Idaho – God’s Green Earth

26 Apr, 2014

Album: Year After Year (1993), Caroline

During the daily canter, chased by tasks and tempted by possibilities, we do not catch a chance to follow, how our lives are running year after year. There is not even time to slow down to feel the power of a precious moment because of doubts of what else we might miss by that time. The ceremonially wistful music of Idaho has the power to soothe my flustered mind and puts my feet back on the ground for a while.

 

 

[-]  [+]  Lyrics:


To worn to stalk and prey
Never notice what’s unbound
Rake the isle clean
Just to puncture through this ground

Break away
Fortune sleeps somewhere
Push aside
Do not wake up yet

Enough to stain the eye
These dripping words don’t lie
Forever round the coils
That hang above a sky

Break away
Fortune sleeps somewhere
Push aside
Do not wake up yet

Tearing out the weeds to remember what was there

 

Songwriters: Idaho

 

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Rasto
Rasto

I have always liked to discover new and also forgotten sounds and enthusiastically share it with anyone who was willing to listen to my passion, without any genre prejudices. Writing a blog about music is my way of paying back some of the energy I‘ve received from music over the years.

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