#1
If some of the timing or count seems weird when you read it, it's tough for me to write in a way that captures the timing correctly. It flows properly with the music, just hard to show it in writing.


I found this passion buried deep inside
Such a tragedy when mornings die
Angels fly so low these days
It's like they just don't care
Once I lose faith the clouds will clear

I spent all night waiting for
This morning to break
Another burning dawn arrives
Not a moment to late

Does anybody know Where the sunlight goes
In those long cold lonely nights
I give up, I turn my back
Eyes fogged over with cataracts

Burn...ing Dawn..... Again
Melt.... my fro....zen soul


Light the path show me the way
I refuse to waste today
No more life in photographs
No more crown of thorns
I will not suffer here
No shadows will be cast on me

I spent all night waiting for
This morning to break
Another burning dawn arrives
Not a moment to late

Now everything will change again
I know my demons and I know my friends
the spirit bends but never breaks
I am not a victim of fate

Burn...ing Dawn..... Again
I..... can burn.....alone

Burn...ing Dawn..... inside
O....vercom.....ing pride


Burn...ing Dawn..... Again


Burn...ing Dawn..... Again
Andy Fox
Hard rock guitarist
I play a Jackson DK-2 and an Ibanez RG through a Peavey 6505+ stack
#2
I thought a majority of the piece was great. The lines I didn't really like are as follows:

Melt.... my fro....zen soul
Light the path show me the way

They're a little desperate and cliche, respectively. I feel like there's a more subtle and effective way to approach the first line. The second one could do to be replaced. That line, practically verbatim, has been stated in probably hundreds of poems and songs. Other than that, I think it's a fairly rich, vivid piece.

C4C?

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