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A song about freedom, love, justice and peace.

Special credit to Johnny Katchoolik (katchoolik) for providing a rock solid soundtrack (called "Speechless") upon which the lyrics and vocals were built.

Comments from Johnny: " 'Speechless' was done about 5 years ago in Seattle. I used a 78 Ovation guitar and a Korg D-8 to record it. The drum and bass tracks were made with a Zoom rhythmtrakk. I mixed it down to a minidisk where it has remained for all those years. The original track is sadly gone, I would have loved to be able to remix it or add some tracks. Oh well. Thanks to all the people that helped work on the song."

Instrumental soundbed: Johnny Katchoolik. Lyrics: Richard Schletty and Jack Miller. Vocals and arrangement: Richard Schletty and Jack Miller. Mixing: Richard Schletty.

Postludes Trio is a collaborative music project spearheaded by Richard Schletty (rschletty) and Jack Miller (dadai). Thanks to these folks who gave us feedback during the process: Tobin Mueller (TobinMueller), Craig Bakay (snowdragon), Bill Furner (thetiler), Robert C. Andrews (rcandrews) and Johannes Alvinder (LillNisse). (www.macjams.com user names in parentheses).

Song art by Schletty. Adapted from mural entitled "Grasped by the Spirit": http://www.schletty.com/holyspirit/graspedbythespirit1.htm

Best unheeded advice Schletty received while producing this came from Todd Laumer: "Very impressive although, in my humble and uneducated opinion, try not to enunciate so much...get a little little more nasal, try garbling of words or phrases, and you're ready for commercial success!"
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Lyrics
Breakout

People, get your game on.
Take it to the streets or take it to the court of the world.
People, get your flame on,
burning with desire to feel the warmth of love unfurled.

Hear the vibrations of sovereign nations
respecting each other as we do our mother.
Breakout to freedom with this plan to lead 'em:
the rules of forbearance as taught by our parents.

Ungodly stories of cold-blooded glories
become a new epic, a love epidemic.
Legions of terror befouling the air
swept away by an almighty wind's scent.

Don't you burn out!
Light the fire, pass the torch, let your radiance be showing.
People, time to turn out!
Trash your talk, make your play, this is love's time to be flowing.

Let's break this obsession with heartless oppression.
The sum of all heroes divided by zeroes.
Riches and power despoil and devour.
Is reason misplaced? Does grace have no taste?

Some have been treated, some feel defeated.
Let's burn with desire to take this world higher.
Breakout to freedom, fast break to love.
Stakeout for justice, release the dove!

[2x with multi-part vocal harmonies]
Some have been treated, some feel defeated.
Let's burn with desire to take this world higher.
Breakout to freedom, fast break to love.
Stakeout for justice, release the dove!

[instrumental break]

[2x with "breakout" choral lead-ins]
Some have been treated, some feel defeated.
Let's burn with desire to take this world higher.
Breakout to freedom, fast break to love.
Stakeout for justice, release the dove!

Lyrics: (c)2005 Richard Schletty and Jack Miller
Song Stats
Hits: 7845
Comments: 69
Fans: 14
Plays: 614
Downloads: 312
Votes: 33
Uploaded: Jul 03, 2005 - 07:41:38 AM
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2005 - 04:04:38 PM Last Played: Apr 17, 2019 - 11:16:39 PM
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Hardware:
Katchoolik: 78 Ovation guitar, Korg D-8, Zoom rhythmtrakk.
Schletty: Audio-Technica AT3035 mic, Digidesign Mbox, G4/500 MHz/768 MB DRAM
Software:
Apple Logic Express 7.1
Comments
perceptualvortex said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Excellent
The whole thing is great; the lyrics, singing and music. I especially like the vocal melodies and that lovely tasteful 'instrumental break'. Amazing job you guys.
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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Excellent
Thanks, Percept. We're happy you like it.

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perceptualvortex said 5031 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Way too catchy
By the way, I think the chorus to this song is permanently stuck in my head. Keeps popping up in the middle of my thoughts...
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Postludes Trio said 5031 days ago (July 13th, 2005)
Way too catchy
Excellent! That is the mark of a Top 40 song! Percept, same thing happened
to me and Jack. So, this song is going nowhere fast? - RCS

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said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
yeah
Hey Richard, i really like what you've done
with my song here, great vocals and lyrics.
Thanks for this great effort.
Cheers



Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
yeah
Johnny: Really, your instrumental soundbed was so powerful, it took me
about five weeks to work up the courage to attempt to write words to lay over
it.

