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Every Single Evening's Plot (electronic)
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I am eager to present you the result of my latest collaboration with my fellow musician from St. Petersburg known as Badrak. He composed music for this piece of my poetry recorded earlier, and now occasional evening reflections go along with a tune!
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April/Badrak
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April/Badrak
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August 16, 2010
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MP3 3.1 MB, 128 kbps, 3:21
Story behind the song
A poem with the same title, written in early 2009 out of momentary despair on the verge of carelessness, is now turned to a song.
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I closed the door of my dirty old flat, I went outside for a short evening stroll. I bought some cheap hooch and a condom instead. I'd only arrived when I heard a phone call. It was so persistent, so deafening loud. Who failed to forget me? I wanted to know. I took a deep breath for a desperate shout, Picked up the receiver: "Hello! Hello?" Just silence. An error? Wrong number? Or what? A quick thought of you. Stupid me! Would you care? I started to feel all the spirits I'd bought Dissolve in my blood, neutralizing despair. In less than an hour my neighbours arrived And asked me for something they needed. Okay. I gave them a condom and bade them hot night - I wouldn't have sex for some number more days. I spent the next hour listening to moans, But envy and anger were still neutralized. I'd made through the day, and I'd done it alone. The neighbours calmed down. I closed my eyes.
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