Alexander Glenfield – Late Bloomer

Alexander Glenfield – Late Bloomer

Ajoutée le 14 févr. 2016

Full album available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Google Play, and all other digital distributors. Click SHOW MORE for links. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the… https://play.spotify.com/artist/4WUdp… Brenda Spielmann Photography http://www.brendaspielmann.com/index2… LATE BLOOMER They don’t give you a second look Because they never gave you one These profoundly saddened people can’t look up From their disembodied handheld fun You can only pretend you’re happy for so long But I’d be happy to happen to you You’re no social butterfly, you’re more of a social moth Who flies around the bright lights in a room Late bloomer Stays blooming When all the rest are falling Looking through your reflection in the window pane At the cover of a fashion magazine You’re the only real beauty that remains And you’ll feel it in your skin when you take your eye off the screen You never came into your body, just breathing along But what you see is what you give You can seek me out with time to kill Until you find the guts to seek me out with time to live Late bloomer Stays blooming When all the rest are falling Don’t let them write their words upon you As a name is made to weaken a thing You’re a limitless attraction playing Cat’s Cradle With that world you’ve got on your string You’re a bliss almighty waking up To make nothing more than a waiting room of cloud number nine And if I miss a day with you I take the form of a walking chalk outline Late bloomer Stays blooming When all the rest are falling

Author: tranquanghai1944

Ethnomusicologist, composer and vietnamese traditional musician

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