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Hum ‘Stars’

Posted: February 7, 2018 in lyrics, music, Uncategorized
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Stars

She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she’s out back counting stars.
She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she’s out back counting stars.

She’s not at work, she’s not at school,
She’s not in bed, I think I finally broke her.
I bring her home everything I want, and nothing that she needs.

I thought she’d be there holding daisies, she always waits for me.
She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she’s out back counting stars.

I found her out back sitting naked looking up and looking dead.
A crumpled yellow piece of paper, with seven nines and tens.

I thought she’d be there holding daisies, she always waits for me.
She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she’s out back counting stars.

I thought you’d be there holding daisies, you always wait for me.
She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she’s out back counting stars.

-Hum

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starryseattle

This is a novelty¬†painting I did of one of my favorite cities in the world: Seattle. I did it in the style of Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting ‘Starry Night.’

I purposely made it look like ‘Starry Night’ as an homage to both:¬†one of my favorite artists and one of my favorite cities.

http://roz-abellera.artistwebsites.com/featured/starry-night-over-seattle-roz-abellera-art.html

–Roz Abellera

http://www.eyeofroz.com

Starry Night.jpg

Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ is an intensely personal testament. After studying for the ministry, Vincent became a pastor in a depressed Belgian coal mining district. In the last decade of his tempestuous life, however, he found his true calling in art and painting.

A demonic worker, he threw himself into his art with the zeal of a medieval saint. ‘Starry Night,’ one of his last paintings, reaches upward from the sleeping earth by way of the writhing, twisting, flamelike forms of the cypress tree, church steeple, and heaving hills to merge with the incandescent sky where he finds his release and mystical union with the infinite. (Fleming, Arts & Ideas, 7th Edition, 1986)

“For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of stars makes me dream.” -Vincent Van Gogh

http://www.redbubble.com/people/rozabellera/works/11452046-starry-night-by-vincent-van-gogh-reproduction?c=325635-famous-art-reproductions-van-gogh

-Roz Barron Abellera

http://www.EyeOfRoz.com