Wishing For the Sun
Ft. Michael Stinton on saxophone
Peak: #133 (151,361 songs currently in Acoustic)
Peak in sub-genre: #31 (20,762 songs currently in Acoustic Rock)
February 24, 2012
MP3 5.1 MB, bitrate 160 kbps.
Brett DuBose © 2004
It’s snowing outside both our doorsteps tonight.
I can’t help but try, I’m chasing cyclones inside.
And another lonely day wakes me to realize that I might just have a chance
To ease my mind and my broken heart with lightning from your glance.
But tomorrow comes, and yesterday’s gone
And your angel memory makes me think you could me my own,
But there’s nothing left but hope’s waking breath
And your angel memory I turned to a song:
I’m wishing for the sun.
I just want to be noticed, and I just want you there
When I’m losing focus between the heartache and the care.
But this time I won’t let myself climb into another scared little hole.
I’ve spent too many lonely nights with no one like you there to hold.
And when this is all said and done I’ll be right back on my pity train,
Or this time the spring time will back with more than black clouds and the rain.