The Glory | Darling Magazine

Hey Darling,

As some of you may know, our Summer Issue featured a personally written song by singer/song-writer Kanene Donehey Pipkin titled The Glory. Below you can find the lyrics to this summer song that is framed by imagery of summertime at it’s best and for those of you who own the print can see a collage we’ve put together from our reader’s summer photos!

So listen, enjoy and dwell in the sounds of summer. (Simply click on “The Glory” below to hear the song.)

The Glory
By Kanene Pipkin

the morning sun and midnight stars are fading
into the sea, wide and warm and waiting

there’s a flower in my hand
will it make you understand
this shimmering summer

come jump the fence and walk the path to me
we’ll brave the thorns that keep the blackberries

run a mile to the shore
will you see what this was for
this shimmering summer

all the fireflies will keep you

the glory fills the sky this time of year
and I can’t bear the thought of you not being near

to watch your soul unfurl
and soak up this new world
this shimmering summer

Image via Piccsy

1 comment

  1. So, so lovely Kanene. Is there any way I can get my hands on the chords to this song?

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