Saturday, November 18, 2006

True to myself

Canción playera, I say. Puede que algo sepa el muchacho, I say.
El es hijo de Bob Marley, I say, e hizo unas canciones que se hicieron conocidas hace tiempo, como "Look who's dancing" y "Tomorrow people". Demás que las ponen en fiestas "ochenteras", I say.

True to myself

Life has come a long way since yesterday I say
and its not the same old thing over again I say
just do what you feel and don't you fool yourself I say
cause I can't make you happy unless I am I say I say I

got to be true to myself got to be true to myself

day in day out I've asked many questions I say
only to find the truth it never changes I say
if you don't deal with it it keeps killing you a little by little I say
call me selfish if you will my life I alone can live I say I say I

got to be true to myself got to be true to myself

I don't care if it hurts I'm tired of lies and all these games
I've reached a point in life no longer can I be this way
don't come crying to me I too have shed my share of tears
I'm moving on yes I'm grooving on well I'm finally free I've

got to be true to myself got to be true to myself
got to be true to myself got to be true to myself

Words and music by David Marley

Monday, November 13, 2006

Bailando sin salir de casa
Best of Even Stevphen

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Mc Ewan

"It's a commonplace of pareting and modern genetics that parents have little or no influence on the characters of their children. You never know who you are going to get. Opportunities, health, prospects, accent, table manners - these might lie within your power to shape. But what really determines the sort of person who's coming to live with you is which sperm finds which egg, how the cards in two packs are chosen, then how they are shuffled, halved and spliced at the moment of recombination. Cheerfull or neurotic, kind or greedy, curious or dull, expansive or shy and anywhere in between; it can be quite an affront to parental self-regard, just how much of the work has alredy been done."
Mac Ewan, Ian, Saturday, pagina 25, 2005, Anchor Books, NY.

"The bigger you think, the crapier it looks. (...) When we go on about the big things, the political situation, global warming, world poverty, it all looks like really terible, with nothing getting better, nothing to ook forward to. But when I think small, closer in, you know, a girl I've just met, or this song we're going to do with Chas, or snowboarding next month, then it looks great. So this is going to be my motto - think small."
Mac Ewan, Ian, Saturday,pagina 35, 2005, Anchor Books, NY.
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