“The Pink Moon” was inspired by my good friend Zeke Schein who has told me many amazing instruments over the years in New York and who wrote the brilliant “Portrait of a Phantom” book about the lost photo of Robert Johnson.

Here are the lyrics

The Pink Moon (Song for Zeke)

Dm G7 Cmaj 7 C
The pink moon in Brooklyn, turns a shade of blue,
Mojo man is writing, all his tales are true,
Coffee’s for the morning, Robert’s in his dreams,
Portrait of a phantom’s, all is what it seems

Em Bm Em Bm
Sun sets on spring street, yellow cabs ride by,
Em Bm A Bm
Story’s for dreamers, under New York skies,

A Hatful of fiction thrives in this old brain,
Waitresses are peeking at what is here again.
Made your mark on Bleeker, for 27 years
Set us kids in motion, opened up our ears

Instrumental
Music is our language, it’s our common bond,
Power to awaken, the joy in every song,
Transforming spaces, transcending time,
Here at the crossroads, all is here to find

Em Bm Em Bm
Sun sets on spring street, yellow cabs ride by,
Em Bm A Bm
Story’s for dreamers, under New York skies

REPEAT FIRST VERSE

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If you love music and/or a great read, buy the book here – https://www.amazon.com/Portrait-Phantom-Robert-Johnsons-Photograph/dp/1455622451/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546984341&sr=8-1&keywords=portrait+of+a+phantom

The Pink Moon (Song for Zeke)

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