“Ordinary Day” – Song By: lodato

 

a pale light
comes through the bedroom window
every evening

francis lays there on the bed
over the spread
a vale of mystery hangs on every moment
as shadows slowly seduce the clean white walls

I move in to get a better ease drop on
and play the eye of the camera lense
the shutter snaps
and francis brakes the peace
and the calm

look at me in a questionable gaze
and all I do is leave things the way I found them
and let francis get on
with an ordinary day

To Hear “Ordinary Day” Click On lodato’s Music Page

“It Happened Again” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

Stop sign ahead, it happened again
breeze in the trees, tears in your eyes
it’s Cezanne’s Mt. Rainier,
balanced on his back, the time traveled to find
painted in solitude, the easel wedged between
the sand and the stone, it’s still time taken
colors awaken, it’s happened to you

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
the imagined image
blinking eyes emerge

a bird parading, a light purple flare
happiness so near, the pain that swings
it’s warm pouches of clouds
silent strained, looking so slow, in water, in life
hanging below, the sweetness of falling
the shunted sunspot, lids slant shut
like a child walks home on a Sunday crawling
to find the unfindable tear

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
laughing and loving
never forgetting the falling

the time to find, what he could find true
the path still taken, it’s happened to you
it’s the love, from a beautiful song
laughing and loving
never forgetting the falling

the song everyone plays
it happened again

the sweetness of grace

Take A Listen To “It Happened Again”

“In The Eyes Of Angela” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

Ronnie’s baby sister and my sister in-law Angela

I don’t want to come home to you,
I don’t want to come home to you

I don’t want to come home to you,
coming homeward just like you
just because the words I use,
sometimes they might not be true
a song sung for you everyday,
by someone who lives far away
who plays guitar and sings the song,
and everybody sings along
you’ll listen and have some fun,
you’ll listen and need someone
you’ll grab your life and want to live,
find the needy, want to give
I lost a sister but I gained you,
I love your brother, I love you too
I don’t want to come home to you,
I don’t want to come home to you

when it comes to Angela,
he writes songs so easily
when it comes to Angela,
I write what she means to me
In the eyes of Angela

I don’t want to come home to you,
coming homeward just like you
just because the words I use,
sometimes they might not be true
I’ll sing a song that makes you feel fine,
a song that takes you back in time
like the Beatles Honey Pie,
bring tears to your big brown eyes
words I choose are not the same,
what has happened, who’s to blame
your brother is still here for you,
I’m your sister I’m here too
we have times drowning in fountains,
but I know we can climb mountains
I don’t want to come home to you,
I don’t want to come home to you

when it comes to Angela,
he writes songs so easily
when it comes to Angela,
I write what she means to me
Angela

you are going to make it threw this,
there are times you need a kiss
I know you two have grown apart,
you are kind and very smart
sometimes you gave,
sometimes you took
you’ll grow when you write your book

In the eyes of Angela
In the eyes of Angela

Take A Listen To “In The Eyes Of Angela

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Ronnie & Heather Whitley Gibson

Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson have been married for over two years now. They have been writing songs since the day they met. Heather writes the lyrics, and Ronnie writes the music. Both are involved in every aspect to the overall production of these songs. Heather has been an accomplished artist, as well as a poet, most of her life. Ronnie has been a musician/songwriter for over twenty years. Together they create unique songs of all genres. With more songs on the way, these songs are just the first of many to come.
Producing songs together, Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson have branched out artistically. Heather, having a background in piano, has recently taken up the art of the stringed instrument along with voice. Ronnie, having renewed his interest in poetry, has also become more involved in visual ideas. Collaboration has provided a foundation that relies on accommodation and respect enabling a unique exchange of artistic values and techniques. Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson continue to benefit from each others background while fine tuning their unique songwriting.

Click On Ronnie and Heather’s Mp3 Page