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A soung about reflection
Single - $0.75
Country - Country-Pop
Previous peak charts position #177
Previous peak charts position in subgenre #32
Mark Wayne Glasmire
August 11, 2006
MP3 4.0 MB
128 kbps bitrate
4:25 minutes
Story behind the song
I wrote this on an ariplane flying from Dallas to Denver. It was early in the morning, cold, dark and gloomy. We took off and broke throught the clouds and it was bright and sunny. The words just started flowing.
Scrapbook 1rst Thirty thousand feet above Flying west clouds below Looking like a frozen field An Arctic home of virgin snow Chorus As my mind begins to drift Back into another time I can’t help but reminisce And turn a page In the scrapbook of my mind 2nd Looking back on all the dreams I planned to try now left behind Always thought there’d come a day They’d all work out in their own time Chorus Faded memories of the past Picture postcard marred with lines Always thought those dreams would last I guess they did In the scrapbook of my mind Musical interlude and solo 3rd How did all this time go by Where’d it go, where was I It started like a summer’s day Long and warm with deep blue sky Now the days just go too fast It seems so hard to find the time The stage is set, the dye is cast Can’t change a page In the scrapbook of my mind Words and Music by Mark Wayne Glasmire, ASCAP Traceway Music, ASCAP, 2002 mwg03@comcast.net
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