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'Red Moon' by Rebecca Leach

Rebecca Leach on December 20, 2013 11:41

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    Songwriting: Rebecca Leach & Tom Crosley-Thorne - Copyright 2013
    Recording, production and mastering by Rebecca Leach

    Vocals: Rebecca Leach
    Harmonies: Tom Crosley-Thorne & Sarah Doe
    Acoustic Guitar: Tom Crosley-Thorne
    Nashville Guitar: Tom Crosley-Thorne
    Piano: Rebecca Leach
    Bass Guitar: Chris Blanden
    Drums: Josh Clark

    Lyrics:
    Oh the red moon climbs,
    Over the city line,
    I can name the constellations.
    When you called me last,
    We were lovers in the past,
    I can feel my heart is breaking.

    So I heard you’re home,
    Nothing’s changed I hope,
    Could you love like you loved before?
    If you came to see,
    What you mean to me,
    You would never walk out the door.

    Oh the red moon fades,
    In a sky of amber rain,
    I could swear I left it all behind.
    And the last three words,
    Felt like the first I ever heard,
    I can’t seem to get them out of my mind.

    So I heard you’re home,
    Nothing’s changed I hope,
    Could you love like you loved before?
    If you came to see,
    What you mean to me,
    You would never walk out the door.

    If you stay,
    If you stay you’ll be wishing you’d walked away,
    And if I can’t hold you down,
    I won’t hold you down.
    And you know,
    And you know that if ever you call my name,
    If ever you call my name,
    I won’t let you down,
    I won’t let you down.

    So I heard you’re home,
    Nothing’s changed I hope,
    Could you love like you loved before?
    If you came to see,
    What you mean to me,
    You would never walk out the door.

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