View single post by RainbowKeeper
 Posted: Sun Mar 22nd, 2020 02:07 pm
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Joined: Fri Feb 14th, 2020
Location: Germany
Posts: 466
Hey there,

I know most are afraid and most of you can’t hear it anymore. If that’s so just don’t read this piece. I had to write it after walking around yesterday evening and I was kind of smashed by the damn silence around me.
So I started thinking, my brain started working...
It’s not the best I have ever written but somehow it was more like „a therapy process“ to write it and doing this I put my mind in order again and became aware of my fears.
If you read it, feel free to comment.

I hope all of you stay happy and healthy!


A cold wind howls through empty streets A‘
The first sunbeams awake the spring
But this year no one seems to care
The birds have not returned to sing
There is no one at the market place
And there are closed shops everywhere
All this silence seems so heavy
As heavy as this poisoned air

For some it wasn’t serious A+
And for some it was just too late
Ignorance always finds its way
Thinking people exaggerate
Now humans are hiding inside
All wondering how they may survive
They try to fight their enemy
Not knowing how they may revive

We are not invincible B
But we think we’ll always win
We are not unstoppable
The bridge we cross is narrow and thin
We are not invincible
There’s a punishment for every sin
Look at the ghost town you’re livin‘ in

May we make it through this C
And fight the invisible
May we make it through this
And may we learn a thing or two
May we make it through this
And fight the invisible
May we all understand
What truly is life’s greatest bliss

How shall we handle all of this? A*
This is a serious affair
All this silence is so heavy
As heavy as our poisoned air

© by Ian P.
Words by Ian P.
for: Valentine+B

Last edited on Tue Mar 24th, 2020 12:40 am by RainbowKeeper

Hey y’all !
Im new here and tryin to figure out how this forum works!
Interested in convos about good music and specially about songwriting, lyrics and ideas. All my stuff is protected! copyright by FabIan Peters

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