Light Years

That feel when your relationship is falling apart. The emptiness, the frustration, the glimmers of hope, the bittersweet end, the lingering regret. I wrote this song after the end of one of my first relationships. I was very immature and inexperienced and, typical of me, instead of accepting reality, I tried forcing things to work the way I wanted them to. Diamonds are made under pressure but, given enough force, anything will break. And so it did.
Lyrics:

Drunk as hell this night on the stereo
Place your hands in mine, so very old
And breathe the silence there to be won
And in the night affairs to be done

I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me over my head

Hope might hold this house on the merry-go
Place your hands in mine, so very cold
Light years away from me
And god why can’t you see?

I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me
I’m waiting for a lifeline to hold me over my head

Hold my father’s soul and I lost it all
Breathe the Surrey snow and I gotta go
Light years away from me
And god why can’t you see?
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