Where the Sky Meets the Sea

milky way stars scattered above the ocean
Photo by Maksud on Pexels.com

I hope you enjoy this experiment! I made a song on Garage Band on an iPad (so a super simple software), and I wanted to share it:) If you want more details about the meaning of this song and how I made it, check out this post on Buy Me a Coffee!

I wrote lyrics to go along with the melody, but I’m not sure how sing-able it actually is (I personally didn’t even try). Can you follow along? Can you sing along?

(get some good headphones/speakers so you can hear the bass:)

–Lyrics–

[verse 1] [begins 10 seconds in]

We knew this land lay cold enough

we knew this dark slept soft enough

we knew this midnight dream would come.

We wrote the only lullaby

we knew whose song would never die

it echoes in your blood.

[pre-chorus]

this wasteland of the sea

the stars still speak to me

in pulsing melody

[chorus]

and they call

where the sky meets the ocean,

frozen,

stolen,

like a hundred winter birds

drifting in flight

lost in a blizzard night

[verse 2]

we knew this sea ice stung enough

we knew this wind wailed wild enough

we knew this jagged storm would come.

Child your heart beats brave enough

child your courage burns enough

it currents through our veins (mmm…)

[pre-chorus repeats]

this wasteland of the sea

the stars still speak to me

in pulsing melody

[chorus repeats]

and they call

where the sky meets the ocean,

frozen,

stolen,

like a hundred winter birds

drifting in flight

lost in a blizzard night.

[bridge]

and they call

these stars who speak to me

and they call

in pulsing melody

and they call

where the sky meets the ocean,

frozen,

like a hundred winter lights.

[pre-chorus repeats]

this wasteland of the sea

the stars still speak to me

in pulsing melody

[chorus]

And they call

where the sky meets the ocean,

frozen,

stolen,

like a hundred winter birds

drifting in flight

lost in a blizzard night.

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