Signal 30
Diamond Destiny
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Lyrics
Diamond Destiny
by Kathy Hartman

I wait before the dawn just to ride the train
I have nowhere to go I'm standing in the rain
I need the motion and the ticking of the clock
Soon I'll be walking down walking down the block
As I pull myself up out of the glamor grave
I will stand up tall and place the crown upon my head
Everyday I'm searching for searching for my grace
The longer that I run the more I lose this race
Now it seems I'm tired and old ready to give up
As I lay down in the dark everything's corrupt

Oh oh My diamond destiny destiny
Oh oh oh oh It's my diamond destiny
Oh oh oh oh It's my diamond destiny my destiny
Oh oh oh oh My diamond destiny

I will draw and paint on my ruby lips
I think I'll dress up in my crystalline blue gown
I will shine up my soul and let my life come through
Then I'll go out and make my one final debut
Should I try to hide myself let myself be seen
Does it really matter now at least I made the scene

Oh oh oh oh My diamond destiny My diamond destiny
Oh oh oh oh My diamond destiny My diamond destiny
Oh oh oh oh My diamond destiny Oh oh oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh It's my diamond destiny

Now I'll wait before the dawn just to paint my nails
I'll pour some glitter down and leave a sparkling trail
Now I am done and gone I painted my last face
I've laid my soul to rest in my silk and lace
Description
Short Song Description:
A dynamic song about someone dying and coming back to inhabit this world
Long Song Description:
Story Behind the Song:
In honor of friends who have passed away
Credits
Lyric Credits: Spark Hartman
Music Credits: Spark Hartman
Producer Credits: Rusty Newcomer
Publisher Credits: TimeLoom Publishing
Performance Credits: Spark Hartman
Label Credits:
Metadata
Song Length: 4:35
Primary Genre: Rock-Easy Listening
Secondary Genre: Rock-Classic
Tempo / Feel: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Female Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Ghosts
Mood 1: Tranquil
Similar Artist 1: Heart
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later