My initial approach to the lyrics was to tell about the first time I met my
wife (who was wearing a burgundy sweater)...it would have been called "Love
Burgundy". A song about love at first sight. I still may finish writing this song
but with a different instrumental arrangement.

My alternate approach to the lyrics started out with a basketball "fast break"
theme (as an effort to get the attention of Stephen Braitsch at
blueprintfilms.com who is making a documentary film about the new
international basketball league...I did not get the film scoring job.). Dadai
(Jack Miller) suggested "break out" as a way to temper the sports phrasing, as
the song began to focus entirely on "freedom, peace, love and justice"...with
fewer and fewer allusions to competition sports. Snowdragon (Craig Bakay)
told me to drop an awful phrase I had come up with: "High fives for win-win
will keep this orb spinnin". Thanks to both these jammers for helping me
pursue a consistently high level of prose in the song. And thanks to
rcandrews for telling me to step away from the mic for a day, then come back
and "stop the room".

-RCS

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said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Rich & Johnny..
What an amazing song you two have created. First... Johnny,
I really love your guitar soundbed and that guitar solo is
just classic! Did I mention how much I like that guitar solo?
Yes.

Rich, nothing but kudos from me on a wonderful bit of song
writing. Your listed me in the song writing credits... well, let
everyone know I played a very minor role. This is Richard's
creation both lyrics and melody and arrangement.
Likewise on the vocals. Except for a little vocal riffing at
the end, it is all Rschletty.

So that being said, congratulations rschletty and Katchoolik
for a really moving, thought provoking, energetic, rocking,
and very cool song.

I can't get that ending chorus refrain outa my head, love it!

Jack
Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Rich & Johnny..
Well, Jack, it's not just your minor role in this particular song that earned you
a credit line. It's our collaboration on songwriting since the summer of 2004
that helped me to put this piece together. I feel we're a bit like Lennon and
McCartney...prodding each other along. A year ago, I didn't know how to
produce a song. A big thank you to all the other MacJammers who have
helped me develop my musicianship. This community is the best.

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Cameron said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
great collab
What an excellent combination of talent on this song!

Katchoolik has built a strong, solid and imaginative
foundation for your lyrics and vocals. Everything rocks
along in a very pleasing way; all the elements fit together
just right.

The mix is full and very well balanced.

I like the subtle changes-of-pace between the verses and
chorus. Nice guitar!

Great job, everyone.
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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
great collab
Cameron: Thanks for detailing what you like about the song.

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_nderscore said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
yeah.
now here's a song with a message-don't give up, keep
pushing for the good stuff, just maybe.. i couldn't help
getting hung up on the 2nd stanza. live8 aside, it seems to
be saying it's all going to be done 'our way'. too many 'rules',
kinda bugs me. that's okay-i get the meaning. i really dug
the little guitar solo thing in there, dadai's vox at the end
gave it a nice finish. nice job, rich
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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
yeah.
Regarding "rules of forbearance as taught by our parents": I simply want to
encourage parents to teach their kids love and civility. In my dictionary,
forbearance means "indulgence toward offenders or enemies; the exercise of
patience". I see too many children in our world toting arms and shouting
epithets largely because parents and mentors have taught them to hate
instead of love. I am encouraging parents to take responsibility for teaching
values to their children. This phrase almost goes against the grain of the
"breakout" cry but I felt that a call for freedom, peace and justice needs to be
tempered by kindness. -RCS

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said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
yeah.
_nder...

I'm glad you liked my bit of vox riffing at the end. A very small part, but I
enjoyed doing it immensely!

Jack

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Making melody with your heart...
fairy beth said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
brilliant
those lyrics blow me away... great message. Wonderful
vocals from you boys. The harmonies work brilliantly.
Rockin guitar playin too. well done!
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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
brilliant
fairy beth, thanks for listening and commenting. -RCS

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said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
By the way.... that artwork!
Rich,
Give yourself mention in the above credits for your original
artwork that served as the basis for that cool song art!
Out of the mouths of babes!

