ZEITGEIST WALLS

WHO MIGHT LIKE THIS SONG?

Fans of Mysterious Thought-Provoking Sounds and Music.

ABOUT THE SONG:

This song was an off shoot of "Like Walls Around Your Heart".  In fact, is was originally called, "Like Walls Around OUR Hearts"!  It started out as just a slower tempo version of the main left and right rhythm electric guitars that were on "Like Walls Around Your Heart".

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AUDIO CLIP:

 

 

 

 

 

INSTRUMENTS USED:

Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar, Gibson 335 Electric Guitar, Various Synth, String and Piano Settings​ via Logic, AT2020 Vocal Microphone, Various Drum Kit Percussion, Fender Jazz Bass.

VIDEO:

Coming Soon!  Check back from time to time.

ARTISTS WHO PROVIDED INSPIRATION FOR THIS SONG:

Eric Johnson.  The magical music of the cosmos.

LYRICS:

LYRICS & MUSIC:  PHILIP MATTHEW KOMINSKI

(c) 2020 Phil Kominski Music

 

There’s a star for each of us

In the sky tonight

I breathe in the autumn air

And walk a little while

 

Remember when we shared this dream together?

Clicking off the miles?

And now the rust grows, beneath the cobwebs

But always in my mind…

 

Those nights, we painted the sky

With words and measures, gone forever, now.

That light that shined so bright

Is it out forever?  Gone forever, and

Those nights we’d reach for the stars,

Just waving blindly, it’s all behind me now.

That light that shined so bright,

It still burns forever if only inside my mind.

 

And every heart we could have touched

Is more alone tonight.

I guess we lost that part in us

That kicked in overdrive, yeah

 

I wish we could have put our thoughts together

Before our mouths grew wide.

But it’s just another lost ship, headed for shipwreck

Just another fairytale pipe dream reject.

 

Those nights, we painted the sky

Eith words and measures, gone forever, now.

That light that shined so bright

Is it out forever?  Gone forever, and

Those nights we’d reach for the stars,

Just waving blindly, it’s all behind me now.

That light that shined so bright,

It still burns forever if only inside my mind.

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