Peter S. Quinn


Will There Ever Be a Moment (#25 from my musical, Lyrics...)


Will there ever be a moment to weep,
Our thoughts lost in space?
For I have loved you immensely deep,
But then came fate’s turning ways.

How profound is your feeling right now?
And could I just touch it, once more;
We all drift away somehow,
And nothing of the heart is for sure.

Will there ever be another song?
That's quite like this, - with feelings plays;
For love is suppose to grow,
But then came fate’s turning ways.

The depth of the sea is there,
When affectionate eyes again meet;
And everything starts inside here,
Until again the heart is an empty street.

Will there ever be a moment for,
Past times, the good old days;
For I still love you ever more,
But then came fate’s turning ways.


(The songs are available at my site at SibeliusMusic)

Submitted: Friday, May 04, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 21, 2011

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