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This is a song about remembering that we're more than the chaos that fills our lives. 

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LYRICS 

It's not too late. 
Your heart is waiting for you 
to take a breath, take a break, 
and find out who you are. 

It's very clear 
the answer's here in you. 
So, take a breath, take a break, 
and find out who you are. 

You'll find your way back home. 
You'll find you're not alone. 
You'll find your way back home. 
And you'll see that this can be 
what you dreamed it could be. 
Remember to remember, and let go. 

Life is so short. 
It's so important for you 
to take a breath, take a break, 
and find out who you are. 

We never know 
when this little show will be through. 
So take a breath, take a break, 
and find out who you are.

This is a song about a woman who realizes it's time to go. 

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LYRICS 

I don't know what you want from me, 
But I'm starting to see it can't be given. 
If I spend all my life trying to make you happy, 
Well, that's not really livin'. 

Problem is that I've loved you since the day I first saw you, 
But I can't take the pain anymore. 
So I'm packin' up My Blue Suitcase, 
And I'm shufflin' out the door 

You work so hard for your misery, 
It'd be a shame for me to deprive you of it. 
I've known a lot of folks with a lot of sufferin', 
But you're the first I've seen that really seems to love it. 

Problem is that... 

You've got a hole in your self-esteem that I can't begin to fill. 
You've got a rough road 'til you get over that hill. 
Hope you will, but still... 

Misery loves company, but it's a love that's unrequited. 
All I can do with my feeling for you is use all my strength to fight it. 

Problem is that...

Somewhere deep down I knew the day that each of my children were born that I was agreeing to love them unconditionally with full knowledge that they'd one day fly off into the world. 

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LYRICS 

We always knew someday you'd be goin'. 
It comes as part of the package. It's always there lookin' back at you. 
It's not made easier with the knowin'. 
It didn't help me remember to count each day, count each crescent moon. 

How could it come so soon? 
How could you be grown? 
How could you be goin', ready to leave home, to start a life out on your own? 

I still can picture your tiny face. 
So alive and full of the moment. So clear on what was important, too. 
The fearless love of a child's embrace. 
You have so much still to teach me. Your growing up is so inopportune. 

How could it come so soon? 
How could you be grown? 
How could you be goin', ready to leave home, to start a life out on your own? 

My life, the world, is a better place with you in it. 
It's been such a miracle just to watch you grow. 
It's hard to let go. I guess it's natural to cling to it. 
But that's just not how miracles go. 
I should know. 

We know full well we'll see you again. 
And yet the feeling has caught me the child that leaves here will not return. 
A funny mixture of joy and pain. 
I celebrate your becoming. The butterfly must leave her cocoon. 

How could it come so soon? 
How could you be grown? 
How could you be goin', ready to leave home, to start a life out on your own? 

We always knew...

A song about a love that just won't fade, even when separated by time and space.

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LYRICS 

You've been absent from my life for years, 
yet you linger in my mind. 
I can't believe that you won't leave my heart. 

Yet I haven't cried a thousand tears. 
It's not a love of that kind. 
There's just an empty ache that we're apart. 

And I know that it makes no sense. 
But it makes no difference 
Love plays by it's own rules. 
And I know that this is only 
a fool's heart being lonely. 
Well, count me among the fools -- 
one of love's lost and lonely fools. 

So I try a million clever ways 
to think of something else. 
But my heart has seen it all before. 

'Cause it only takes a word, a phrase, 
and I'm lost inside myself. 
With your memory, with your allure. 

And I know...