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I still hear your name

from Signs for the lost and clueless by Jonathan Care



Come with me to the land of love, bitterness and disenchantment. La Belle France, where the women are beautiful and free and the men are... (shrug).

(Note: Also works for Connecticut)



In the dark, of the night,
And in the depths of winter’s plight
There’s no rain or snow outside,
But there’s no warmth inside of me
My heart’s so dry and cold
Today, my eyes are feeling old,
Memories of parisian streets
At midnight, walking wild and free

And I, still hear your name
The memories, so bittersweet are still the same
Walking through the city streets
Our faces slick with rain
Your name still echoes, the bliss is mixed with drops of pain

We let our demons draw our our blood,
And reign them in, well we knew we should,
But pride and fear, they ruled our lives,
And jealousy cuts, sharp as knives
And in the last disaster’s call,
Our loneliness made fools of us all,
And still I wonder late at night, what might have happened
If we’d just learned not to fight.






from Signs for the lost and clueless, released July 24, 2021


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Jonathan Care is an independent composer and songwriter and produces tracks for film/TV productions as well as streaming works. His ambition is to cook italian food for Chris Rea.

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