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New Songs for 9-11-2001

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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-2001
From: Genie
Date: 10 Sep 11 - 10:41 AM

Wondering if there are any new new songs for 9-11 -- for the 10th anniversary retrospective.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-2001
From: Bert
Date: 25 Jul 11 - 08:50 PM

I just found this thread.

Just after 911 you couldn't buy a flag anywhere and a family across town made one of their own.

Here is my song about it. The tune is pretty much 'Home on the Range' bent a bit to fit the meter.

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The Flag with a thousand stars.

Our country has been through some times that are sad
Our President said we should all fly the flag
but in this town of ours, not a flag can be had,
a flag with the stripes and stars.

A family that lives out on Route 29
Although they'd been searching for such a long time
in all of the county not a flag could they find
that bore the stripes and the stars.

A white sheet from the closet they couldn't go wrong
Scarlet ribbons they stole from an old Christmas song
But even though they searched hard and long
They couldn't find any stars.

'Till at last in a store in an old remnant pile,
They found a remnant that made them all smile
The thing they'd been searching for all of the while
some cotton all covered with stars.

Now the stars were too small, but they thought it might do
It was just the right size and the cotton was blue
So they sewed it together and hung it in view,
A flag with a thousand stars.

Now if Route 29's on your daily commute
Look out for that flag it's really quite cute
and as you drive by, don't forget to salute
The Flag with a Thousand Stars.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-2001
From: maeve
Date: 25 Jul 11 - 08:37 PM

Saul, I see the lyrics for "There Are No Words" here:http://www.mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=120609#2624820

May I suggest that you send a PM to Charley Noble, who appears to have posted it originally? Sometimes it takes quite a while for the appropriate people to see a request such as yours when hidden n a longer thread like this.

Good luck,
Maeve


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-2001
From: saulgoldie
Date: 25 Jul 11 - 08:17 PM

No one?


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: saulgoldie
Date: 22 Jul 11 - 09:53 PM

I want to learn "There Are No Words." Does anyone have the chords? Thanks.

Saul


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 24 May 11 - 12:03 AM

This video is a very informal recording. Rather sloppy, in fact. (The last chorus should say "... tears in our eyes .., " not "dust in our eyes," for example.)
But it does show how the melody and lyrics fit together.

The lyrics posted earlier in this thread represent an earlier stage in the evolution of this song.

Video: "Valley Of The Towering Shadows"

VALLEY OF THE TOWERING SHADOWS
(R. Jeanene Pratt © 2001, 2002

On our journey to the promised land, /
Ambushed by an unseen outlaw band, /
Most of us survived, but so many fell that day, /        
Many sisters, brothers perished in the fray. /

In shock, anguish, terror and dread, /
Vision blurred -- couldn't see the road ahead -- /
We knew it was a crossroads; nothing more was clear. /
Couldn/t find our way through the smoke and our tears. /  

    
Could we make it through the Valley of the Shadow? /
Could we move ahead in spite of all our fears? /
Could we feel beyond the hate?  Could we see our way clear? /                
Could we reach beyond our rage,  see the way through our tears? /

Wed been living in a garden, rich beyond compare. /
Some had called it the promised land and wanted to stay there. /                           
But there is no promised land when there is want outside the wall  /             
And the dream is "liberty and justice for all, /      

So we said, "Even through the Valley Of the Shadow, /
Well move a-head in spite of fear--  /      
Dust in our eyes, eyes on the prize,   /        
The promised land worth all our toil and tears."/         
                    
Then the  skyline on fire, the smoke and the screams,  /            
Buildings crumbling with untold hearts and dreams!   /   
Some of us were cowering, frozen in our tracks. /  
Many cried for vengeance!    Some   said we   must turn back. /         
 

Through The Valley Of the Towering Shadows, /
Could we move ahead in   spite of all our fears? /
Could we feel beyond the hate?  Could we see our way clear, /  
Reach beyond our rage,  See the way through our tears? /

Now, once more we're moving, anger justified, /         
Assured that God is   on our   side, /                
But have we got our bearings enough to comprehend /
Just where we're going, where it all might end? /

Is the garden now the Valley Of The Shadow?   /    
Will tomorrow be hostage to fear?  /     
Are we guided more by hate or by all that we hold dear? /
Can we channel this rage, see the way through our tears? /

Yes,  even through The Valley Of The Shadow, /
We'll move ahead in  spite of fears.  /      
Tears in our eyes,  eyes on the prize, /          
The promised land, the   hope of all the years. /
Tears in our eyes,  eyes on the prize,   /              
The promised land, the hope   of all the years. /     Valley Of The Towering Shadows YouTube recording, with one mistake in the lyrics of the last verse.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: oldhippie
Date: 13 Sep 09 - 08:48 PM

Don't know if its a relatively new song about 9-11 or just new to me,- "Flight 93" by Leslie Fish.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: katlaughing
Date: 12 Sep 09 - 11:08 PM

Joyce, thanks for sharing. BEAUTIFUL and very powerful and I love the message. What a beautiful, powerful voice you have to go with those lyrics, too! Perfect. Well complimented by your picking, too. May all who hear it, agree and join in hope, song, and perseverance.


