Song of the Day: Telescope by Marcus Warner

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This song is by Marcus Warner and appears on the album Liberation (2014).

Lyrics:

If I could use a telescope
Would I see a brighter sky?
On darker nights, I cannot cope
And the rain makes me lose all hope

But when the light comes through the clouds
And the stormy Earth is once again at peace
The wondrous sight and heaven sound
Brings my tears’ and heart’s release

If I could search beyond the stars
Would you be there to guide my hand?
And when the day reveals the scars
Upon the ground on which I stand

I need you here right by my side
To laugh again when life gets dark
The day will come to take the tide
And sail away to disembark

But when the light comes through the clouds
And the stormy Earth is once again at peace
The wondrous sight and heaven sound
Brings my tears’ and heart’s release

(Humming)

But when the light comes through the clouds
And the stormy Earth is once again at peace
The wondrous sight and heaven sound
Brings my tears’ and heart’s release

But when the light comes through the clouds
And the stormy Earth is once again at peace
The wondrous sight and heaven sound
Brings my tears’ and heart’s release

……

“My interest in music began when I took up piano at the age of four; I started producing at around the age of 12 and created Evening Star Music, a project which over the course of the first two years gained over 20,000 subscribers on YouTube and more than a million listens internationally.

What I hope to do is bridge the gap between popular music and orchestral, making it interesting to as many people as possible, and to get the imagination running.

I am currently 20 years old and studying Music Composition for Film and Games with Technology at the University of Hertfordshire and planning to undertake a PhD, with the ultimate goal of writing music for film full-time.” Marcus Warner

image by Yuumei

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