Radio Earth

Radio Earth

gregjwere's picture

Demo: 

Liner Notes: 

Rough start at this song - idea explores our relationship with the planet and what it wold be liked if people and the planet cooperated to each's mutual benefit.

Lyrics: 

Radio Earth

I can hear rumbling coming,
Nightingales first morning song,
Can you hear it even coming?
From World’s apart and far beyond

It’s coming from hole and crevice,
Seeping out to give new birth,
The voices of the Ancients storming,
On behalf of all the Earth.

There is no clock nor time that matters,
No matter now the time has come,
I am more than I have ever done.

I cannot hold on to its nature,
Natural it is for sure,
Never to be derailed,
Never ever wanting more.
Hand in hand can’t you believe it?
What we could bring to the fore,
If the power of this journey,
Man could choose to join the cause.

There is no clock nor time that matters,
No matter now the time has come,
I am more than I have ever done.
I am more than I have ever done.

Interlude:

Angels and the saints before you,
Sages with their firey tongues,
Mountains fall to lesser powers,
That man can climb to greater ones.

Rising up in every ocean,
Lifting up from deeper ground,
The strength of life before the time,
When time was space and space was sound.

There is no clock nor time that matters,
No matter now the time has come,
I am more than I have ever done.
I am more than I have ever done.
I am more than I have ever done.



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Comments

katpiercemusic's picture

This is really lovely. It has a light airy quality. It sounds effortless, even though you said it had a rough start. And I love the idea of a sort of global community instead of clinging to petty differences. This is really well put together.

tcelliott's picture

I like the references to nightingales and the ancient voices and the ocean all the sense bound imagery in the lyric. I like the repeated mantra "I am more than I have ever done!"

headfirstonly's picture

Lovely sentiment, nicely delivered. The guitar never gets in the way of the vocals so the message hits home loud and clear. And what amazing things we could do if we did just "choose to join the cause." Let's hope that the next generation are better at running things than we've been.