The LouisVillains

One Song Together (old)



Credits
Lyric Credits: Gregg Eisenberg
Music Credits: Gregg Eisenberg
Producer Credits: Gregg Eisenberg
Metadata
Song Length 3:29
Primary Genre Country-Bluegrass
Secondary Genre -
Lyrics
If we could sing one song together
Why not a symphony?
We can both sing different notes
And call it a harmony
You can sing soprano and I'll sing the bass
You bring the flowers and I'll bring the vase
You can pick the melody, the time and the place
That is where I'll be


If we could spend one night together
Let's spend it in the Peloponnese
If we can paint one brush of color
Why not a masterpiece?
I don't think that we should go on believing that
You and me together ain't where it's at
When everyday it gets a little clearer that
This time was meant to be


If we can have one dance together
We better pick one that's slow
If we can have one chance together
There's no telling what could grow
Why should we go on thinking that it cannot be
Making songs together just you and me?
We've both been waiting for this opportunity
And now the wind does blow


If we could have one laugh together
We could make it to the Spring
If we could make it to that moment together
Of combined electricity
I think we might discover quite possibly
That jam and biscuits go together well with tea
And in a single moment is eternity
If looked at playfully


If we could sing one song together, why not a symphony?
We can both sing different notes and call it a harmony
Why should we go on thinking that it cannot be
Making love together just you and me?
We've both been waiting for this opportunity
And now the wind does blow

It's written in the books on plant biology
It's written in the planets and astrology
It comes up all the time in world mythology, universally

I think it's really very elementary
It happens all the time in other centuries
This is just the way that this was meant to be
An evening of laughter and tea