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Songs for tomorrow

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chorus:
let’s sing an endless song for this shitty world.
let’s sing an endless song for all of these useless beings.
let’s sing an endless song for me, you and them.
let’s sing an endless song to make sure you’ll laugh on tomorrow.

there has been often times that i feel like i’m done for.
because people were just passing me by, and i was crying in all alone in night.

there has been often times that i feel like i wanna get out of here.
because the moment that the truth shows up is always fearful.

chorus

i don’t like to have some chattings with people
if you are misunderstanding me, it’s not your fault.
but i’ll never forget you.

chorus

let’s sing an endless song for this shitty world.
let’s sing an endless song for all of these useless beings.
let’s sing an endless song
the nights i had cried in all alone.
let’s sing an endless song
the days people call me “nuts”!!

(SarahMagdeline)

There’s always tomorrow, tomorrow’s a new day
In my youth I have dreams.
Someday surely, someday surely
You’ll come to understand this.
There’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

There’s a guy from work who went off to form his own company
And I’m left behind at my job.
I convince myself, that there’s no need to rush,
there’s still plenty of time.
there’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

My new superior is French.
Not even body language gets through to him
this is my big chance, this is my big chance
It could be good studying.
there’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

One day I suddenly thought
What am I killing myself for ?
For my family ? For myself ?
The answer is in the wind.
there’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

“Kids these days” often say it but,
things are much better than when I was young
Let’s overlook, let’s overlook
the fact that they can’t even speak properly.
there’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

There’s always tomorrow, tomorrow’s a new day
In my youth I have dreams.
Someday surely, someday surely
You’ll come to understand this.
there’s always tomorrow, there’s always tomorrow, tomorrow is a new day.

(Brian Stewart & Takako Sakuma)

This is my theme song

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▶ The selfsearching song from The Inspector General with Danny Kay – YouTube

▶ The Andrews Sisters – Rancho Pillow (1941) – YouTube

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I am loving the UK 1940s Radio Station

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Nostalgia has a strange way of making everything look prettier.  For instance the music played on the UK 1940s Radio Station music and vintage radio shows from the 1920s 1930s 1940s seems to me to be more good than bad.  However, the music played on current pop rock stations seems to me to be more bad than good.  I wonder if, 50 years and four generations from now, the music of today will also have the same type of soothing, safe, perfect in the background appeal to future listeners.

the violence in your braille | Richard Glenn Schmidt

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New album from Caduceus, the violence in your braille | Richard Glenn Schmidt.  Cover art by me.

Saint Saens: Carnival of the Animals

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music for you:  https://archive.org/details/Saint-saensCarnivalOfTheAnimalsbernstein

At the Expense of the Listener: Almost and Too Cool – The Bawdies

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I have a new post on:  At the Expense of the Listener,  “Almost and Too Cool – The Bawdies.”

At the Expense of the Listener: Kay Starr

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Remember?  I write At the Expense of the Listener too.

Bananafish aka Singing the praises of obese consumer giant

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I have to tell you how Amazon made me happy today.  I am a guilty, reluctant consumer, so you must appreciate how big a thing this is for me to be free advertizing.  Yes.

I subscribe to this blog JRock Explosion and on the most recent JRock Fridays post I was introduced to Bananafish.  Instantly impressed by the talents of each and every instrument and how they fit together fantastically in deceptive pop style, I wanted some more.  I’m used to looking all over for international musics and have ordered CDs from far and wide (why doesn’t amazon-japan have an mp3 store?).  So, can you believe how crazy surprised to find out that amazon-us had Bananafish mp3 albums for purchase?!?  Holy cannoli, I’m shopping!

Bananafish for you:

At the Expense of the Listener: Bonjour French Ladies

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Hey, I blog over At the Expense of the Listener, did you know?  It’s all music and music videos.  Check it out: Bonjour French Ladies.

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