, I can only hope you won't run too, I hope you'll grow with me, And ever so delicately, But soon when words run out, I can only hope you make the choice, I hope to hell you won't run too.
Tempo=150, but varies.
Stems in results.