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Sparse acoustic, vocal, drum.

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- by David Elias

Measuring the body
Measuring the water
Simplifying everything
Things you never thought of
Leaving all the reasons
Leaving minds behind

Maple leaves fall through me
Fragile paper chimes
Gently by the water
Kneeling at the stream
The source of all that holds me
The dream within a dream

Stepping through the pages
Stepping back through time
The silk the stars the hills the farms
Lay me in your arms
Pull me to the bottom
Pull me through your door

Silence ticks by
Nothing moves
Nothing stirs
Nothing sleeps


released July 13, 2018
Music and Lyrics by David Elias
© 2018 All Rights Reserved Worldwide

YouTube Video by David Elias: youtu.be/5PAG8XTukB4

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Shots of full moon setting behind Mauna Loa on the Big Island, Hawaii were taken early morning. Mauna Loa is the largest mountain mass on the planet rising a total of over 56,000 feet from its base on the ocean floor to its summit at around 13,500 feet above sea level. Mt. Everest is 29,029 ft. above sea level.

Mauna Loa means "Long Mountain" and its size is hard to get perspective on even when you are facing it like I was that morning. It is in fact more cubic meters in volume than the entire Sierra Nevada range in California or the entire Cascades range in the Northwest on the US Mainland.

To see a video of my walk to the summit of Mauna Loa, watch "Poor Polly" on Youtube at: youtu.be/Ze2TB1E_qcs

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