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Subject: LYD ADD: Not Another Mother's Son/Father's Daughte
From: sing4peace
Date: 12 Sep 09 - 10:23 PM

I wrote this song in tribute to the women and men of a group called September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows (www.peacefultomorrows.com) and in memory of a young man named Michael Andrade who was the first Rhode Islander to die in Iraq. It was written to describe the "World Says No To War" marches that happened in over 670 cities around the world on February 15, 2003 preceding the US invasion of Iraq.

NOT ANOTHER MOTHER'S SON - NOT ANOTHER FATHER'S DAUGHTER
By Joyce Katzberg c) White Rose Music

It was early in the morning
when the sound of people marching
broke my slumber and my dreaming
with this song that they were singing...

Chorus: Not Another Mother's Son
Not Another Father's Daughter
In the name of all that's holy
put an end to all this slaughter
not another mother's son
not another father's daughter.

Before my eyes and in my ears
the images and pleadings
of those who've seen the horror
of the human family bleeding
they were marching one by one
but together they were millions
from the hills and from the valleys
and the song that they were singing...

Chorus: not another mother's son...

Some were old and some were older
some wore gold and some wore rags
some with babies some with banners
many nations many flags
all the colors of the rainbow
were reflected on their faces
in unison and harmony
they kept right on with singing...

Chorus: Not another mother's son...

It was early in the morning
when the sound of people marching
broke my slumber and my dreaming
with a song that they were singing
this march goes on and on
with no end and no beginning
for an end to endless war
join this song that we are singing...

Not another mother's son
not another father's daughter
in the name of all that's holy
put an end to all this slaughter
not another mother's son
not another father's daughter.



There is a live version of this song at www.myspace.com/joycekatzberg

Your sister in hope and song,
Joyce


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Subject: video: Valley Of The Towering Shadows
From: Genie
Date: 12 Sep 09 - 06:53 AM

The tune for my 9-11-01 song can be found at YouTube now. (It's a lousy video, but it does show basically how the song should sound (except for one word in the last chorus which I sang wrong). The title is "Valley Of Towering Shadows."


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 11 Sep 07 - 01:54 PM

Since Iraq had nothing to do with the attacks on 9-11-07, ard mhacha, how about a separate thread for songs dealing with the tragedy of this invasion and occupation of their country?

Peace


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: ard mhacha
Date: 11 Sep 07 - 04:26 AM

Would some of you wonderful people now pen a poem or song for the thousands of Iraqi innocents who died in a unnecessary war.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 11 Sep 07 - 01:59 AM

For what it's worth (which is not much), this thread has various preliminary forumulations of a song I was writing in response to the 9-11-01 attacks, but not the final version. That finished song is here:
.

G


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 10 Sep 07 - 09:27 PM

I thought it would be interesting to revisit the various songs we wrote back in late Sept. and the fall of 2001 now, 6 years later.

The dust has cleared somewhat, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Amergin
Date: 09 Mar 02 - 02:28 AM

OOPS! thanks JoeClone for fixing my line breaks....I must have forgotten them...oh well...but thank you!

and thanks to Genie and Capri for your kind words....

Mary and Guest...those were wonderful!


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,mgarvey@pacifier.com
Date: 01 Mar 02 - 08:34 PM

I just have a little one, based on maxims...the tune is somewhat like Where am I to go..

Love is in the air dear people love is in the air
I feel it everywhere dear people feel it everywhere

Hope is on the rise dear people hope is on the rise
I see it in your eyes dear people see it in your eyes

Faith will pull us through dear people faith will pull us through
There's so much left to do dear people so much left to do

Things are on the mend dear people things are on the mend
I hear it in the wind dear people hear it in the wind

Time will heal our wounds dear people time will heal our wounds
It might take many moons dear people might take many moons

Spring will come again dear people spring will come again
It's as it's ever been dear people as it's ever been

mg


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST
Date: 01 Mar 02 - 06:54 PM

On Orders from God (only verse 2 relates to 9/11)

