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DUST TO DUST
by pixie
pixiedustbeach.wordpress.com

 

All your acting / Your thin disguise / All your perfectly delivered lines / They don’t fool me / You’ve been lonely / Too long

Our image of romantic love evolves. I used to want the all encompassing, drama-filled, crazy can’t-live-without-you love. As I got older this ideal gave way to a preference for a slower, gentler, more comfortable kind of love. I no longer invite the fights and the tears. Communication and tacit understanding trumps all drama. Love is most eminent through mundane yet caring actions. Maybe I’m getting old. But it feels right. I feel at home.

This song caught my ears because the two voices go beautifully together. The singing is a murmur, barely audible, but it blends seamlessly with the steady guitar. The lyrics focus on isolation and loneliness, but also exemplify acceptance and vulnerability. While you shouldn’t dive into a relationship simply because you’re lonely, there’s also a certain miracle when you meet someone and they understand your solitude. They don’t want to fix you, rescue you, demean your state. They just acknowledge the hurt you’ve been through, see through the walls you’ve built, and offer quiet companionship.

Cheers to The Civil Wars. Pity they’ve disbanded.


LIVE BAIT MACHINE
by marialberg
mariabergswritinglife.wordpress.com

These songs are from my first album Live Bait Machine. My band was called Maria and the Aftermath and all songs were written by me and performed by me, Marcus Bronson (bass) and Anthony Denado (drums). The recording was done on ADAT by Reynard Rochon.

(These songs are copyrighted and on file with the United States copyright office)

 
 

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