I have had a grief-filled week and came across this song. (Thank you Carol.)
Nothing to do with cars, and I could save it until this theme comes around someday, but today is when I needed it, and there it was. It might not be new to others but a wonderful surprise for me.
The music is lovely and haunting, and the video is beautiful.
Full screen and volume up for this one.
I am resilient I trust the movement I negate the chaos Uplift the negative I’ll show up at the table Again and again and again I’ll close my mouth and learn to listen These times are poignant The winds have shifted It’s all we can do To stay uplifted Pipelines through backyards Wolves howling out front Yeah I got my crew but truth is what I want Realigned and on point Power to the peaceful, prayers to the waters Women at the center All vessels open to give and receive Let’s see this system brought down to its knees I’m made of thunder, I’m made of lightning I’m made of dirt, yeah Made of the fine things My father taught me That I’m a speck of dust and this world was made for me so let’s go and try our luck I’ve got my roots down down down deep So what are we doing here What has been done What are you going to do about it When the world comes undone My voice feels tiny And I’m sure so does yours Put us all together we’ll make a mighty roar I am resilient I trust the movement I negate the chaos Uplift the negative I’ll show up at the table again and again and again I’ll close my mouth and learn to listen…
5 thoughts on “SongLyricSunday…on Friday, 9/7/18”
I feel completely in the dark. What happened??? Please let me know.
You do know. You already kindly commented. Some might say it’s just a cat. I’m writing about why this particular cat was so important to me. I’ll post about it soon. This song just really moved me back into the bigger picture of my life…so much I still want to do…
This is amazing
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Lisa, check out some of their other songs and especially videos. The one about Medicine is also wonderful!
My new favorite group, Rising Appalachia!
I’m so sorry for your loss. This song is impactful, brilliant and beautiful! Thank you so much for the introduction!