Ambling Toward the Unknown 13

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A SILENT SURGE

I
WHERE DID YOU COME FROM?
WAS IT THE DARK WINTER’S NIGHT?
OUT OF THE BLUE YOU WERE STANDING THERE UNDER THE LIGHT
WAS IT JUST DUMB LUCK OR A TWIST OF FATE?
I CAN’T BE SURE

II
YOU COME TO ME IN THOSE VACANT MOMENTS
WHEN STARING INTO SPACE IN AN EMPTY ROOM
OR A CROWDED TRAIN, I HEAR YOUR VOICE HUMMING THIS TUNE
AM I JUST DELUDED OR, INCESSANTLY JUVENILE?
I JUST DON’T KNOW

CHORUS
THERE’S A SILENT SURGE UNLEASHED IN MY HEART
YOU MAY THINK IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
BUT THIS SPACE IT’S MOVED SO FAR
I FOUND MYSELF ON THE OTHER SIDE OF YOU
WHICH SIDE YOU ASK?
ONLY YOU KNOW THE TRUTH

III
INSTRUMENTAL

IV
WAS IT THE SCENT OF DESPARATION?
OR WAS IT THE BLINDING LIGHT?
THE TIME WAS TICKING SLOWLY CONVERSATION‘S TAKING FLIGHT
HAVE WE REACHED A STATE OF GRACE OR JUST A PASSING PHASE?
WHAT DO YOU BELIEVE?

CHORUS

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Song by Steven G. Mednick © 2007 Steven G. Mednick/Prospect Hill Words and Music

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