CD website: The Moon Series (guitar 3 ways).

Stepping ’Cross The Line.

© 2008 Gary Eisenbraun.

Too far to go to prove myself to you.
You change me baby,
‘til I become brand new.
This ain’t no perfect world,
it don’t come with guarantees
I don’t expect too much from you,
don’t expect a lot from me.
Is this a dream or some movie that I’m in?
One more chance to be someone.
Tell me where to begin.

(chorus)
I’m just a soul that needs forgiveness.
A boat set adrift on ragged seas.
Can’t you see a conflict of interest?
But you must think it’s fine,
to keep steppin’ across the line.

If I live forever,
there’s only so much I’ll ever be.
I can try like hell ‘til the river’s dry
‘til it’s exactly what you need.
Look at my eyes,
I don’t believe it can be done.
If you want an easy ride,
I’ll never be the one.
To face myself,
it scares me to no end.
You think that with a couple of words
my world is on the mend.

(chorus)

When others move ahead,
I’m the one who’s standing still.
While everyone can have their fun,
I’m stuck here with the bill.
Can only do my best,
but it never works out right.
You think that with my turbulence,
you’d finally see the light.
A work in progress is all I give to you.
They say I’ve had my chances,
know what I’m going to do.

(chorus)

 

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CD: Liar's Moon
Genre: Rock
Released: Jan. 2008
Label: Vision Childe
Artist: Gary Eisenbraun

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CREDITS, ETC. This is a solo work. Guitars, vocals, bass, drum programming & percussion by Gary Eisenbraun. Produced, engineered and mastered by Gary Eisenbraun. Manufactured & recorded at Vision Childe Productions. All songs © 2008 Gary Eisenbraun. Photography* & artwork by Chris Eisenbraun; artwork © 2008 Eisenbraun Studios. All rights reserved, unless otherwise noted.
*space scenes courtesy of Nasa & the Hubble website.

THANK YOU! A very special "Thank you!" to Nasa and the Hubble website for use of space scene photos and also to Sandy Gonzalez and Greg Jones for allowing Chris to tromp through their backyard taking pictures of old city bricks!

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