Reseña del editor
Aaron Jones began writing lyrical poetry in the late 1980s. He was inspired by his brother Eddie's band to compose his poems in the form of songs. The title of this poetry collection, Lyrics in Search of Music
, was inspired by the fact that Eddie could not write music to words already written. Jones hopes that by offering up his collection, at least one of his poems will have life breathed into it-finally pairing his poetry with the right music. This is his fondest dream. But Not If You Depart You say you have no reason to live But can you tell me why Why, you think, you have no more to give You have to give love to get love That's what I'm trying to tell you That love you are undeniably worthy of If you end it all now, it won't hurt you at all It will devastate all the hearts you've encountered We're the ones that get hurt after you fall Listen, your heart is broken Your feelings you're cloaking We can repair your heart But not if you But not if you But not if you depart
Biografía del autor
Aaron C. Jones was born raised in Metairie, Louisiana with his four sisters and three brothers. He has been writing on and off since the late eighties and he published the first volume of Lyrics in Search of Music last year. He currently resides in Madison, Alabama.