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Digital Prasad: beautiful springtime song!

March 21, 2008 by Lightwaves
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andrew1.jpgYDC participant Andrew Furman offers a song inspired by the sights and sounds of Spring.

Including sounds of Yasodhara Ashram, this song also features the musical talents of Andrew Furman, Andriko Lozowy, Catherina Harms, Elizabeth Taylor, and Michael McCarthy.

Lyrics:

andrew2.jpgThe snow is melting on the ground, the mountain creek carries the spring on down. Every drop must return to the deep, even those that come up, when you weep, so just drop those fears and take this leap year, dear.

Spring is springing up, all around, the birds are singing of the new love they’ve found. When you thaw out and you feel brand new, singing is the right thing to do. And if you listen you can hear Krishna’s flute singing too, he’s calling you.

Drip drip drip drip from the roof.
Springtime is nearly here.

[mp3]http://www.yasodhara.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/Spring.mp3[/mp3]


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  1. I wish the lyric writer and guitar player had sung the song alone so it could be as pure and peaceful and light as the lyrics and the birdsong. That band of summer camp style singing out of tune and unremarkable voices rather spoilt the effect…. Better luck next time. Shanti! Peace!

    Comment by Tamara Dragadze — March 22, 2008 @ 5:52 pm

  2. Better luck next time? This song captures the spontaneity and joy of singing in the moment and making artistic expression an offering. This song reminds me of singing in the temple, where amongst 80 people, maybe a handful are on key, but the love and joy and inspiration in the voices shatter my ego that looks for perfection with discontent.
    Oh Tamara! I wish you can hear the joy in all offerings!

    Comment by Michael — March 26, 2008 @ 12:48 pm

  3. The jumbled togetherness of a thaw in the valley. A 70’s super-8 ad of a Koootenay wildlife film. George re-writing Across the Universe from his sweetgrass grave.
    kudos and karma

    Comment by Redark — April 20, 2008 @ 10:08 am

  4. I closed my eyes and opened my heart and the liquid warmth of sound poured into my soul filling me with LOVE…and that, my dears, is as perfect as all the wishing trees in Heaven. Andrew – much Love to you and your crew. Thank you for putting your energies into creating such beauty. Peace.

    Comment by Ryan Kovacsik — April 20, 2008 @ 2:27 pm

  5. Thank you for giving sound to Love.

    Comment by Dana — April 26, 2008 @ 9:44 am

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