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Electric Guitar (clean) from Minutes to the Hours

Composer
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Rock and Pop Music

Minutes to the Hours, is one of my latest songs. Here's my lyrical poem:

Minutes to the hours No matter what we say We are withering flowers When the night comes to day Love is sometimes easy With storms and thrills still After awhile some breezy Dreams must come to spill

Wondering what it is That gives us glisten ley Morning ways and whiz Into the on coming ray Futures are our witness How it's all going be Song sung in the fineness What it is to be free

Mistakes are so copious All around the panes With instances bounteous Doubtfully thinking brains Cold little harsh spurs Inside the garden - wild! Civilizations wheeling whirs Extinction's own stepchild

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