Wednesday, November 11, 2015

She’s Crying to Bears Killed One In Five People 
Only the rain knows why she's crying 
Only mathematics and bear know why these men are crying 



She’s Crying (lyrical poem) 

She’s crying She’s crying
In darkness relying
Sweet victim of lying
To cover her dying
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Her fate she’s denying
She’s crying She’s crying
Pain’s sorrow applying
She’s crying She’s crying
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She loved him so
How could she know
His hand he’d show
To make tears flow
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She’s crying She’s crying
Her dreams are left flying
She’s past point of trying
More chances applying
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What’s real she’s defying
She’s crying She’s crying
For truth left her sighing
She’s crying She’s crying
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When love did go
How could he know
What soon would grow
From painful blow
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She’s crying She’s crying
With horror allying
From sanity shying
To now she is vying
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Her boyfriend now lying
She’s crying She’s crying
In blood he’s there dying
She’s crying She’s crying



(Some more words waiting for a song. If you are a song writer, looking for some lyrics, help yourself. To make your job easy, I've kept the beats real tight. Another example of "special effect". We are drawn into the misery of a woman losing the one she loves. It isn't till the end the whole darkness is revealed. - One of the worst Masonic funerals I have done was for a brother who died while defending his home and his family. The story was related to me by a family member. It seems, one night while sleeping, the wife heard the noise of someone trying to enter the house. The husband went for his shotgun as the wife called for the police. As the husband went outside he fired his gun, hoping to scare off the intruders. The wife, hearing the shots and not knowing who was firing, rushed to her husband's side. The intruders, instead of fleeing returned fire. The wife, rushing to her husband's side, saw him being shot down. This story was related to me less than an hour before I was to perform. It was a closed casket funeral.)


To capture some of the madness: 
The Swingle Singers performing Piazzolla "Libertango"

A good laugh might be in order - but let's not forget about the bear 


The first Teddy Bear, then called Bruins, showed signs of appearing on the scene when Margarete Steiff registered patents for 23 of her soft toy designs. It wasn't a Teddy Bear in a man's kitchen that started an uproar among a group of friends. It was a real bear! A real hungry bear. But fear not. Bears only kill 1 in 5 people. (Actually, only 61 people across North America since 1900. Our chances of being killed by a domestic dog, bees, or lightning are vastly greater; than being killed by a bear.) But for the sake of this video, let's go along with the 1 in 5 figure. 
The calm friend is obviously an accountant. "What If Bears Killed One In Five People?" 

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