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Tulips in April ...(original song) ...sung and played by Bethany Sky Whitman

Doug Roossien on February 07, 2013 00:21

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    Thanks to the wonderful Bethany Sky Whitman for agreeing to record my song "Tulips in April"
    She provided all the playing singing and wonderful lead guitar and background
    We may someday try this as a duet ... hope you enjoy

    she is relatively new...but not new to playing writing and singing...but she has some original tracks of her own at ...Bethany Sky Whitman

    lyrics...

    Tulips in April was an early love of mine
    we lived the seasons till the winter killed the vine
    when the snow lay on the ground all the world was chilled
    wishing there were tulips on the hill

    We raced the sunshine...followed raindrops...
    to the sea...
    Loved every minute...we could steal...
    while they were free
    That was then..and if I knew...back then...
    that you would leave....
    I'd anchor your love...deep...within the sea.

    There was silver... in the stars...
    we wished upon...those summer nights,,,
    and gold dust settled softly...
    from that moon's eternal light...
    and the prettiest pink...a rose would know...
    laid petals...on your face...
    but the colors of our love...would fade away...

    Tulips in April was an early love of mine
    we lived the seasons till the winter killed the vine
    then the snow lay on the ground all the world was chilled
    wishing there were tulips on the hill

    Thanks for listening

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