Bang! Flash! Fire! Three words to describe The end of a dream.
Bang! Flash! Fire! Three words that say This road is now blocked. The fingers that formed The chords are too weary To ride the neck And dumchicka beat On the strings.
Bang! Flash! Fire! Three words to describe The feelings for the loss Of the voice that once soared And found the good note.
What to do with the songs That are unfinished? What to do with the songs Unplayed and unsung?
Plans become ash! Smoke! Four words to define Loss and heartbreak.
Plans become ash! Smoke! Are they the words For the half formed art That sits on the stand In front of the chair? Is this really an end? Is the time spent On this fragile art A total loss and waste? This should not be the end!
The words leave the stand In front of the chair. They land on the paper That is on the desk. An end is only an end If there is no epilogue. The pen comes out!
Bang! Flash! Fire! Three words that Are not an end.
Bang! Flash! Fire! Three words that Are a call to arms! The remodeling of art Begins to take place.
A word is dropped here. A line is added there. Choruses only appear once. The lyrics are stronger Without the chords. The words ring truer Without the melody. What was first an end Becomes a rebirth.
The artist Slips out the window As the door Is locked. For now and etern?