Parody of “Ladyhawke!”, words and music by
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Parody of “Ladyhawke!”, words and music by Julia Ecklar
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In the tradition of Kirk/Spock fiction ...
Intro: A Asus2 A Asus2 G D G D D add G D A
|, and his||A|
|my own guilt,|
|n I’ve built,|
|But it’s my||G|
|hiding out from my||A|
|who’s more gentle and||A|
|than he seems|
I feel strange lending help when I do not agree
With the goal that he means to achieve.
But I know that my friend is depending on me,
And I find I cannot leave.
But it’s not just his strength, though I well understand
That his strength could fell me in one blow.
It’s the warmth I can feel in the clasp of his hand,
The love that he rarely lets show.
I know my new friend does not share what I feel,
Though he loves me as much as a brother.
But he makes me believe that the promise is real,
To be found, soon, in another.
For unthinkable longings deserve careful thought
When truth to one’s heart is at stake.
And I’ll not miss the point of the truth I’ve been taught:
The many forms lovers can take.