Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Become Whatever...

become whatever

some say it ain't much to do at all
some say i'd rather wait than react at all
your ache will return
and your soul will resign
i know that your resistance will be strong
and if you wanna
become whatever you want
want whatever you want to
do whatever you like to do
and you can become whatever you want
want whatever you like to do
all the way through
believe your decisions won't be wrong
reply to those who care
cause it'll make you strong
you will reform yourself again
your ache wasn't there just to hurt
no you don't have to be afraid now
once you receive
no you don't have to be disguised now
you didn't do wrong
and if you wanna go there
you have to let it out again
now maybe you should go there
you have to let it out all the way through
and if you wanna go there
you have to let it out again
now if you wanna go there
now all the way through
now all the way through



Become Whatever by Grand Tone Music

Still not feeling great about a lot of things. Only slept for about 2 hours last night. It's a horrible feeling when you try to sleep and starting thinking in circles. This song made me feel a little better.

If anyone remembers the band Salt from the mid 90's post grunge era, Grand Tone Music has the same lead singer. Salt's Ausculate album is one of my all time favorites. After a few years of trying to find more info about them, I stumbled across the lead singer's name(Nina Ramsby) on Amazon. After a little more searching I found THIS amazing website(along with the corresponding Yahoo newsgroup). Since then, her music is pretty much all I've been listening to(the fact that I don't have the speakers on my computer set up and that most of my Cd's are in boxes doesn't help). Grand Tone Music's Album "Go To Hell" is almost exactly how I feel at the moment. It's sad and slow, but uplifting at the same time. Kind of weird to be depressed and optimistic at the same time. I dunno. That's me.

'slater,

Luthor...werd

1 comment:

Dan said...

Man, I love "Lids" more than I can say. I've got a thing for throaty-voiced female singers, I know. It's a weakness. But a *good* weakness. ;-)