1. When they cut off the world
Couldn't blame them at all
'Cause it made 'em feel cheap
And it made 'em feel small
But the voice that they heeded
It was just someone's pride
And a little boy suffered
Little Samuel died
CHORUS: Won't you give 'em a sign?
Bring sight to their eyes
Show them that love
Is the light of your way
Please do it soon
Awwh, why not today?
They're saying a baby was starved on orders from God.
2. Lynn was just twenty-five
On a flight to L A
She and Sean dreamed of sunshine
But they flew on the wrong day
September eleventh
In year twenty-oh-one
Young loves tossed in fire
When the horror was done
CHORUS: Give Osama a sign
Bring sight to his eyes
Show him that love
Is the light of your way
Please do it soon
Awwh, why not today?
He's saying the innocents died on orders from God.
On orders from God
On orders from God
The devil, I say, when he tells me his orders're from God.
3. Hear God's voice in the breezes
In the roar of the sea
In the pulse of our heartbeats
In the buzz of a bee
It don't ask for killing
It don't ask for strife
It's a hymn to existence
It's the mystery of life
CHO: Won't you give me a sign
etc.
I'm so tired of madness posing as orders from God.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 01 Mar 02 - 04:40 AM

Great poem, Amergin!

I'm glad this thread has been refreshed by your entry. I would hate to see folks stop writing new songs about 9-11 or the ones that folks wrote at the time forgotten just because some time has passed.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: CapriUni
Date: 28 Feb 02 - 04:38 PM

Wow! Amergin, that was beautiful!


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Amergin
Date: 28 Feb 02 - 04:09 PM

Not exactly a song but here goes....

Daddy, I turned 6 today

Hello, Daddy, I turned six today
We had a party and Jimmy and Tommy were there
We had strawberry cake and chocolate ice cream
Uncle John sang Happy Birthday on his guitar
I got a bicycle and a red fire engine
But the thing I wanted most I did not receive
For when the two towers came tumbling down
You gave all that you had to give

Hello, Daddy, I graduated today
You should have seen us in the robes of black
As we sauntered down the theater aisles
Tassles swinging back and forth with each step
Arm and arm with my partner in life, Mary
I saw your shadow sitting by mom, hand upon her arm
As I looked up to see mom with tears in her eyes
Wishing that you could have been there in flesh
Wishing that hose towers never fell from the skies

Hello, Daddy, I got married today
To red headed Mary my partner for life
Her smile glistened encased in white lace
As the Father stood before us, making her my wife
Mom sat right up there in front of the crowd
Next to an empty chair where you should have been
But I knew you were there with us, watching
Shouting congratulations! upon the summer wind

Hello, Daddy, you're a grandfather now
Fine young boy that we named after you
He is a good 8 pounds and six ounces
He can scream louder than an engine, too
I think he will grow to be a fine man
Strong of heart and soul he will be
He will wear the badge of the fireman
Like his old man, and my father before me


Line breaks added. --JoeClone


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Tweed
Date: 10 Nov 01 - 03:01 PM

Here's what came outta me the day after the attack. It's badly recorded and don't mind the coughing in the middle as I was gettin' over pneumonia that week.

Tweed's 911



It opens with window media for me but I'm not sure about the others. It's a little sad sounding but it was a real sad day.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: The Shambles
Date: 10 Nov 01 - 04:26 AM

Hiders In Holes

These hiders from light
Talk boldly of fight
They tell an unconvincing story

These hiders in caves
Send young men to their graves
To die, they believe in glory

What is this cause?
These holy wars!
You may choose to pay the ultimate price
But do the misused?
Have the right to choose?
Those who will share their sacrifice?


These hiders in holes
These sellers of souls
These market dealers in doom

Hiders behind skirts
They nurture their hurts
With arms that reach out from the gloom

Why the cry?
An eye for an eye!
That retribution be both swift and ruthless?
Is it the master plan?
That each and every land
Be filled with the blinded and the toothless?


These hiders can lie
The dark blinding their eyes
Safe from those that would kill them

These hiders may hide
They're safe inside
Let them have their holes……and then fill them

Roger Gall 2001


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 07 Nov 01 - 12:02 AM

You do that, too, eh, Jeri? (cf the "harmony" notes)
Thanks for the post.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Jeri
Date: 06 Nov 01 - 10:05 PM

I would still love to have the tune for Remember Me, posted by GUEST above.

Genie, the tune that seems to best fit the one I wrote is Three Score and Ten. I've never sung it, and it seems to be past its shelf life at this point, anyway. This one's probably better, but I still don't think anyone's ever going to sing it. (More about the start of the war than the terrorist attacks.) Here's the tune - "harmony" notes indicate indecisivenes as to the melody, not really an attempt at harmony.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 06 Nov 01 - 09:29 PM

MMario,
I really like your lyrics, way above in this thread. Can you post a MIDI of the tune?

