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The third single off the forthcoming self-produced new album Another Broken Juliet, with hints of Anne Murray and Brandi Carlile, Wasted Moon features Kathryn Ezzy on piano and Lewis Parsons on viola in a sad tale of finally awakening to your relationships end whilst sitting in a church carpark watching your ex marry someone else.

Credits:
Music by Tracey Bunn
Lyrics by Peter Hayes
Produced by Tracey Bunn
Engineered by Lewis Parsons at CDU Darwin NT, Australia
Mixed by Robyn Payne at AD Audio Melbourne, VIC Australia
Mastered by Martin Pullan at Edensounds Mastering Melbourne VIC Australia
Artwork by Marita Albers Darwin NT Australia

Vocals – Tracey Bunn
Viola – Lewis Parsons
Piano – Kathryn Ezzy
Double Bass – Richard Grace
Drums – Vincent Perry

Master controlled by Tracey Bunn
Email: mail@traceybunn.com
Phone: +61 416186525
Female vocals, piano, viola, country folk pop,
Similar Artists: Brandy Carlise, Alice Wallace, Anne Murray

Lyrics

Wasted Moon – Tracey Bunn and Peter Hayes 2024

Well, you say you’re doing fine but I doubt it
You say there’s someone new to make you smile
You walked away didn’t say a thing about it
I guess you’ll be returning in a while

Or could it possibly be you’re not missing me
Could it be you’ve found yourself a better plan
Could it be that I’m deceived, it’s too hard to believe
I’m just not as important as I think I am

I’ve had a whale of a time playing solo
I’ve had a bottle or two of dance alone
I fixed the holes in the moon through the window
So they’ll be shining when you come back home

Or has the world blown a fuse, have the horses run loose
Could it be that I’m not part of your plan
Could it be a wasted moon, did I dance out of tune
Guess I’m just not as important as I think I am

I can see the line of cars and the chandelier of stars
I can hear the bells chiming your name
Could it be a wasted moon, did I dance out of tune
Guess I’m just not as important as I think I am
Not as important as I think I am