Wednesday, February 25, 2009


Ciao guys,

Music is strange. For me it’s a lot like blood. It fuels me, then runs out, then fuels me again. I love it and I probably always will.

A lot like music another strange thing is life. Sometimes there are a thousand words to describe it, and sometimes it feels as though I had never learned to speak and I’m struck dumb. Today I can find only two words that have any real meaning to me.
Bitter Sweet.

There is a song you might know called “Shimmer” and ironically it’s from a band called “Fuel”. I've always loved the lyrics in this song even though a lot of it probably doesn’t mean much at all. It reminds me of a lot of things, my grand mothers house in England, my mother, me, and a thousand insignificant moments which one day came back to hit me like a ton of lead making making me fall in love with them like no other moment has ever compared.
The music in "Shimmer" rides with the lyrics along the same roller coaster we all do sometimes. Lite hearted and strolling, reflective, powerful, moody, a little up, a little down, a little sad, and yet somehow a little content in at least knowing something beautiful and light existed once but may not be so for long.

Anyway, for one reason or another I’m more sentimental and a little more emotional than usual today for reason’s it’s not time to explain to people. Today some of the lyrics and music in "Shimmer" connected with me and clipped my wings a bit in a strangely complicated way. It feels a lot like falling, but I'm still flying.

While I believe we each make much of our own destiny...
Destiny is - well - still destiny.


Here is a link to the video if you'd like to listen to it.

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