Posted by Ben Naga
I see women here, yes, but no black folk yet.
One day before I pass over? Il faut espérer.
Posted on April 15, 2015, in Music and tagged Desire, Great music, Lust, Racism, Sex, Sexism. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
If it wasn’t for blacks and their music Nashville wouldn’t exist as it is today, but getting them to admit it would be difficult.
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Hope springs eternal though, hence my comment below the video.
Being the only white guy here in a radius of some miles I think, it doesn’t seem to matter. The only thing is the performance really blew me away when I clicked on it this morning. Great! Thank you
Yes, it’s a great display of both artistic skill and community that I wanted to share. OTOH I agree with New Hampshire Garden Solutions’ comment.
@”Il faut espérer.” – eh oui, Ben, comme on dit: l’espoir meurt le dernier… 🙂
May hope never die
But be the one to host
The joyful celebration
Of dreams come true
And of achievements
As yet undreamt of
MUSIC IS THE THING
Keeps your nerves jumping
Twitter fingers to the beat
Hearing sounds of joy
You can’t beat a drum
To set your pulse pulsating
… The heart of it all
I sense a flowing
Smoothness of movement silent
One is all and all is one.
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