Pedestrian

Duration: 5:18

Difficulty: ★★☆☆☆

Released: 2017

Players: (1-2) [2] Piano, Voice / [1] Piano + Voice

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About “Pedestrian”

The lyrics for “Pedestrian” come from the poem “Echoes” by Clark Hubbard.

Burn the flowers

go away

in the echoes of the day

become science

being there for

the dawn of effort

looking far away

bleeding airborne

flow astray

touching into tired gaze

you’re falling out for finding you parade

the coldest daylight

crossing your mainstage

traffic on highways

you’re born from daylight

from the end,

borrowed conscience

looking back on then

finding outside, that waterfalls don’t end

their firing squad

a meaning has an end

a box of letters

of dreams i haven’t sent

being outside of your name,

confidence back,

can i try again?

At The Dock

Duration: 3:38

Difficulty: ★★★☆☆

Released: 2016

Players: (1) piano

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About “At The Dock”

“At The Dock” is a folksy movement that plays with the relationships of melody and accompaniment. The themes in the right and left hands are slightly different lengths giving the piece its unique character. As each theme is repeated, they each become further and further displaced until they line up and begin the displacement process all over again.