• Artist: David Ullman
  • Title: Half-light
  • Genre: Pop - Adult Contemporary
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic, Dramatic
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Fear, Soul Searching, Struggle Hardship, Being in Love Passion, Optimism, Courage
  • Lyrics: what are we to do / do you think we’ll make it through / all the mileage and misgivings / just me and you / are we falling too fast / into a love that won’t last / this beautiful sunset too must pass / into the halflight / with shining stars, bright / dreaming out loud in the moonlight / do you wish today / do you wish tonight / to fall in lovebefore daylight / does greasy diner food / get you in the mood / is your heart already full can you still make room / cause in the slow-burn of night / this feels so very right / as the space between us closes / day conquers night / but in the halflight / we’ll stay all night / making love by moonlight / i think we mayi think we might / fall in lovebefore daylight / or are you already through with me / is this not what you thought it would be / are you thinking to hell with it all and to hell with me / are you tired are you torn / do you feel like you’ve been dying since before you were born / have you lost love / have you found hope / have you given up the guilt you’ve held so close / but in the halflight / tonight / maybe we two wrongs might get it right / i think we may / i think we might / have fallen in love / in the halflight / two shining stars, bright / living out loud in the moonlight / i think we may / i think we might / have fallen in love tonight
  • Keywords: Bass, Building, Guitar, Heartbreak, Organic
  • Ending type: Build

About David Ullman

David Ullman

Cleveland Heights, OH United States

Photo by Elizabeth Myers

David Ullman is an original singer/songwriter specializing in a moody mix of aggressive folk-rock and intimate, introspective sad-bastard-ballads.

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