Clifford Borg Quotes
"Music from "Origin" creates a melodramatic-like audible scenery and very stringent musical dramaturgy"

Prof Robert J. Wierzbicki
www.newagepiano.net - 2010

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MISCELLANEOUS

LONGING DAWN: ORION

Music: Clifford Borg and Lyrics Josephine Scerri.
Recorded: 1998, at Tone Studios.

I'm all alone,
No one there to hold me close,
I feel lost and disillusioned,
No one here to feed my soul.

I know, I lost my faith, Along the way,
And now, there are missing pieces
In this jigsaw of my darkened life,
I feel so cold.

I've fallen before and carried on.
And now, I must do the same,
Because I have faith in who I am.

And now I found,
A love for all around me,
And yes I am contended,
I found the answer in myself,

...Longing Dawn.

REACHING

Keyboards: Clifford Borg, Vocals Josephine Scerri.
Violin: Jean Micallef Grimaud and Cello Paul Micallef Grimaud.
Recorded: Farm House Studios 1998.

I've had my share before of all that money can buy,
And I can have anything, but it won't make me happy inside.
And I know that having anything I want is not a real necessity in life.
For there are so many priceless precious moments that we need to make us feel
alive.

I've had success before and was glorious in the victories I'd gained,
But the joy I then felt was mine alone and I 'd wonder if on the way I'd failed.
And I know that reaching anywhere I want is not a real necessity in life.
For there are so many priceless precious moments that we need to make us feel
alive.

Life is not having money or success, it is seeing all the good things that you have.
They mean nothing when you're living all alone and the loneliness is tearing you apart.
Stop and look around you, there's so much beauty in this world, such happiness and joy in simple things.

You have to stop and notice, and when you manage all of this.
The world will seem so full of peace.
You will smile a smile from deep within.

THE BALLAD OF THE NYMPHS Chiara (Album on "What you Want")

Music: Clifford Borg, Lyrics: Deo Grech, Violin: Simon Vella. Vocals: Chiara.
Recorded: Vella Studios, 2000.
Published: "What you want"

I yearn to hear the hymns,
Songs and lullabies,
Of my childhood days, Tonight.

As night flows on I see,
Shadows on the wall,
Dancing to the call of love.

I want to be,
The spirit of the deep,
To sing so free,
The ballad of the nymphs,
I long to be,
The queen of thousand dreams.
Dancing to the free,
Ballad of the nymphs.

At dash of dusk I hear,
echoes in the night,
Silent melodies of love.
I want to dance with you,
Shadow of my past,
to the silver tunes of love.

I want to sing this song,
let it ride the winds,
Reaching high above the skies.

Sing this sweet tune with me,
feel the warmth it yields,
Sing the Ballad of the Nymphs.

LOOK FOR ME

Music: Clifford Borg, Lyrics: Robert Govus and Vocals: Maria Muscat.
Recorded: Pule Studios, 1999.

Look for me,
for my mystery.
Don't give up ,
don't stop only where eyes can see.

(You've got to) search beyond,
if you really want.
To meet me at the place,
where I linger on.

That is the one place,
where you can say.
You know me more than my face,
that is the right time.
Where you can say,
you've met this soul of mine.

Be prepared,
as you may feel scared.
When you do,
remember I have said the word.

What you'll meet,
may not be so sweet.
But that is who I am,
if you want to look deep.

That is the one place,
where you can say.
You know me more than my face,
that is the right time.
Where you can say,
you've met this soul of mine.

What I say,
may not save the day.
You might feel an urge,
to pack and runaway.

Run from me
Go ahead, you're free
I have found the right place,
Where I want to be.

My soul is my home
You cannot change that.
My heart is my own,
You must give it back.

My face is my mask,
It can fall apart.
You have failed to ask,
Who I am at heart.

 

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