Wispoman

Wispoman

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Rock - Indie/Low-Fi | Rochester, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 20   
Member Since: 2003
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Song Description

This is a song about connecting to the chthonic nature of life. To feel at ease with the dark, acknowledging our inner selves, our fears and being calm and accepting. Can you find the Yoda quote?

Story Behind the Song

The wild places of the Pacific Northwest inspired this song. I enjoy the energies of trees. Religion without the Goddess is like a child without it's Mother. Also about trying to be more open and connecting with people.

Lyrics

Down where Old Man's Beard
grows thickest on the Pine
She calls me
In the darkest crease alone inside
Time to come home
Can you feel the pull?
What's inside? Only what you take with you
Time to come home
I don't want to say
there's something I wish I'd said

Song Length
2:51
Genre
Rock - Indie/Low-Fi
Tempo / Feel
Floating
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Welcoming

Subject Matter
Spirituality, Plants, Forest

Similar Artists
Beck, Laurie Anderson
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Brian Moffitt
Music Credits Brian Moffitt Cricket Fegan
Producer Credits Brian Moffitt
Performance Credits Brian Moffitt
Label Credits Brian Moffitt