Von Cello

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Rock - Classic | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 14   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A grooving song about open--mindedness, with an amazing jam at the end on celtar (cello played like a guitar). Another highlight is the druming during the breaks.

Story Behind the Song

In this song, Von Cello has created a sound that is pure authentic jam rock. You hardly notice that you are listening to a cello! In fact, you probably wouldn't even know it, if no one told you. Yet, once you realize it, you see that you are listening to something amazing. This is not a "hey look what I can do on the cello" song. This is a great jam rock sound, that just happens to be led by a cello. With only cello, bass and drums, the sound is completely full and rocking! The words are about keeping an open mind in the face of world dominating religions...including atheism!

Lyrics

You tell me someone sat under a tree,
and saw all you can see.
You say he meditated day and night,
and left a path for me.

(Chorus)
You tell me your truth but I don't know.
Should I buy it just 'cause you say so?
You sound positive but I don't know.
I'm the type who likes to take it slow.

You tell me someone suffered long ago,
and gave his life for me.
You say that if I just believe in him,
of sin I will be free.

(Chorus)

You tell me someone sang about a world,
no heaven and no hell.
You say belief's a relic of the past,
a useless magic spell.

(Chorus)

Take it slow. Take it slow.
Take it slow. Take it slow.

Song Length
6:30
Genres
Rock - Funk, Rock - Progressive Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
In High Spirits, Joyful

Subject Matter
Religion, Liberal, Progressive

Similar Artists
The Grateful Dead, Rush
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Aaron Minsky
Music Credits Aaron Minsky
Producer Credits Aaron Minsky
Publisher Credits Aaron Minsky
Performance Credits Von Cello
Label Credits Orange Dawg