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Starlit Sky

from stars from a sidecar by Ed Muirhead

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In a previous job I heard from a colleague that her friend had committed suicide after losing someone she loved. The story stuck with me for a while, and eventually inspired this song. It's about loss and darkness and dealing with those. There's an early demo from #funadayDundee a few years back: soundcloud.com/edsings/starlit-sky


The moon shines bright in a starlit sky.
It's dark tonight and I wonder why
I still see your face in the darkest places,
Will I see your face again?

I heard today you're gone for good
It got too much for you.
I can't believe you're gone for good,
I thought you'd make it through.

The moonlight fades and the stars go dull.
The price I've paid doesn't hurt until
I can see your face in the darkest places,
Can I see your face again?

I guess the shock was too much dear,
You lost the one you loved.
We used to be such good friends dear,
My angel from above.

The moon has gone and I cannot see,
The night is done and I can't believe
I still see your face in the darkest places
Will I see your face again?

Falling stars in our dark sky
Are but tears from the eyes
Of one who's gone before.


from stars from a sidecar, released October 24, 2019
Ed: vocals, piano, organ, drums, guitars, bass




Ed Muirhead Dundee

old-fashioned songwriting, new-fashioned roots, folk songs & tunes.

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