Dan Moran

Dan Moran

BandFolkAcoustic

Dan Moran is an accomplished singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and accordian player who has toured extensively over the years. Dan grew up in the rich musical culture of Detroit MI and currently resides in the Los Angeles area.

Other Info

Cover band: 
No

Lyrics

A Fountain That Never Runs Dry

Written By: Dan Moran

A Fountain That Never Runs Dry

Verse 1
Oh darling come closer,
And tell me sweet things, That will put my mind at ease;
Tell me of memories, Tell me what you see,
Or tell me whatever you please;
Because your words, and your ways,
And your voice, and your eyes,
Are enough to keep me alive;
Lately I’m thinking that your love’s like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

Verse 2
Oh darling come closer, And tell me where you learned,
To love a man the way you love me.
You know what I need,
You always succeed,
In bringing some good out of me;
Well I’ve studied your features, And your words and your eyes, When you thought I could not see;
Lately I’m knowing that your love is flowing,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

BRIDGE
And I’ll drink until I get my fill;
Then I’ll drink forever more.

Verse 3
Oh darling, come closer, And tell me the sweet things,
That are so much a part of me;
Lately I’m thinking that your love’s like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.
Lately I'm thinking that your love's like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

© 1980 Dan Moran
A FOUNTAIN THAT NEVER RUNS DRY

A Fountain That Never Runs Dry

Written By: Dan Moran

A Fountain That Never Runs Dry

Verse 1
Oh darling come closer,
And tell me sweet things, That will put my mind at ease;
Tell me of memories, Tell me what you see,
Or tell me whatever you please;
Because your words, and your ways,
And your voice, and your eyes,
Are enough to keep me alive;
Lately I’m thinking that your love’s like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

Verse 2
Oh darling come closer, And tell me where you learned,
To love a man the way you love me.
You know what I need,
You always succeed,
In bringing some good out of me;
Well I’ve studied your features, And your words and your eyes, When you thought I could not see;
Lately I’m knowing that your love is flowing,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

BRIDGE
And I’ll drink until I get my fill;
Then I’ll drink forever more.

Verse 3
Oh darling, come closer, And tell me the sweet things,
That are so much a part of me;
Lately I’m thinking that your love’s like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.
Lately I'm thinking that your love's like drinking,
From a fountain that never runs dry.

© 1980 Dan Moran
A FOUNTAIN THAT NEVER RUNS DRY

Hook Line and Sinker

Written By: Dan Moran

Hook Line and Sinker
Dan Moran

Verse 1
It was just a night like all the rest until I met your eyes,
I should have run but just for fun, I stayed to hear your lies; My curiosity held me and the next thing that I knew,
There I was hook, line, and sinker, falling, in love with you.

Verse 2
It started out so innocent – no harm in tasting more,
Until you gave the line a tug, and pulled me toward the shore;
I couldn’t see that your line held me,
And the next thing that I knew,
There I was hook, line and sinker falling in love with you.

Bridge
Well should I give in, let you reel me in,
So you have your day;
Or should I leave you there, with your tall tall tail,
Of the one that got away.

Verse 3
I’m not the kind of man who falls,
For every woman I see;
So many fish out in the sea,
So why’d you pick on me;
But I wouldn’t wait and I took your bait,
And the next thing that I knew,
There I was hook line and sinker falling, in love with you.

Tag
I wouldn’t wait and I took your bait,
And the next thing I knew,
There I was hook line and sinker falling in love;
Falling in love, falling in love, falling in love;
Falling in love, falling in love, falling in love;

Hook Line and Sinker © Dan Moran 1980