Autumn Leaves Us

by admin on November 21, 2013

At the beginning of this project, in January, I was uncertain of how it will all evolve. Whether I’ll be able to keep on the constant creativity through out the ¥ear, time will tell!

‘wait till we get to October, not sure what I’ll be writing about then’ I wrote.

Well, October cåme and went & one more new song has emerged from beneath the golden åutumn leaves & joined it’s siblings from The Year & Now venture.

It seems that the more one creates, the more ideas one gets.

They say Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons put together.

The bittersweet autumn air – crisp & sharp, reminds me of the saying: “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower” (Albert Camus)

– Though these days, I really do wonder what will fall on our doorstep first, the åutumn leaf or Christmas catalogue…

A great deal of you suggested to put all these songs into one album, and so it will be.
From next week I’ll be embarking on a new path. To raise funds with the åim to wrap all these monthly songs together as The Year & Now ålbum.

More information & links will arrive very soon. Thank you for all the support & åppreciation.

Much Love,

Hadar x

* Of all the seasons, autumn offers the most to man and requires the least of him. ~Hal Borland

October Song Lyrics

Verse1:
The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder and I can see the worry in your eyes.

They say a storm is coming outside the wind is howling tarnishing those red October skies.

Bridge:

But luck will always change, we’ll get a better hand, I promise I’ll make it all alright

Chorus:

So lets stay inside tonight, forget all the things we can’t put right,

I’ll nestle in your arms just like before.

At bedtime we’ll watch our son and remember that we are the lucky one’s

Sometimes life is like a revolving door

If you miss one chance you’ll come around once more.

Verse2:

So many words unspoken, communication broken and I’m gambling with the money we don’t have.

So hard to keep a smile on when so much is left unknown, seems to be the story of our lives.

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