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Loving Land

Pop/Rock

© 1998, 2000

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I have a great deal of trouble navigating relationships. Being a very creative individual I am more inclined to make-up the way things are instead of simply understanding that which is in front of me. I really have to look out for the road-signs of and in life.

The song details some of those road-signs of our life together. I characterize our life as a loving land. Within our land I look to the eyes, the hands, a laugh, or a smile to figure out how I am doing.

I tried to make the song like our loving land. Steady, calm, and soothing. The use of the tonic to the relative minor chord can be and has been used to convey sadness or tragedy. I tried to achieve a different result. More of a state or environment. A calm reflection of a very good thing in my life.

Loving arms
Loving hands
We walk along
Over life's sands.

Loving eyes
Loving touch
You're the one
That I love so much.

Refrain:
We walk along
Hand in hand
We walk along
In our loving land

Additional Verses:
The day is long
The time seems few
I get a chance to be
Alone with you.

I call you up
And you say let's meet
Be alone together
Down on the street (refrain)

Down this road of life
I run
Never seem to feel
That my work is done.

I know my strength
Is loving you
And that's exactly
What I'm going to do (refrain)

See you laugh
See you smile
See you
Loving me awhile.

Goes so deep
Inside of me
Where it ends
I just can't see (refrain)

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