SMajor

SMajor

Username: SMajor

SMajor

Username: SMajor

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  • Chris Barron
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Chris Barron commented on SMajor's lyric:

"goes well with the preceding lines"

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Lyric by SMajor:

"that I would would be standin' on this black macadam/ countin' the minutes, hopin' I'll learn who I am."

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Chris Barron commented on SMajor's lyric:

"goes well with the preceding lines"

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Lyric by SMajor:

"that I would would be standin' on this black macadam/ countin' the minutes, hopin' I'll learn who I am."

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Chris Barron commented on SMajor's lyric:

"wow. simple and evocative."

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Lyric by SMajor:

"Where the lines beside the highway split the clouds in two"

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Chris Barron commented on SMajor's lyric:

"fool in the pool reflection wavers/just the slave of a knave of my own behavior"

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Lyric by SMajor:

"Fool in the pool, reflection wavers / slave in the cave of my own behavior"

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Well, I’m never going to change your mind… I tried doing that until... you finally laid down the line... the line I'm respecting still.
Well, I’m never going to change your mind… why would I think that's something I could do? All I ask is that over time... that you will respect me too.
Well, I'm never going to change your mind... from the look in your eyes I can see that now... so go one with your life, I'll go on with mine... and I'll have all the happiness this life will allow...
Well, I'm never going to change your mind... you're not going to change mine either so let's sit awhile, learn how to smile... doesn't hurt to take a breather... in the warm sunshine...
Well, I'm never going to change your mind... never had a doubt that that was something I could do... we have talked throughout the years and to ourselves we've both been true...
Never going to change your mind. Never gonna give up on you. Never gonna ever forget all that we've been through.
Well, I'm never going to change your mind... gave up on that a long time ago... I am me... and you are you... and together our gardens grow...
I won't even try... changing your mind... that will only keep us apart... cause I can feel... our true connection... the place where we're meeting... is deep in our hearts.
Well, I'm never going to change your mind... not even something that I'd try to do... but I'd really like to know your heart... know the truth that's carried you through.
Maybe I will never change your mind/ that's not where I'm gonna start.../ sometimes thinking makes us blind.../ maybe I can change your heart.
Maybe I will never change your mind but there must be common ground that we can find
Maybe I will never change your mind but I'm tired of livin' in a world gone blind
The fact that you are black and I am white shouldn't shake our love but we're in the state of Georgia... so it surely does.
The fact that you are black and I am white shouldn't shake our love but we're in the state of Georgia... so it surely does.
but from out here in space I look at you all, great dominions all seem so small,
And... "How Do We Forgive?" opens up a much broader vista... to ALL the crimes... to all the falling short of all humanity... we're talking about a planet... not just a few of us who got our feelings hurt... we're talking about the future of the earth. We're talking about a future in which every one of us resides. Examine in your soul just who you will forgive.
This is from somewhere else in the loop... I'd like to propose "How Do We Forgive?" instead of "How To Forgive?". "How To Forgive", suggests to me a how-to manual. "How Do We Forgive?" Seems more personalized to me. How do you and I forgive all that has been done unto us when so much has been done. Let's examine, precisely, who we're "forgiving" and why. Intimate partners? Been there and done that. The whole society? How many of us are aware of being culpable for creating the world that we now live in? I believe in forgiveness... but I need to know who I'm forgiving. And I need to know what I'm forgiving them for. General forgiveness is not really a thing; in other words that kind of assertion is meaningless. If we're going to forgive anyone of anything it has to have a clear context.
and then what about the people who have even less than we do
still I keep on trying to reach for that star, we have to keep reaching whoever we are
She's a child born out of exploitation/ founded first by slaves/ who were willing to spill their blood for freedom;/ it took many to their graves./ Born in the darkest night/ How will she ever find the light?
Volcano masked by frigidity.
I scrambled out beyond the reach of my tombstone dreams/ searching for wishing well where my new dreams can be fed.
I tiptoe past the enormous pit filled with snakes of dread/ wonderin' how it got there, must have been something that I read.
that I would would be standin' on this black macadam/ countin' the minutes, hopin' I'll learn who I am.
I count the minutes now/ while the moon is lookin' down, watchin' everything I do.
Where the lines beside the highway split the clouds in two
Fool in the pool, reflection wavers / slave in the cave of my own behavior

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