Jack
Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
By the way.... that artwork!
I added a credit line for the artwork in Song Description above. -RCS

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Tom Atwood said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Takes me back
This has a true 60s pop sound to me. Not retro, but very
authentic. As if it is new music from the 60s or 70s. Very
bright, passionate, energetic vocals and harmonies.
Excellent guitar break. Another great collaborative effort
from you Postludes guys.

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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Takes me back
Thanks, Atwood. We appreciate your kind words.

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ziti said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
every ounce
of work you guys put into this shows in the final product.
It sounds great!!! Congrats rs and dadai and cool
katchoolic!!!!!


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said 5037 days ago (July 7th, 2005)
every ounce
Your approbation is making us smile, ziti.
stevel said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Marvellous!
Great track guys...very pleasurable to listen to, all the
vocal and instrumental parts are fab.
S
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Postludes Trio said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
Marvellous!
The pleasure is ours in being able to offer this immediately and directly to the
world without the hassles of post-production and marketing. We love
technology.

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thetiler said 5041 days ago (July 3rd, 2005)
lots of nice things in there
Love the guitar lead and how well it fits in. Your singing is
fun to listen to. Great words.
Terrific tune!

Nice job you-all
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said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
lots of nice things in there
Thanks, Tiler, for your words of encouragement. Especially for encouraging
me to sustain my phrase endings while singing this song. You have a great
ear for all facets of music making.
said 5041 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Excellent
Nice break away from Shakespeare.
Interesting mix of your vocals with Mr. K's soundbed.
Dare I say this reminded me of a subdued version of the
Turtles?
said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Excellent
Yep, a break from Shakespeare. I knew we could do it!
Mcboy said 5041 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
boss
trio, truly nice harmonies and lyrics, that smooth richard and
contrasting down home jack are great mix, smooth guitar
solo katkool!........favorite part is the break out part where
richard and dadai contrast the vocals so well....gentlemen ,
kool !
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said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
boss
Mcboy: I'm glad you like our dueling riffs. Dadai's part was a late addition
and I'm glad it worked out.
bronco said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Why
don't we hear this kind of music on the radio anymore.
Classic rock in the very finest use of the word. Great
arrangement, singing, guitar playing. Lyrics from Richard
that are intelligent and thoughtful. As everyone has
already raved about, Kachoolik's guitar solo just nails it.
Richard, your vocals are more straightforward here than I
have ever heard. You just keep learning and getting
better. If I could just get you down in the swamp for a
couple of weeks and let you absorb some of that juju I
think you would come out a superstar. Not that you aren't
great on this because you are! I'm going to give the song
a 10, other 9,9,9. And Jack thanks for keeping the boy on
target here and your vocals at the end were way cool.
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said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Why
We're blushing. Very kind words. Thank you.
said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Why
Responding to Mcboy and Bronco regarding my vocals at the end of the
song:

Never has one gotten such nice praise for so little contribution.
Thanks!

Jack

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Making melody with your heart...
said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Why
Well, Jack. Here is something Katchoolik told me the other day. It took him
only 40 minutes to record the instrumental soundtrack for Breakout. So, I
guess I was the 95% perspiration and you two were the 5% inspiration.
DeputyDoofy said 5040 days ago (July 4th, 2005)
Spectacular!
Really, really excellent tune. Great job, guys!!
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said 5039 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
Spectacular!
Thanks, deputy.
TobinMueller said 5040 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
Your best vocals to date
Very smooth mix. You did a good job evening out the
vocal line, compared to the pre-mix you sent me. Gives
the lyrics more power. This could be your best vocals so
far. My favorite part is the guitar solo, tho; such a mellow
sound and nicely played section. Consider having the solo
continue over the repeated vamp ending.
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said 5040 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
Your best vocals to date
Thanks, Tobin. I know my singing in the early part of the song is still a bit
"pushy" as far as velocity of breath and being too didactic for some ears. It's
the way I feel about the issue of injustice and lack of concord in this beautiful
world. I feel it is something to shout about. However, as the song progresses,
the exhortations of the lead singer become more mellow and harmonious.
Not a progression I had pre-planned...it simply evolved that way as I worked
on the vocals from beginning to end in sequential order. I like your idea of
overlaying a guitar solo in the closing measures. Unfortunately, Katchoolik
only has a composite bounce of the soundtrack he did five years ago. The
original working tracks are gone. I will ask him if he can lay down a new git
solo to help finish out the song.
alley-oop said 5039 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
Wow!
Great job to all involved! Powerful lyrics. Strong vocals. Johnny's music brings out the best in everyone who becomes involved with his work. Truely inspired song. Richard and Jack, singing is superb.
Johnny Ray you're the man, brother
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Postludes Trio said 5039 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
Wow!
Thanks, alley-oop. Yes, Johnny's powerful instrumentation drew this out of
me. I could not have conceived this song on my own. Long live the MacJams
collaborative spirit!

