🎵 Music That Moves You

Just one mind . . . . . . . .

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Amen brother :slightly_smiling_face:

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The two were quite different, as I recall except for the FBI connection. The series is six episodes and are about the same quality with some really good insights into Navajo culture and plenty of action. The second season is pretty good too and the female deputy, as well as other women in the cast, really shine. I’m ready for season 3. Solid B to B+

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tough not to laugh at the pun

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"I don’t want anyone to talk to me about love anymore
No quiero que más nadie me hable de amor

I’m tired, I already know all those tricks
Ya me cansé, to’ esos trucos ya me los sé

I went through those pains, yeh, yeh, yeh
Esos dolores los pasé, yeh, yeh, yeh

I don’t want anyone to talk to me about love anymore
No quiero que más nadie me hable de amor

I’m tired, I already know all those tricks
Ya me cansé, to’ esos trucos ya me los sé

I went through those pains
Esos dolores los pasé
Today I secretly hate you, first of all I confess
Hoy te odio en el secreto, ante todo lo confieso

If I could I would ask you to return all the kisses I gave you
Si pudiera te pidiera que devuelva’ to’ los besos que te di

The ‘word’ and all the time I lost
La’ palabra’ y todo el tiempo que perdí

I regret a thousand times having trusted you (huh)
Me arrepiento una y mil veces de haber confiao’ en ti (huh)

I would like you to feel the way I feel (I feel)
Quisiera que te sientas como yo me siento (siento)

I would like to be like you, without feeling
Quisiera ser como tú, sin sentimiento

I would like to get you out of my thoughts
Quisiera sacarte de mi pensamiento

I would like to change the ending of the story
Quisiera cambiarle el final al cuento

The bars and drinks have witnessed
Las barras y los tragos han sido testigo’

Of the pain you caused me and everything you did with me
Del dolor que me causaste y to’ lo que hiciste conmigo

An unhappy person in love who still doesn’t get over you
Un infeliz en el amor que aún no te supera

And now he walks alone without anyone on all the sidewalks
Y que ahora camina solo sin nadie por to’as las acera’

Asking God if love really exists
Preguntándole a Dios si en verdad el amor existe

And why if I was so good at all this shit you made me
Y por qué si yo era tan bueno to’a esta mierda tú me hiciste

The most stupid thing is that you see everything as a joke
Lo más cabrón es que tú ves todo como un chiste

I will always curse the day you were born
Siempre voy a maldecir el día en que naciste

The chocolates that I gave you and all the flowers
Los chocolates que te di y todas las flores

Nowadays they become a nightmare and pain.
Se convierten hoy en día en pesadilla’ y dolore’

I’ve already lost faith that you’ll get better’
Ya yo perdí la fe de que tú mejore’

If after the rain the rainbow comes out but without color, yeh
Si después de la lluvia sale el arcoíri’ pero sin colore’, yeh
I don’t want anyone to talk to me about love anymore
No quiero que más nadie me hable de amor

I’m tired, I already know all those tricks
Ya me cansé, to’ esos trucos ya me los sé

I went through those pains, yeh, yeh, yeh
Esos dolores los pasé, yeh, yeh, yeh

I don’t want anyone to talk to me about love anymore
No quiero que más nadie me hable de amor

I’m tired, I already know all those tricks
Ya me cansé, to’ esos trucos ya me los sé

I went through those pains, yeh, yeh, yeh
Esos dolores los pasé, yeh, yeh, yeh"

Not a fan of singing, but cool he translated it to the beat:
Bad Bunny - Amorfoda (ENGLISH TRANSLATION)

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The Land of the Navajo

Spinnin’ off of the Navajo connection.
“Old and in the Way” is early 70’s hippie bluegrass. Jerry Garcia of Grateful Dead fame on banjo, David Grissman of the David Grissman Quintet on Mandolin and Vassar Clements on fiddle. Peter Rowan wrote and sings these songs.

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@_Nighthawk999. Ah yes, the trials and tribulations of the American male alcoholic. It’s a tough life dude. :joy:

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Zen Gospel Singing! :joy:

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beloved @fenwizard did you know there’s a prophecy by the native Indians: “one day, the children of those who made this, will sing our songs”… it’s happening all over the world. Also here in Portugal, through a Lakota lineage that I came across with from the power of my heart, and sing with them almost every week. we do sacred saunas, vision quests, sun dances… :heart_eyes:

the spirit is very ALIVE! :feather: :feather: :feather:
somethings just never die…

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Dont say that to any Indians…

:upside_down_face:But yes, I agree with you, the song is too ‘Victimhood chic’, but I thought the following puns were quite punny:

“Pour me”
“last call”
“Heartbreak Proof”

The music video paints a less melodramatic image of the song:

Not my favorite song of his but its on the radio all the time so its grown on me. this one is fav:

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Way back when I would listen to this album before going onto the football field to get concussions :smiling_face:.

Had quite a few, that plus the softball sized tumor that shrunk certain portions of my brain may be why I’m one of the weird ones. :slightly_smiling_face:

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My drum cover of ‘The Game’ by Disturbed, after a few kind words from their singer :alien::v::

Also, I think I shared this in the past, but next to me being able to play Panic attack by Dream Theatre and Hammerhead by The Offspring this is the hardest song I’ve dedicated myself to being able to play on the drums.

Edit: the other thing I’ve always found weird which this video reminded me of (from the introduction where it says ‘Disturbed Indestructible by Matthew Goetter’) was my pre-marital last name “Goetter” … (Goetter translation in English: gods, ... ). I found this one out while I was in my highschool german class and my teacher asked me if I knew what my last name meant. Since then I researched it a bit with AI and I think it means in the past there were preachers very close to God that were in my blood line.

Here are the other two songs that I put way to much effort into learning to play on the drums:

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@_NightHawk999. Ah yes, get your heartbroke and drink away the pain. Not the most enlightened approach but hey, who hasn’t been there and done that at some point. I know I have, many moons ago.

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Classic.

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No, its not very enlightened at all.

But I think setting the intention to move on is somewhat enlightened.

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I’ve sat on juries where this was the excuse for some things that were truly horrible. Nah, I don’t think we’ve all been there. Maybe part of the way there. For sure.

Yeah, what do they say about the road to hell? I think one has to be disposed to follow that intention, say by joining a 12 step program or something similar that adds action to the intention, aka disposition. Just my duce cents in what may be a private back and forth . . .

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Good point.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions is an idiom or proverb.

[meaning= “Most sources interpret this expression as meaning that good intentions are worthless unless followed up with action .& t nice thoughts and good feelings alone will not bring a positive end result to fruition”.]

Which historical figure is that proverb attributed to?
Was it the Buddha who said that?

I agree. Behavior and perseverance is very important along with a powerful intention.

Clean thoughts, speech, and actions. The Genius of this Trinity teaching on a deeper level I think is to see the interconnectedness of all 3, how they can build each other up, or break down or hinder each other.

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In my limited experience it is rarely a straight line . . . .

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