© Marie Marshall
Nice. Advice. Without disguise. So wise. To realise.
The DeVille is in the details.
well that sure is interesting and i’m hesitant to say especially about a specific line because the contractions of “bringing it all together” and birth and beating all seem to go together, but I can’t help zooming in on the “beat it beat it harder and hear,” but not just hear, “hear the old world turning.” That’s a rhythm and a blessing to us all so thank you! and also beat it as in get away, find that place and talk to it in undressed language; in our own language-“all the stuff you need.”
I like to mix my diction, make diction stew.
The problem with beating drums is you could end up like this (you will spit coffee at 1:00 )
it sure is a change at 1:00 when the angel choir kicks in. I can feel the lift off hot air balloon and then wham bammed back down by the tusk drums and the tangy guitar and then all together caravan. More music to explore. Thank you.
Yeah but the main thing about 1:00 is that’s where the rip-off of Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Third Stone’ starts!
i love the power it has if we bring things together and start beating that drum so that the world will hear – and things will change
The beat echoes the turning of the world / the world turning echoes the beat? Well, indeed, why not?
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