On the video: “Today I feel like this song” with “Nocturne of Love” from Marcus D

“Today I feel like this song…
Feeling alive, feeling strong, feeling deeply.
Thinking again of finding the true love.
That thought that appears in my mind when I was young.
Thought that have been worn, fading away with times.
Wondering if it’s dreaming to hope to find my soul mate;
In this world of consumerism, money values, materialistic and selfish world.

Am I right to keep hoping that Faith, God or the Universe will grant me that dream?
Because if it exist, I think it’s not meant for everyone.
Would it be meant for me?

No need to be in couple, just because one feels alone.
No need to pretend to love, just to have sex.
No need to lie, just for not telling someone I feel no real love.

Preferring to die alone, then to pretend having that feeling all long.

Wondering alone again, cats aside, looking at the times flowing…
Because Today I feel like this song;
Feeling alive, feeling strong, feeling deeply.
Thinking again of finding the true love.”

-Romston, July 20th, 2012
Written with the song: “Nocture of love” from Marcus D



On the video: Comme Toujours from Lemongrass



On the video: Take My Soul from Mind In A Box

Lyrics:

now you’re sitting in your room,
staring into space.
your hair is long and shaggy,
your clothes torn to shreds.
the TV an endless stream of commercials,
chat logs filling up the screen beside.

you remember the day on a meadow.

you can see the details, every little thing.
but you can’t remember what it felt like,
you’re not feeling anything.

it’s a movie without sound.
your haggard face flashes up with lightning,
creepy shadows reflect your soul.

take my soul, consume me whole.
I’m no part of this world.
take my love, and hold it close.
I can’t be without you anymore.

you are sitting in the scenery of your dream.
your clothes are neat and clean,
your hair cut, your chin smooth.

the scene is as beautiful as a painting,
but there are no people or living things.
it’s as meaningless and empty as your gaze.

you lose yourself in this dead world.
you think you’re living in your dream,
but there’s nothing in it.
you’re feeling nothing. nothing.
you seem complacent but there is nothing there.


“Fat Jon the Ample Soul Physician (born on August 8, 1969 as John Marshall) is an American hip hop producer. He is also credited with some of the music in the anime series Samurai Champloo.” -Wikipedia.org


On the video: Soundgirl Personal from Fat Jon
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