Star Song

from by The Cellar Door

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Orion on a hill, forgetting how to kill,
His bow is by his side, his arms are open wide.

Creation at his feet, the sky is so complete,
A twinkle for an eye, he's sighing better sigh.

He's sighing better sigh.

Where did you come from?
You didn't have to be that way.
I listen to your song,
And all around the world you say, "the glory!"

And me a mighty man, so reaching with my hand,
I lie awake at night, forgetting how to fight.

When readily above, are little lights of love,
That whisper that employ, the sound of absent noise.

The sound of absent noise.

Look those little lights, becoming older than
The sun is drumming down;
The age is on the verge of everything.

The Lord is my light, and my salvation,
Whom then shall I fear?
The Lord is the comfort of my life,
Of whom then shall I be afraid?
Shall I be afraid?

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from Flightlessness, released May 28, 2013
Music & Lyrics by Gabe Much

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An indie band out of Seattle, WA, The Cellar Door has a driven pop sound with an earthy vocal core, and they long to sing about fantastic things.

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