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snowdragon said 5039 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
See
I told you lyrics version 6,473 was the one to go with.
Oh, and can I borrow the marbles for a tune, I think I feel
a bout of enunciitis coming on.

Seriously Rich, I know how you sweated over this one and
it was worth it.

I especially liked the vocals playing off one another near
the end.

And, after I got a chance to actually listen to the music as
opposed to editorializing on the merits of this lyric vrs
that one, I've gained a substantial appreciation for Katch's
abilities. In particular, I liked the melodic solo which
reminded me of some Dickie Betts stuff or the pre-Walsh
Eagles feel.
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said 5039 days ago (July 5th, 2005)
See
Enunciitis...got that right. It has plagued me. I switched to grapefruit. The
marbles didn't help much. Thanks for laying down some comments,
snowdragon.
said 5037 days ago (July 7th, 2005)
See
the guitar solo reminded me also of Dicky Betts of the Allman Brothers.
Reminscent of "Blue Skies." I really like it... kudos Johnny Katchoolik!
Snow, your humor does hit the nail on the head.

Jack

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Making melody with your heart...
Drew Kopr said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Kachoolie!
Great tune man! It sounds good, especially considering the age of the track. I like the guitar solo and sound. The balance, tone and levels are right on. The vocal tracks over the music are well done and have no pitchiness. Postludes is an interesting concept--I wonder if the music would sound differently if no ludes were involved, or pre-ludes. Last time I ate a lude, i could barely stay awake. Just kidding dude! Great track and I enjoyed this very much! I ranked highly, but apparently so many people have voted, it did not raise it very much. D/L as well.
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said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Kachoolie!
Drew: I'm glad you enjoy our song. But please, no more lude comments. :-)
EdensEve said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Testimonies
Your song, plus TobinMueller's new one with his son, and several others are very thrilling testimonies. Makes me feel good about the future of things. Thank you for being such a postive, happy, thinking and sure-handed guy. Your voice always makes me feel good.
said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Testimonies
EdensEve: As always, you are very supportive of my vocalizing. I try to bring
everything I have to the mic. Music is the best way for me to share my joys
and sorrows. Isn't MacJams great? It's an enabling place for so many.
said 5038 days ago (July 6th, 2005)
Outdone yourselves
Your voice is in tip-top form here, Rich. Jack, ditto. Nice
lyrical style from the both of you. Johnny K, very nice
soundbed from which to springboard this song into the
magnitude it has reached. Those harmonies in the middle
are awesome. Guitar solo is not too fancy, and really fits
the mood. The vocal counterpoint towards the ending
works really well. Bravo to the three of you!
said 5037 days ago (July 7th, 2005)
Outdone yourselves
We're happy, Alimar, that you like this. I knew you'd like those harmonies! A
little bit freewheeling but I guess that's the feeling I was after. A "breakout"
moment is not necessarily perfectly timed or balanced. It's all about passion,
sweat, going out on a shaky limb, upsetting a tidy apple cart or two. Know
what I mean? This song has a whole other layer I'm not talking about. But
maybe you get my drift.
Jim Lujan said 5037 days ago (July 7th, 2005)
nice
2 words: Schletty rocks.
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said 5036 days ago (July 8th, 2005)
nice
2 more words: thanks, Jim.
jedwards said 5036 days ago (July 8th, 2005)
Provoking
The title says it all. We drift along in the stupor of our everyday imagined importance on a course of who knows where. Breakout awakens our inborn sensibilities, tugging at us throughout the piece, releasing us only momentarily during the instumental break.
Very well done.
said 5036 days ago (July 8th, 2005)
Provoking
Thanks, Johnny. I'm glad you were prodded and poked a bit by this song. Yes,
it is about stepping outside your comfort zone to help promote peace.
aclarke said 5036 days ago (July 8th, 2005)
Top notch!
This is just simply a fantastic, wonderfully done song.
Excellent everything! Go schletts!
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said 5036 days ago (July 8th, 2005)
Top notch!
Well, Katchoolik did a wonderful thing by offering up his soundtrack for
collaboration. Luckily, it turned out...with a little help from my friends.
Thanks, aclarke.
puffbob said 5035 days ago (July 9th, 2005)
Wake me up!
Good job boys, but not my thing. Thanks for sharing though.............
PB
said 5034 days ago (July 10th, 2005)
Wake me up!
Puffbob: Thanks for dropping in to listen and comment.
Cori Ander said 5029 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Great
Thank you for this one! It swings really good. And as I
mentioned in prev feedback, I just adore that guitar solo.
It's soooo cool! I would have liked to hear it more, for
another two minutes or so.