Jeri, I'm toying around with melodies for yours.

From the post, "Songs of Hope ? Songs Listing." here are some clickies

September 11, 2001 ? Julie Gold http://www.gadflyrecords.com New York City 911 ? Dan Bern Guitar and Vocals: Dan Bern here
here

Spirit of Flight Nine-Three ? Darryl Matson/Atz Kilcher Vocals: Atz Kilcher here

My Heart ? Tommy Sands here

A Song for America ? Fish Altieri here

Eye for an Eye ? Pat Surface here

Rise Up ? Dave Stancliff here

Eagle Flying High ? Golana Golana: here

Come Home ? Amanda Hill here

Gift in the Rubble - Cara Cohn here

A Dance in Time ? RonBari@aol.com

There Are No Words ? Kitty Donohoe here


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Arjay
Date: 04 Nov 01 - 04:20 AM

How about an update of "Bless 'Em All" dedicated both to our armed forces and to the wonderful firefighters and medical personnel who gave their lives in NYC trying to save the folks in the towers?

Ajay


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Tinker
Date: 01 Nov 01 - 01:55 PM

Had a wonderful conversations with Caroline Paton, Big Mick and others at Getaway about so many current issues and feelings. Left with with just as many unanswered questions, but with a surer feeling that if answers there be, they are still to be found in questions...

I WONDER tune: John Jacob Niles--I Wonder as I Wander

I wonder as I wander out under the sky
How so many people did come for to die
Just ordinary people like you and like I
I wonder as I wander out under the sky

"Twas just any morning out under the sun
As mothers and fathers to work they did run
When out of the sky with a crash and a flame
And the world that we know now will n'er be the same

I wonder as I wander out under the stars
How hatred so vile did travel so far
Choosing targets by chance, they were not known by name
And I wonder as I wander, just who is to blame


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Trapper
Date: 31 Oct 01 - 04:16 PM

Oops... didn't see this thread.

- Al

DAD'S WISDOM
Words and music by Al Boyce, (c) 10/25/2001


CHORUS:
Don't hit your brother
You know that it's wrong
Be nice to your sister
And try to get along.
It's a hot day, and a long trip
And we're a family
We need to take care of each other
And live in harmony.

On vacation in the Badlands
Driving down the Interstate
Four kids, a dog and my parents
In my dad's brand new V-8
After hours and hours of riding
And as nerves began to fray
We'd scrap with one another
My dad would reach around and say:

"I have a dream", he told us
As his voice pealed through the mall
Dr. Martin Luther King had seen
Peace and freedom for us all.
Though his sermon's words were different
More eloquent by far
My father's words came back to me
From the backseat of our car:

God returned last Tuesday
As the second Tower fell
On September the Eleventh
A day we know too well.
He saw brothers fighting brothers
He looked around and shook his head.
"Did you people ever listen
To a single word I said?"


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 28 Oct 01 - 02:54 PM

That big gap at the beginning of the post was where I typed in the HTML code for "preformat". Duh! OF COURSE, it didn't show up on the post! What I was saying is that I had used the preformatting HTML code when I posted chords above lyrics, but, despite that, the chord postitions shifted in transmission.
Maybe I'll have to try Amos's suggestion of composing in Netscape Composer first and then posting it. Maybe that will solve the formatting problems.
Genie


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 28 Oct 01 - 02:49 PM

There is another thread about how to post chords with lyrics. Good thing people are working on alternative methods, because the above post illustrates a common problem. I posted from a Word document with the chords right above the words where chord changes occur. I used the HTML "
 
" code, but my chords ended up way out of 'sync,' after I posted it!

Here's where the chords should be: ...... ................................ [G]On our [F]journey [C]to the promised [D7]land,
[G]We were vilely [Em]ambushed by an [C]unseen outlaw [D7]band.
[Em] Most of us survived it, but so [Am]many fell that day,
Many [D]sisters, many [D7]brothers [C]perished [D7]in the [G]fray.
...
Could we [G]make it Through The [F]Valley Of the [G]Shadow?
Could we [G#]move a[G]head in spite of all our [D7]fears?
Could we [Em]feel beyond the [Am]hate, could we see our way clear?
Could we [D]reach beyond our [D7]rage, See the [C]way [D7]through our [G]tears?

... Then the [F]sky was filled with [C]fire and we [F]heard the thousands [G]* scream,

...


