Something About A Song

I met Sharon in the early 1980's. An extremely intelligent woman with a love for life, and a finger on the pulse of human behaviour. I, like many who know her, love her dearly. In fact, even today when I meet Sharon in public we greet each other with a kiss, not on the cheek but on the mouth. She is the only woman in my life, besides Theresa of course, who is accorded this greeting and I wouldn't have it any other way. When she and Charlie parted ways it came as a huge shock to me, but in understanding Sharon's explanation as to why the parting was necessary I could only have more respect for her. Putting myself in Charlie's shoes is how Molly Dear came about and I would suspect that after reading and listening to the song you will need no explanation as to what happened in their lives that caused the parting of the ways.

This song is available as a demo to serious music publishers and recording artists.

Molly Dear

We are little drops of rain
blown by the wind
we splash upon the ground
and then we get back up again
we are peas in a pod
little gifts from God
we all shine like stars
because that's what we are.

That's what we are
we are flowers in the woods
we are here among the trees
trying to find our sun
and when the night takes over
we gather round the moon
and we all shine like stars
because that's what we are.

We are leaves on a tree
we all start off as seeds
and then we all turn green
yellow, red and orange
we are clouds in the sky
we watch the world go by
and still we shine like stars
because that's what we are.

We are kisses we are smiles
and sometimes we are teardrops
sometimes we are dreamers
and sometimes we are dreams
we are promises and wishes
and as we look upon the sky
we all wish upon a star
because that's what we are.

We are little drops of rain
blown by the wind
we splash upon the ground
and get back up again
we are peas in a pod
little gifts from God
we all shine like stars
because that's what we are.