We've updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.

Sunday Walk

from Dawson's New Rage by Roar Electra



Music & Lyrics by Dawson © ℗ 2003, 2004 Beecher’s Brook Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)
Horns arranged by Dawson/Schloss



Sunday begins for him
Another night alone
Blind man thinks its wearing thin
“Can one stay the same
and not know her name?”
Mystery crush

Still lots of pain

Birds call, through the summer fog
On another Sunday Walk
Found a stray, lost dog
A new friendship begins
Another Sunday stroll, with old Rin Tin Tin
Now a friend

A friend with no sins
His bark in the park
Bird’s sad song
His bark in the park
His glad song

Just another Sunday walk

And he now walks out the door
And asks oneself,
“But what is it, what is it all for?”
A life lived alone
And he wonders why, why he cannot cry
No letters

No calls on the phone
Sun turns to night
Sunday eve’s vision
Soul burns bright light
Brightness by his side

Helping along, ‘cause he’s blind
Man’s best pal, job’s the pride
Just another Sunday walk (3x)


from Dawson's New Rage, track released July 4, 2004


all rights reserved



Roar Electra Santa Fe, New Mexico

Mike Dawson is the Synthphonic Pianist | Piano Driven Rock with Big Band Soul

“It is a ‘mission critical - all hands on deck’ time for our society. Music, arts, and scientific curiosity is the glue that holds our modern world together. We must fight to keep the arts and sciences relevant. The alternative is too horrible to contemplate” ... more

contact / help

Contact Roar Electra

Streaming and
Download help

Report this track or account

If you like Roar Electra, you may also like: