Of Trivial And Gargantuan

by Rivers Of England

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'A beautiful album that nourishes the soul through pure musicality and sublimely sensitive songwriting. A gargantuan triumph.' (Chris Vaudin)

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released April 25, 2014

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"SONGS & WHISPERS" Bremen, Germany

"SONGS & WHISPERS" is a live - music and artist development network.

We present live music music in befriended places in Europe. We are putting on shows with international and local artist and are covering the genres: Alternative Folk, Alternative Country, Americana, Bluegrass, Singer-Songwriter and some unclassifiable music too.

"Songs & Whispers" live videos: www.youtube.com/songsandwhispers.
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Track Name: Selfless People
"Selfless People"

'You thought you'd go in your own direction.
One day you made a rare connection.
Seeking praise never your intention.
Your strength beat apprehension.

Never one for the photo shoot -
you'd wear nothing than a pinstripe suit.
You're more aware than the average clown -
You never settled in the dull small town.

You followed Gandhi since your mother died,
you swam against a swelling tied,
you went to help the weak and afflicted -
you never thought you'd become addicted.

Many years in a foreign place;
the many crimes of the human race.
You never needed to hear the applause,
you're a saint with a noble cause.

You're an unsung hero,
where would the world be
without the loving things you do?
You put your arms around the world
and you bear it out, you bear it out, you bear it out again.

On your own you set a fine example,
where others found too large a handful.
Surely others too should bear the pain -
It's you that meant the world would gain.

Many years in a foreign place;
the many crimes of the human race.
You never needed to hear the applause,
You're a saint with a noble cause.

You're an unsung hero,
where would the world be
without the loving things you do?
You put your arms around the world
and you bear it out, you bear it out, you bear it out again.'