Age of Goodbye

by Andy Pratt

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from the LP/CD Age Of Goodbye, also available at itsaboutmusic.com

lyrics

she wears a jewel you cannot see
maybe if you really cared
you might see it shining there
she's crying

I've seen her shine so many times
still so much in me is blind
that's it's just a memory
I'm drifting away

Looking for a man-made moon to arise in the nuclear sky
waiting for the final surprise in this Age of Goodbye

it seems so hard to change the game
(Been so long)
living in a time insane
you can't think too far ahead
oh anymore

so recklessly the race is on
underneath the big machine
no one's really in control
oh anymore

repeat chorus

she wears a jewel you cannot see
maybe if we really care
we could save the people here
I'm drifting away

credits


Andy Newmark drums
Tony Levin bass
Stephen Hague synthesizers
Andy Pratt piano and vocals
produced by Leroy Radcliffe

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Andy Pratt Boston, Massachusetts

Andy Pratt burst on the scene in 1973 with his iconic Columbia single
'Avenging Annie'. He spent 4 years in the big time, then disappeared, but really he never stopped. Please enjoy this selection of his newer work....it's worth the wait... ... more

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