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If we're gonna survive I gotta let go of you I'm sorry that it took me so long To open up and tell you the truth. The operation's on Moving forward We don't know where we're going But we're on out way. So raise the alarm Moving forward We don't know where we're going We're going a long way. If we're gonna survive I gotta let go of you I'm sorry that it took me so long To open up and tell you the truth.
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(Don't Worry) If There's a Hell Below, We're All Going to Go" is a funk/soul song originally recorded by Curtis Mayfield for his album Curtis (1970). The song was meant to serve as a warning regarding the state of race relations and the tempest growing in America's inner cities. The song begins with a woman proclaiming the virtues of the Bible's "Book of Revelation" over an introduction of fuzz-bass guitar and conga drums.
For the rest of us, we've only dreamed about a world in which Priuses and Ford pick-up trucks go whizzing overhead every second of the day. A world where there's no rush hour traffic, because the space above us is limitless (well, the part with breathable air has its limits, but you get what we're saying). At the end of Back to the Future, Doc, Marty, and Jennifer are readying to take a trip to 2015
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On Sunday, Holly Macve played her first show in the United States. Two nights later, behind the bustling Austin event space Palm Door on Sabine, the 20-year-old songwriter from County Galway in Ireland sang us a lullaby. Her song "Sycamore Tree" ponders the future while longing for the past: "One day when I'm old with my past behind me, I want to lay down in the shade of the same old sycamore tree," she sings.