Wednesday

Lovely lyrics: I'm still

photo credit: Candace Meyer
I'm in love with the lyrics to this Great Lake Swimmer song. It came out a year ago, and I'm still not sick of it (which is amazing, because I've listened to it a lot!). The Great Lake Swimmers, if you don't already know them, are a beautiful music group out of Toronto. You should definitely check them out. Here are the gorgeous lyrics to their song, Still:

I'm still tuning myself to the great key, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still mining for light in the dark wells, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still a frequency swaying, a leaf in the wind, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still searching for whispers in between yells, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still swimming in harmony, I'm still dreaming of flight
I'm still lost in the waves, night after night
I'm sill an arrow unshot, fixed in a bow, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still a fire unlit, ready to go, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still loaded and waiting, with anticipation to fly
I'm still studying the patterns in the night sky
I'm still a note that's unplayed, ink on a page, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still a cry in the night, lonesome and high, I'm still, I'm still
I'm still tuned to an instrument of greater and unknown design
I'm still looking for direction, some kind of sign
I'm still tuning myself to the great key, I'm still, I'm still

You can listen to the song below:

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