Driving Music

09. Strangers in a While

Driving Music – Strangers in a While by Driving Music

The urgency of every passing wink
Flashes like a miracle
Inflated with these tedious memories
The present flies away
You say you feel like I’m the holder of
the dying art of remembering
But no matter what we do
You know we’re bound to be

Strangers in a while, until I see you once again
Strangers in a while, and meet for the first time once again

I keep shelter in the years
And see you shake’em like a tambourine
And make this growing intimacy
reason to start again
with all that we should laugh about but
seem to take so seriously
and the certainty that we
will soon regret to be

Strangers in a while, until you wake me up again
Strangers in a while, and meet for the first time once again

(Sing)

Pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-ra
Pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-ra
Pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-ra
Pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-pa-pa-ra-pa-pa-ra-ra-ra

All that urgency
Leads us to believe
Every day is like
The day we first met
All that intimacy
Raising through the years
This sinking feeling
That we’ve just first met

. “Stop!” by Clarissa de Oliveira.

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