In life, we can either let our experiences make us bitter, or we can channel that feeling towards being a good example in order to improve things.


Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Their conversation

I was thinking about a certain message that I wanted to say but wasn't sure how to say it. Then I thought about this song below and thought, that says it perfectly. It's about two babies talking to each other in the womb.

'Conversation in the womb' by Abie Rotenberg

My dear brother, look around and tell me what your eyes behold.
Don't deny that you see, it's only you and me, our existence it is empty, it is cold.

But dear brother, you must have faith that we are not the only ones, cuz' in the distance there's a place, where we'll stand up tall and straight. Oh I believe that there is a world to come.

My dear brother, don't be blind, don't be stubborn, don't be set. Imagination it's alright. But it won't light up the night. What you see is exactly what you get.

But dear brother, you will surely find when all is said and done, that the future it will show, there is so much we don't know. Oh I believe that there is a world to come.

My dear brother, where have you gone? Is this the moment I have known. I can faintly hear the cry. My dear brother must have died. It's all over now forever I'm alone.

But dear brother, please don't mourn me when my life has just begun. what you hear are sounds of joy. Congratulations it's a boy. Oh I believe that there is a world to come. Yes I believe...
cuz' what you hear are sounds of joy, congulations it's a boy. Soon you'll be with me in this world to come.

I love songs by Abie Rotenberg and Journeys


socialworker/frustrated mom said...

Beautiful song, my eyes kill from that purple font. It's pretty color but too hard to read. Hope you don't mind me saying so.

Lvnsm27 said...

Don't mind, thanks for telling me.
I changed it.

knaidel maidel said...

I also love his songs. Always the perfect words...stirring music... Dveykus is my favorite line of his, but I love Journeys, too. It's just hard to listen to all the deep English songs one after another; Dveykus is more relaxing while Journeys makes you think. Mmmm maybe I'll put some on now, you got me into the mood. :)

Lvnsm27 said...

I like Dveykus too. Especially vol. 4

Pragmatician said...

A little weird, but interesting.

jewmaican20 said...

Yeah, I always liked that song.
Did this pertain to the thread on my blog?

Lvnsm27 said...

Prag, lol

Jewmaican, actually I was thinking about a different message I read somewhere

Lakewood Venter said...

That was always one of my favorite Journeys songs!

David_on_the_Lake said...

Good memories I have of that song...

Genevieve said...

I love that song!

Lvnsm27 said...

That's cool that we all have fond memories

The Dreamer said...

that's truly one of my favorite Journeys' songs.

thanks for posting.

BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

Very sweet and touching.

Have a good week.

yingerman said...

Yep Abie Rotenberg is king.
To me anyway, ( asuming Elvis is really dead)

Lvnsm27 said...

Dreamer, you're welcome

Barbara, thanks you too

Yingerman, lol