Songwriting, The Song Well, Tunesday

Tunesday: Oct 20th: Curtain Won’t Quite Close

Every Tunesday I post a boldly imperfect, one-take song draft of a song. This was written from a prompt offered on July 10th, “Morse Code” (You can receive a new prompt every Friday in time for Happy Hour by signing up here).

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Footsteps tap along the road
Dots & dashes of morse code
Silver quarters in a jar
Now I’m wondering where you are

Smoke signs burnt into the air
A last goodbye, well thee fair
Ash that echoes from afar
Now I’m wondering where you are

Our neighbors sleep beneath their stones
Someday I’ll be one of those
Driven home in a long black car
Will I meet you where you are?

A call out on your radio
To dads we never really know
W1HFR
Now I’m wondering where you are

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