Bruce Mills Music

What will I do?
Lyrics
What will I do when you go away?
© 2005 Bruce Mills (ASCAP)

Life like a river flows to the sea -
From mountains and valleys to destiny - but
Each grain of sand the sea takes away -
Is a day - that's gone!

Like a candle shining bright -
Love lights the darkest nights - but
Each moment more - the candle burns
Is a day - that's gone!

Springtime turned to summer
Then autumn came along -
But once the leaves had fallen -
Winter sang his lonely song:

Chorus
What will I do when you go away?
Will I stay alone and cry?
Will I search the whole wide world for you?
The ocean / and the sky
Will you call my name out loud?
Will I see you in the clouds?
Will you ever come back and visit me here -
Or will you just disappear?

Love - like a beautiful dance depends
How the song is played - but the music ends
When the night is old - the dancer goes home -
All alone -

Love is a story - hidden away -
A book of hours and yesterdays - of
Pages all turned - tomorrows gone -

Once I had a dream
You and I would live forever
In my dream I saw
Our hearts and souls together
But dreams are just the fantasies
We tell ourselves like fairy tales
With happy endings every one - oh no -- oh please don't

Go away - and leave me here
To stay alone and cry -
I will search the whole wide world for you
The ocean / and the sky
Will I see you in the clouds?
Will you call my name out loud?
I would wait forever to hold you here - but
Will you just disappear?
Will you just disappear?

Description
Short Song Description:
This song is written specifically for film / TV scoring about tragic loss of lover (or thinking about losing someone you love too much)
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
Credits
Lyric Credits: Bruce Mills
Music Credits: Bruce Mills
Producer Credits: Dennis Field (Denmark Studio)
Publisher Credits:
Performance Credits: Bruce Mills
Label Credits:
Metadata
Song Length: 4:47
Primary Genre: Pop-Easy Listening
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Mood 1: Heartbreaking
Language: English
Era: 1950 - 1959