We met and then the world went from civilized to disguised in a heartbeat. Remember the Rohingya, Rwanda, Congo and Croatia. Hold Katrina and Irma next to Haiti and Maria to see our slanting landscape. It’s tilting and self-destructing. But we’re out tonight so is jazz alright? We’re like two astronauts trying to change their trajectories in space: in sight but just out of reach. There’s nothing more slow and more alone than drifting away from your home, slowly revolving at an arm’s length away. I fall for you every day when you look my way. On this backdrop of eternity, you saved me. You’re unique, you make funny jokes about my muscles. So I know that you like them. You know I want to know that you like them. Cause there a power between us that’s more than I dreamed of. We’re dangerous on our own like two charged poles grabbing hold to some live lines downed in the cold. Life is better together than alone, sometimes we add a spark and then explode. A bright white magnesium is seen a galaxy away. I fall for you every day when you look my way. Our gravity pulls us in and we make electricity. Between you and me, we can’t always have perfect connection. But we’re exactly as we’re supposed to be. We’re grounded and charging for the action. The future creates a slipstream. Life glides lightly with you toward the unseen.