And the "jammy" ending I like a lot, the orchestra is
sounding really live there. I wouldn't mind if that part had
continued for a longer while.

The backup guitar during chorus is so perfectly sensible
all the time (is that the same guitarist as in the solo? Who
is it!?!). I would feel very comfortable and in good mood to
play in a band with such a backup. In my taste the backup
section should have been mixed up there, it swings so
good!

In the ending, finally, my favourite guitar comes back and
again I have wished to hear more, but this time the tune
teases me by fading out very fast, way to soon.

Summing-up; a superb track and all my objections has
been about wanting MORE of it, or specific aspects of it!
Good job!
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Cori Ander said 5029 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Oh yes..
Looking back on other peoples comments I see that there are more people
diggin the guitar solo. I also got the answer, it is Katchoolik who does it! Do you
mean it is done five years ago?
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said 5028 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Oh yes..
Yes, all of the instrumentation was done about year 2000, as Katchoolik
noted in the Song Description above. All of the vocals were done in June and
July of 2005.
said 5028 days ago (July 16th, 2005)
Great
Johannes: Thank you for your comments while we were mixing this and your
comments now. If you hadn't left to go on a 3-week vacation, we would have
done better! You're right. The guitar solo needs to be reprised the end. I have
already started to extend the song as you and others have suggested. I will
post a new version soon.
said 5022 days ago (July 23rd, 2005)
My wife gives this song....
two thumbs up. She is a tough critic and likes this a lot.
She thinks it your best vocal song... and really likes the
lyrics and the message. Her compliments on the vocals
very much include all your layering and harmonies.
Her kudos extend to the guitar solo and music soundbed
as well. Way to go.

Jack
said 5021 days ago (July 23rd, 2005)
My wife gives this song....
Jack: My thanks to Barb for her kind comments. I appreciate your taking the
time to note them.
Einarus said 5015 days ago (July 29th, 2005)
Great
Great work all around!
Bravo!
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magullo said 4972 days ago (September 10th, 2005)
Nice!!!
I love the chorus section. Good progression at the end. NICE!!
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said 4908 days ago (November 13th, 2005)
Cooo Song!
I just broke out of the house and threw a rock into the pond! Nice my cat and dog were wagging their tails in unison to this one! Hahaha!
EZamor said 4557 days ago (October 30th, 2006)
very catchy!!
an out and out slice of musical greatness! the chorus and solo are nothing short of pop perfection.
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spitlogic said 3541 days ago (August 11th, 2009)
Great
Love it. Fav'd.
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Dadai.2 said 3541 days ago (August 11th, 2009)
oh yeah....

you and Johnny made a good one here. I really like this song... the feel and spirit are hopeful and the music rocks.

Jack
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Richard_Schletty said 3541 days ago (August 11th, 2009)
Adapt

Don't forget your contribution to development of the lyrics, Jack. Much appreciated. I was hoping to adapt this song for the Pope Day Concert in Warsaw on 10-11-2009. But I guess I don't exactly know how.
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