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DOC WALTZ: Music

L.A. Sky (Unmixed)

(DOC WALTZ)
June 30, 2009
Music and Lyrics by Doc Waltz
Doc has not provided a back story for this song.

This unmixed version features Doc’s lead vocal and acoustic guitar, Nate Pratt on piano, and harmonies by Doc and Tom Bishel.

Currently being recorded.
Why’d the sky, lose it’s blue,
the day that I, lost hold of you.
You were mine, I set you free,
This L.A. sky, now cries for me.

You took flight, following dreams,
I lost sight, of everything.
No need to cry, for you see,
This L.A. sky, now cries for me.

(CHORUS)
You turned into the wind,
with a song you said was mine.
And you carried it my friend,
t’ward a sun that would not shine.
Now your voice is in my head,
And it’s singing to my heart.
L.A. tears are being shed,
and the day is growing dark.

~Break~

(CHORUS)
You dreamed of gettin’ famous,
In the neon down the hill.
I preferred just keepin' nameless,
And I know I always will.
Now your voice is in my head,
And it’s singing to my heart.
L.A. tears are being shed,
as your song rolls up the chart.

Along the hills, where autumns run,
I long to feel, the L.A. sun,
A summer voice, that gently sings,
And warm rejoice, are just a dream.

That’s why the sky, lost its blue,
the day that I, lost hold of you.
But I’ll be fine, just wait and see...
When this L.A. sky, stops cryin’ for me.

But I’ll be fine, just wait and see....
When this L.A. sky….stops cryin’ for me.

Originally written 2006.

© Robert L. Waltz, 2009
Waltz Songs, ASCAP