#1
Midnight Sun

The Midnight Sun gonna shine tonight
Gonna take the dark and make it light
To show the beauty in your eyes
And break apart the cloudy skies.

Take my hand and come with me
We'll drive all night to the sea
Lay under the midnight sun
Sit and watch the morning come.

See the dawn baby watch it glow
Hear the waves as they come and go
Dive in, the water's alright
Waste the day and make it night.

You and me girl just tonight
With a Midnight Sun as our light
Love me baby under the Sun
Wait until the morning comes.

The Morning Sky, above the land
Take me girl by the hand
One soft kiss to close the day
Our Midnight Sun is here to stay.

The product of listening to too much Doors music while bored

Tomin8r
Last edited by tomin8r at Aug 4, 2008,
#4
When I saw the title I thought it would be something about a nuclear holocaust or something. I was pleasantly surprised

I personally like this, it can be used in a few different genres and moods since it's lyrics give no definitive mood to it. Perhaps southern rock, heavy or light would do well. Or maybe that's just my bias because of the words "baby, gonna"

Though it's short, I really like how the verses and chorus are different yet progressive. In a way it sets a scene but doesn't really tell you a distinct story.

Very descriptive, catchy and overall upbeat.
#5
Why,thanks for the critique man. Yeah I see what you me by it being many types of genres. I tend to write lyrics not for length but for feeling. Once again, thanks.
#6
Quote by tomin8r
You and me girl just tonight
With a Midnight Sun as our light
Love me baby under the Sun
Wait until the morning comes.

This is pretty much all that I could really make myself pick at.. You say "Just tonight" then, you say "under the sun, wait until the morning comes." I get what you're saying because I'm reading it, but I feel that if a listener isn't completely aware of the lyrics they might be confused... So I would work on that some.

That's it really. Very nice song. =)
Care to check mine out? http://ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=923271
#7
The whole point is not to make the listener completely aware, but to create a sense of feeling and mood. Thanks man for the suggestion.
#8
EDIT: added an optional/occaisional last verse to the song, more suitable for an end.
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