• Artist: Jason Spooner
  • Title: Hover
  • Genre: Folk, Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Strings, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Storytelling, Broken-Hearted, Struggle Hardship, Regret
  • Lyric hook: We can look away from this disaster, if I caught my conscience in thirds, watch the red sun sink faster, it hovers like murdering words
  • Lyrics: Darkness falls Shadows discover the length of the walls This time I'll do it for me This time you'll be who I want you to be But I can remember the things that you wrote Lost if the folds of your deep overcoat Driven by whiskey and dreams Somehow your all the more beautiful now, it seems It seems, it seems, it seems We can look away from this disaster if I cut my conscience in thirds Watch the red sun sinking faster It hovers like murder and words Murder and words Dance with me Oh and show me the man that you'll never be Around in your juniper eyes Safe from the faces beyond your disguise And we can pretend that it's all still the same The sacred beginnings and what we became Free from your cages I've flown Into the sun, away from the days we've known We've known, we've known, we've known We can look away from this disaster if I cut my conscience in thirds Watch the red sun sinking faster It hovers like murder and words Murder and words... You are all that I need in this place where we breathe together You are all that I need in this place where we bleed together Gone like gold Gone like the sunlight the evening won't hold Back to my home in the night Silent as shadow that stays out of site But I see your face in the corners of dreams whispering phrases that float in between the sounds of your breath and my mind I pray you'll always remember us in good times
  • Keywords: sad, simple, Bass, Organic
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Jason Spooner

Jason Spooner

Portland, ME United States

Live at the Falcon Ridge Festival

The ingredients behind northern New England’s Jason Spooner Trio
read like a bizarre musical science experiment. Start with a prolific,
singer/songwriter (Jason Spooner) with heavy roots, folk & blues
influences. Then mix in a classicly-trained bassist (Adam Frederick)
with foundations in jazz and a knack for serious pocket grooves. Lastly,
shake things up with a rock-solid drummer (Reed Chambers) with
deep-seeded roots in funk, soul & reggae and you’ve begun to scratch
the surface of ...

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