Immigrants - All I can do for now

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I’m all alone in the darkness of the dimming day
Thinking of time that has passed…you’re so far away
The autumns come and go yet here I stay
To hold my dreams in my arms, alone we remain

It’s been so long I forgot your dreams,
Your secrets and plans, your hidden signs
I left for riches and discovered one thing
That fate has crossed paths with my grand design

I write a letter love soaked with my tears,
I sit thinking of you in a far off land
I’m lost in the woods on a path I thought I knew

All I can do for now is cry
All I can wish for is the star rich sky
I may never see your eyes again
Yet my heart never left you’re there…you’re there…you’re there

New Haven, March 2009

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Words and Music by Steve Mednick ©2011 Steven G. Mednick/Prospect Hill Words and Music. ASCAP


Immigrants…and Other Americans Reviewed by Muziekvenster

Steve Mednick...has a beautiful, velvety voice and poetic songs are invariably superior quality. Steve Mednick's a songwriter without really being noticed makes the most beautiful things. He started his musical career in 2006 and now has eight albums to his name.   "Immigrants and Other Americans" was co-produced by Eddie Seville on the album has joined on guitar, harp and percussion.

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