Gathered in a Circle (EP)

by just mouse

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released October 17, 2014

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just mouse Doylestown, Pennsylvania

progressive folk blues opera. Sonic strength for rebel rodents. The most eclectic show you will ever know.

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Track Name: Beginning of Survival
If you remember the sun and the thought of daily bread,
If you remember history, remember, it's still in your head.

Life - re-adapting,
Cleansing and decomposing.
Memories retained:
We're all that remains.
Track Name: The Passing of Crazy Horse
There they go, all alone;
Two old people with their horses in the snow.
They will not say where.
A white-faced bay and a brown mare.
A buckskin pulls the body,
They will not say where.

It doesn't matter where his body lies now,
It is just grass and dirt,
But where his spirit is:
It is a good place to be!
Track Name: The Worm
Technology will rust, cultural achievements burn;
Buildings crumble to dust, history eaten by the Worm.

All in all - the wind and rain,
All in all - will grow again,
All in all - wind on the grass,
All in all - all things pass,
The earth, only, endures.
Track Name: Shaman Facing South
The soul clings to memories -
childhood, love, wind over the grass,
thunder coming down from the mountains.
Remembering spring, he forgets winter
and falls into a waking dream;
Remembering summer, he forgets the dream
and walks with the spirits;
Remembering autumn, takes advice from them
and returns with the harvest;
Remembering winter, his knowledge is a fire
and warms the people
gathered in a circle.