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Trapped in your mind, the swirling thoughts of dreams and woes surround your every aspiration and whim.
It consumes your attention, and plagues your thoughts, leaving you stranded... alone.
Only the subtle glow from the radio and it's lucid tones, hold you on the edge of reality.
It is here we laugh and cry, relate and hate all at the drop of a solitary note.
Someone seems to relate to us and hears our pleas.

Save us all...
We are trapped with music in our minds.

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Trapped with Music in my Mind...

Sunday, December 25, 2005

I have loved this song since I was little. I think that if I had to choose, I'd go back to the old Winter Solstice holiday instead... no not because of the belief issue... but because the majority of the traditions we currently use for Christmas are derrived from Winter Solstice (Holly & Ivy, the 'Christmas Tree', the Yule log, 12th Night, ect...) This song reminds me more of the warm, comforting things about the season. That, and it's more rustic and earthy. Yeah, the Holly & Ivy song is singing about how it's all about Christ's death and all, but to be honest, the reason it was a Winter Solstice item was because it was a symbol that life will be renewed in the spring and that there is hope of rebirth of the nature that surrounds us. To be honest, I like this more simplistic reason to celebrate than for anything commercial or the overboard religious tones that people put on this time of year. *shrugs* I like the song... we're not here to talk about my beliefs (not in this page anyway) we're here for the music. ;)

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