by Dana Lee Hom

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Words and Music by Dana Lee Hom
Produced by Eduardo Muniz
Mixed and Mastered by Claudio Ramirez


You were the prelude to my autumn.
I learned the lyrics to your winter song.
You were the guitar that strung April into May,
The weight of morning rain so heavy where we laid.

You were the soundtrack of my winter.
The longest song that I have ever learned.
And I listened close to catch the hiccups of your heart,
I wish for nothing but to stay steady where you are.

And I will wake you up to tell you you're the only love big enough to alter where I thought I was.
And I will beat the sun to watch you lift your eyes awake.
But will you stay?

Will you take my body, take my body?
Take my body, take my body.

I've heard that words can burn the meaning of a moment.
But I yearn for words to write you permanent.
For something tangible to hold when you are gone~
No living, loving thing intends on ever getting lost.

The edges of the earth uncurl to jolt my heart awake.
You could make my world blur with the words you'll never say.
You paint him black, you paint him faded in my head~
No living, loving thing admits the lovers we forget.

Chorus x2

Silver moons toy with the tide.
I loved you four oceans wide.
And will you, will you, will you?
Will you, will you, will you?

Chorus x3


released November 3, 2014
Words and Music by Dana Lee Hom Copyright 2014
Produced by Eduardo Muniz
Mixed and Mastered by Claudio Ramirez



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Dana Lee Hom Boston, Massachusetts

Dana Lee Hom is a singer-songwriter based in New York, NY. Her debut album "Almost Gone" released on June 6th, 2013. Her latest single "Body" is now available for free download.

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