Just Beginning

Published by Dominic Bennett

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Just wrote this in one quick sitting, Monday, March 28th, 2016, then recorded it that evening. So it's as new as it can be. Not sure what compelled me to get it up here so immediately, but here it is, for what it is. Lyrics: At night, when I'm lonely, I recall my last dream A woman, dark, soft skin, so mesmerizing I knew of her love like I knew of myself I knew it was real, like I knew nothin' else Drive down past the old house of my old best friends We were laughin' and walkin', and walkin' again Was there that I learned all my life, couldn't hide Was there I first saw a beautiful bride And now as we're grown and we don't stay in touch I wonder if any of 'em still stay in love And now at the point, all the mountains spread out The wind's same old rage, and my heart's same old doubt I'm ready to drive out into desert skies I'm ready to wave this old mountain goodbye So I read in my car 'til the setting of sun Forges its trail, and the shadows become The night's opened wide like the hunger of God The law of the seas by the sharp iron rod The passionless masses, they pointed and waved At a passing balloon, spoke a quotable phrase: "The whole world is watching" (to be trod underfoot) The whole world is wading through the ash and the soot You stand up too tall and you'll be hammered down You stay down too low, you'll end up underground The one who does win is the one who don't think Of the world above just beginning to sink At night, when I'm lonely, I recall my last dream A woman, dark, soft skin, so mesmerizing I knew of her love like I knew of myself I knew it was real like I knew nothin' else #audio #Folk #Dominic #Bennett #Singersongwriter #Classical #2016

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