One More Colour by Jane Sibbery second verse by Martin Tielli Intro and Verses: D-G-A-G-D D "Is it lasting?" ... And in asking G The sphere becomes a line, A A dotted line, And to follow it G D You must make a jump each time. A dotted page. A dotted hillside. A blast of dots. A blind reader. A flock of sheep, Or a blast of trumpet shots. Bm A Bm Here. All we have here is sky. A Bm All the sky is is blue. A Em D A All that blue is is one more color NOW. To measure the tower's invisible sway Inside the moving skies. The cough of a swallow That softly lies there As loudly as it died. Same as the vendor who likes to sing As loudly as he can; All he says is, "It suits me fine, That's the way I am." "Speak a little softer." "Work a little harder, And shoot less with more care." "Sing a little sweeter, and love a little longer... And soon you will be there." Here. All we have here is sky. All the sky is sky blue. All that blue is is one more color NOW. And these are some reasons And just like the seasons, They turn and then they fly. The honkless geese near the goatless ledge geese In the speckless sky. G A D The speckless sky. C B I hear you. C B I hear you. C-A5 I hear D you.