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Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. What does this song mean to you? Over joy I could cry a thousand tears Til they'd all run dry And in your love, I could lose track of the years The fire intensifies And, oh i feel your depth of devotion Pulling me under to the depths of the ocean with you Your love is like the river My soul is like the sea Open and full of waves of emotion As your love, your love flows into me In my life most everything will come and go Life is a season of change But in my life, it puts a smile on my face to know That your love, your love, your love remains the same Like the sunshine You remain in my heart and my soul and my mind Related.
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Album Notes. While she covers standards like "Shenandoah", her own material falls closer to the writing of Tori Amos.
Andy Baum - Love flows Songtext
Simple arrangements with piano, acoustice guitar, light percussion and vocals cradle each song. Every original song seems like a collection of short stories, with vivid images strung together with Siersema's airy soprano as narrator. Her lyrics are refreshingly creative and free of cliches. Interspersed with the songs are short spoken word pieces that sometimes serve as an introduction to the upcoming song. Thankfully, they are short which makes for better repeated listening.
The highlight of this CD is a hauntingly beautiful version of "Five Hundred Miles", sung over a rolling piano and cello. Eugene Friesen's cello is wonderful here, especially the stunning solo in the middle of the song. There's an intimacy to the productions of this release, as if she's sitting in the room with you. This is a fine second CD from this New England based singer-songwriter.
THE CD: Her voice beckons mercilessly to the physical world like the bodiless spirit that haunts the mansion on a faraway hill. Wanderers beware SUMMARY: Not that Laura meant to create something with a sinister quality to it, but this CD gives the impression that we are being followed by spirits whose main goal is to somehow change us.
The reason, unknown. We can sense that the changes may not be warranted or wanted No matter. It's enough to know that, after years of searching, she has found both the voice and the courage to sing them. A person committed to plumbing the depths of her unconscious, Siersema taps its creative energy with poetry, songwriting, and piano playing.
Her crystal-clear voice and skill at the keyboard entice the listener into a journey both reflective and emotional. It wasn't always that way. Raised in Amherst County, Va.
Love Flows Like A River To The Sea (Radio Version)
Naturally, she was singing, playing ukulele, guitar and piano at an early age. She and a friend would be called out on stage during events headlined by her parents, such as Hootenanny Night at the Lion's Club. Then, at 11, her father's job was transferred to western Florida. The family followed and, somehow, Siersema lost the courage for music.
Jacintha - Love Flows Like A River (HMR)
She became a cheerleader, the good student. She took a year of classical piano lessons. But, other needs called. After graduating from high school she went to college to become a doctor. To give them something of obvious worth. She called her parents. She moved to New York City.
The seeds of change had been sown, however. She'd written her first lyrics on a napkin in nursing class. In New York, she had a piano in her apartment. She started learning about different types of singing. She met the first of two therapists whose help would prove pivotal. She continued to capture her dreams in a journal.
In all, she would spend seven years in nursing, either in hospice or in psychiatrics. Nursing did not trouble her - it just wasn't enough.
Tuck & Patti:Love Flows Like A River Lyrics
It took a while, but one day she dumped her nursing books into her apartment's incinerator. They dropped seven floors. She left for Boston. Siersema continued to do nursing in the summers to pay the bills while in school. But the main thing was the music.
It was at Berklee that she found her voice: as a songwriter, a poet and a singer. Her singing voice, says Siersema, was the most deeply buried of her creative energies. Professional singing lessons helped it emerge, yet offering it up publicly continues to tax her courage. She felt forced by the deadline of completing school work.
She wasn't yet adept at plumbing her unconscious. I don't think it's something you are deliberate about except in that discipline of waiting for things to appear," she said. She discovered its power at Berklee and got in the habit of picking a word or phrase - sometimes by pointing at a newspaper - and then seeing where it took her. Siersema keeps these fragments, waiting for them to come together into a finished work. Her graduation from Berklee was about two years distant before she captured the phrase that would become the first lyric of her CD's title song.
She remembers waking up in bed, reaching for the paper.
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- Los Sistemas de las Esferas Espirituales (Spanish Edition).
- Dance of the Blessed Spirits (from Orfeo ed Euridice);
- Heiko racing (German Edition).
It was dark, yet there was enough light to see.