• Artist: Amanda Thorpe
  • Title: Catching The Light
  • Genre: Easy Listening
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Strings, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/8/2013
  • Lyric themes: Friendship, Sentimental, Communication, Longing
  • Lyrics: Taking your time choosing words Strangers to find out what friends once were Flowers on the table are looking worse for wear Pouring the coffee, spill your sole And some how I keep on walking, With my eyes nearly blind, but I wont ever rest Until you find What you need in this world is an end to the fight, take the strength that is leftin my arms To catch the light Footprints behind me in the snow Darkness comes early the winter sun is low Stumbling forward, I stop to catch my breath There’s beauty when nothing lets you find what’s left Yes I know I’m still holding, yes I’m waiting for you I would walk until sunrise, if you needed me too As I walk through the park, like I’ve never been here before And the saffron sheets ripple in the wind The lights come on around the park, I’m tracing circles in the snow People seem to disappear, but I don’t mind, I know the lights Will show me where to go Cause I am still holding, yes I’m waiting for you I would walk until sunrise if you need me to As I walk through the park like I’ve never been here before And the saffron sheets ripple in the wind Catching the light
  • Keywords: romantic, gentle, sexy, Bass, Brass, Contemporary Piano

About Amanda Thorpe

Amanda Thorpe's work has won her an enviable reputation for emotionally forthright performances and organically intimate, effortlessly accessible songcraft. With Promenade, her most recent collection of songs, the English-born, New York-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist raises the stakes again to take on a new set of creative challenges, and emerges with her most inspired and accomplished music yet.

Such musically and emotionally resonant new tunes as "Monica Says," "Bar Tabac," "Waking Up In Brooklyn" and "Goodbye" exemplify Thorpe's moody ...

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