A National Acrobat

I am the world that hides
The universal secret of all time
Destruction of the empty spaces
Is my one and only crime
I’ve lived a thousand times
I found out what it means to be believed
The thoughts and images
The unborn child that never was conceived

When little worlds collide
I’m trapped inside my embryonic cell
And flashing memories
Are cast into the never ending well
The name that scorns the face
The child that never sees the cause of man
The deathly darkness that
Belies the fate of those who never ran

You got to believe me
I’m talking to you
Well I know it’s hard for you
To know the reason why
And I know you’ll understand
More when it’s time to die
Don’t believe the life you have
Will be the only one
You have to let your body sleep
To let your soul live on

I want you to listen
I’m trying to get through

Love has given life to you
And now it’s your concern
Unseen eyes of inner life
Will make your soul return
Still I look but not to touch
The seeds of life are sown
Curtain of the future falls
The secret stays unknown

Just remember love is life
And hate is living death
Treat your life for what it’s worth
And live for every breath
Looking back I’ve lived and learned
But now I’m wondering
Here I wait and only guess
What this next life will bring

A Great Album Original Black Sabbath Never Recorded

Being a great “fan” of Black Sabbath, being Guitarist myself, i recommend to you an cool Album by ORCHID, called “Capricorn”. As you can see on the cover old sex buddy from the black witch woods appears on the cover, old pan. This is a Sabbath clone and not. The singer does not really sounds like ozzy, but he has this wonderful ability of 70’s rock vocalists to sometimes all over dominate the whole soundwall created by his fellow musicians. Talking about that, the sound is thick and fat as fuck, excluding super distorted guitars, but a good mix, sounding 70’s style, but its digital, sometimes the hi-hat sounds like a drumcomputer. Nonetheless this album is in my own eyes a masterpiece. Put on your coolest 70’s dress, light up some incense, take your favourite drug, and listen to this album. you won’t be dissapointed, guaranteed.