Lady of the harbour

Hide under my bed

Your sky

Who we plan to be

Back in time






Holy moments

War is kind

Musical chairs

About you

How we moved

Between the devil and the deep blue sea - Digital album cover

Twenty-seven stitches on my steering wheel

Driving down the road
I just got my licence
Man, they say I’m a danger now

I’m a danger to myself and others
I shouldn’t drink
I must smile and obey the law

I’ve got an old fashioned car
I’ve got a tank full of gas
and a record of Neil Young

There’s a fork in the road somewhere
My friend, it’s a choice
between right and wrong

I am a joker
Some call me their friend
I have never been a smoker
at least I can pretend
When the air gets cold
it’s like I blow smoke

I mean it’s the power of imagination
that holds up the peace
in the silence

and it’s only our fear of the darkness
that feeds our love for a statue
that sings to us

We are a people so strange
that I’m sometimes ashamed
to count me among us

You can say there’s different reasons to be
I could only agree
to you enlightenment

See, I am a stranger
in my own part of town
I’m sick and in danger
from the one wearing the crown
He says: 'Kneel, my son
and grow up'

Come on
What are you waiting for
Is it a song
or is it the person you once were

What if there was a world on the other side of your mirror
like a cave
behind a waterfall

Where you would find truth in a dream
sand in your shoes
and a story so beautiful

Never question your doubts
They give you reason
to shout out: 'life is wonderful'

I find it is quite fulfilling
to see deep into a pit of a well
for a thunderstorm

I am a sinner
in the eyes of the lord
I’m getting thinner and thinner
how I wish to be pure
I am a beggar
Please give me your shoes
Look over yonder
Here comes the truth

- copyright © Leander van Geffen