‘I think I’ve played this game before’
Said the dreamer to the realist
‘I get to close my eyes and count to 10
Before you shoot this guitarist?’

‘There is no time for your pointless make believe
All I want from you are facts
My world knows only black and white
And fantasy distracts
Imagination counts for nothing
The same goes for creativity that you call art
You’re a waste of space’ he said to me
Adding, ‘I’ve no heart but I am smart’

I got to open my eyes just in time
To look up at a free-view sky
Saw a rainbow and a flock of birds
Smiled and told him, ‘Art will never die
Art will live for ever
Not like you or I
Art is in everything there is
Natural or created it’ll never say goodbye’

Here’s my number from my ‘The Forgotten Daughter Of Zeus’ album. It’s called ‘Decider’. The album can be downloaded via BANDCAMP or, as I’ve just discovered (!) at AMAZON when searching ‘Zoolon Audio Albums’. I hope you enjoy;

If you’re interested in my inexpensive PROMO VIDEOS FOR AUTHORS  hit the link here or aim at the one at the top of this blog.

As ever, if any poets out there are interested in having their poems turned into songs then click here to check it out: POETRY TO SONG

If you are looking for all my other music then you’ll find it to download on BANDCAMP or you can stream and/or make a playlist of it on SPOTIFY

If you’re thinking about new t-shirts and similar for yourself, here’s my collection you might be interested in ZOOLON’S MERCHANDISE

Copyright © 2019 Music; 2020 Words; Zoolon Audio. All rights reserved. Unauthorised copying, reproduction, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting prohibited.

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George Blamey-Steeden

Guitarist / Songwriter from the UK. I have a First-Class BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology. You check out my music via Bandcamp.

17 thoughts on “A FREE-VIEW SKY”

  1. I will tell you time and time again .. your words lyrics are awesome., every poem I read of yours , I wish I had written .
    The music calls for an encore. The pics are way out of the world. Good stuff, George.

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  2. Your comment “There’s art to be had anywhere” is apt; one we are increasingly discovering in our restricted neighbourhoods (thanks to the pandemic!). How I laughed at the first photograph though: our town is largely centred on education (several schools and a university), it is unsurprising to find pairs of running shoes tied together slung over a number of high wires. The campus has, however, been empty for nearly a year as remote teaching had to take the place of ordinary campus life (again, thanks to the pandemic). The town limps along without the influx of young people, the laces are rotting away in the elements, and the shoes are falling … falling … falling from the high wires of the exuberance that launched them there.

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    1. Thank you, Anne. The art of lost shoes does it for me, and you’re right. If we look upward just about anywhere there’s always hanging shoes, yet we never see the artist. Like another kind of Banksy. Thanks again ~ George


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