Lynette Diaz

Sing (Your Song)

Lynette Diaz
Lynette Diaz


The photo is a Cormorant (Shag) that swam up to me while I was sitting alone on the Wellington Harbour waterfront. The Cormorant represents both light and dark, and the ability to both sink and swim, then to patiently await the opportunity to fly again when its feathers dry.

Lyrics/Music/Engineering/Sound: Lynette Diaz (May 2018)


Sing (Your Song) - 2018

Do you ever sing?

Have you found your voice again?

You never sang for me

Voice still frail from tragedy


So stoic in attitude

When I finally heard from you

Could read other voices in your ear

Was it strength or was it fear?


Well, just sing, just sing

Maybe in Winter, Maybe in Spring

Just sing, just sing,

Your voice, Your song

Your rights, Your wrongs

Just sing, Just sing

Just sing, Your Song