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Moan No More clip 3 2m12s
To know one more roam want more on roam on more.
Want two want more on roam. Want to know one one more moan.
One more moan numb moan no one wants to know.
No one wants to know what no one knows no more.

Run to no one run to no one run to roam to run to roam.
Want to run to one to run to run one run on.
Run to roam run to roam over and over and overrun to
Run to roam and on and on to one more.
Run to roam to two run more to run to roam and more and on.
Run to no one two to one who more in mind runs on.
Run in to roam more moan no more roam no more.
No one more owns no one. more in mind more in mind.
Roam home moan no more no one more to roam to moan.
One more moan to roam to run to moan no more to want to own no more.
More in mind. run to one to want to run on home. run to two run to roam
To moan no more. moan no more no one to one who roams to run no more.
Run to one over under. run to roam to two over under no one own no one wonder.
Wander over under wonder who knows more know no more. to want one want two
Short Song Description:
The text reminds me a bit of Gertrude Stein, although it was not a conscious decision on my part to emulate her. Perhaps G. Stein-meets-Gregorian Chant in a Steve Reich/Philip Glass living room? The small changes in text occur in a similar fashion as Meisner Technique, a mirroring exercise for actors in which each actor imitates the other until one's interpretation takes over and changes the words. The music emanates from the text. The form of the composition becomes a function of the substance.
Long Song Description:
The pitched consonants "m, n, r" are central
elements common to much of the text.
The words, in turn, generate implied meanings from their combinations, creating a collage of storytelling embedded in the music, rather than a narrative or poetic lyric in a traditional sense.
Song Length: 2:12
Primary Genre: Classical-Contemporary
Secondary Genre: -