Jeffers
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Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #23
It's a revelatory philosophical analysis, a critique of preachers of doom, and a statement about the union of polar opposites, because when our "eye is single" we can see the divine reality.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak position #86
A song pointing out that the purpose of religion should be to unite humanity and produce peace and a sense of oneness -- not to divide people with the idea that their religion is superior.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #40
This song is somewhat autobiographical, while also meant as commentary on society's obsession with personal material wealth (as opposed to spiritual values that are in everyone's interests).
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #13
An honest declaration, because Jeffers sees the day when America's promise is fulfilled, when government becomes TRULY of the people, by the people, and for the people.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #13
It's a commentary on a society corrupted by a deceptive political ideology that breeds greed and lust for money. (And the line saying "hopin' for a hero, not another liar" was added in 2008.)
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #66
This song is to rebuke and refute theocratic right-wing preachers who think their religion is superior to all others and entitles them to rule.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #72
It's about freeing ourselves from the "self-made prison" we sometimes find ourselves in, and it's also about the fulfillment of our collective liberation from the forces of greed and self-interest.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #57
This song was written with certain people in mind, particularly the homeless and those who ignore the homeless. For as we treat the least of our fellow human beings, so we treat our very Self, in the spiritual sense.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #21
The divine reality is right here at hand, but we are blind to it for many reasons, most of which are egocentric, and most of which produce conflict and division. So this song is a call to see the world with a "single eye," in a new, unifying Light.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #61
We are here to learn the lessons we need, but it seems we are led by trial and error. Sometimes we fall, and we suffer failures, setbacks and afflictions. But we can take it all in stride, and overcome.
Album: Just Wait and See Peak in sub-genre #57
A love song, about seeing who the "other" really is. (Photo of Jeffers and his new wife in 1981 when he was 40 years old.)
A song with the homeless in mind. But it's not against private property. It's commentary against greed and profiteering, and a plea for a New Homestead Act to create new eco villages, farms and communities to alleviate poverty and homelessness.
Peak in sub-genre #82
This is included just so you can hear what Jeffers' voice sounded like in 1982, when he was 41 and just married to his 3rd wife, and to show you the original version of the song. He revised the lyrics slightly when he recorded it more recently.
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