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Genie
Date: 28 Oct 01 - 02:35 PM

This song was posted above, and I hope Joe (or a clone) can remove the earlier posting(s). I have shortened the song and made some other changes to the lyrics, as well as correcting errors in the chords posted. (I also hope the formatting survives transmission.
Genie

Valley Of the Shadow.  (Jeanene Pratt © 2001)

[G]...... [F]..........[C]...................... [D7]
On our journey to the promised land,
[G]...........................[Em].............................[C]............................[D7]
We were vilely ambushed by an unseen outlaw band.
[Em]..........................................[Am]
Most of us survived it, but so many fell that day,
.............[D]..........................[D7].............[C]..............[D7]........[G]
Many sisters, many brothers perished in the fray.

In shock and anguish, terror and dread,
Our vision blurred, we couldn't see the road ahead.
We knew it was a crossroads; beyond that it was not clear.
We couldn't find our direction through the smoke and our tears.

..............................[G]..........................................[F]..........................[D7]
Could we make it Through The Valley Of the Shadow?
..............................[G#]..........................[G]...............................[D7]
Could we move ahead in spite of all our fears?
.............................[Em]..............................................................[Am]
Could we feel beyond the hate, could we see our way clear
.........................[D]...............................[D7]..................[C].......[D7]..............[G]
Could we reach beyond our rage, See the way through our tears?

We'd been living in a garden, rich beyond compare--
Some had called it the promised land and wanted to stay there.
That there is no promised land when there is want outside the wall
And the dream is of liberty and justice for all."

So we said, "Even through the Valley Of the Shadow,
We'll move ahead in spite of all our fears.
Though there be dust in our eyes, keep your eyes on the prize,
The promised land worth all our toil and tears."

F] [C] [F] [G]*
Then the sky was filled with fire and we heard the thousands scream,
And we saw the buildings crumble with so many hearts and dreams!**
Now some of us are cowering, frozen in our tracks.
Many cry for vengeance! Some say we must turn back,

Can we make it through the Valley Of the Shadow?
Can we move ahead in spite of all our fears?
Can we feel beyond the hate, can we see our way clear
Can we reach beyond our rage, see the way through our tears?

Now, once again we're moving, our anger justified,
Assured in all our ardor that God is on our side,
But have we got our bearings enough to comprehend
Just where it is we're going, where it all might end?

Is the garden now the valley of the shadow?
Will tomorrow be hostage to fear?
Are we guided more by hate or by all that we hold dear?**
Can we channel this rage, see the way through our tears?

Yes, "Even Through The Valley Of the Shadow,
We'll move ahead in spite of fears.
Though there be tears in our eyes, keep your eyes on the prize,
The promised land, the dream of all the years."
Though there be tears in our eyes, keep your eyes on the prize,
The promised land, the dream of all the years."

*All choruses use the same chord pattern;the chord progression is the same on all verses, except for the first line of verse four.

**Alternate lyrics:

Verse four: "Then our world came crashing down, as from a terrible earthquake, And it seemed our faith might shatter like the buildings in its wake."

Next to last chorus: "Are we greater than this hate? Will the dream again be clear?**


As soon as I figure out how to do the MIDI, I will post it (or send it to Joe, so, hopefully, the MIDI can be posted with the lyrics here).


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST
Date: 08 Oct 01 - 05:05 PM

new song here

click here


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Subject: ADD: There Are No Words (Kitty Donohoe, 2001)
From: Charley Noble
Date: 07 Oct 01 - 10:04 AM

Back again from Kitty's website where you can download her song, backed up by all our old Elderly Instrument friends. Here's what she says about her song, its production, and the lyrics:

BACKGROUND STORY

Like many other songwriters around the country, I found myself writing a song about the horrible events that shook the nation on September 11th. I had no particular agenda in writing the song, I just kept thinking "I'm a songwriter, I should write something"...then my next thought was always "there are no words or song that could possibly address this horrible thing", and those words eventually became the song itself.

Joel Mabus and Pat Power (of the Ten Pound Fiddle Coffeehouse in East Lansing, Michigan) organized a benefit concert for the Friday of that week, September 14th, and I performed the song then, singing the words from the paper I had written it on. The audience response was overwhelming and I was urged to record it so, on Thursday, September 20th, about 25 great friends and musicians assembled at Glenn Brown's studio in East Lansing and we put down the entire thing, finishing at about 2:00AM.

Something truly magical happened that night; there was an energy that wouldn't have been there if we had taken a week to plan the session out. Everybody involved donated their voices, time, and expertise and it was a community experience in the best sense of that word.

Any profits that may accrue from the sale of the CD will be donated to the relief efforts in New York City.

PURCHASE CD

(from Elderly Records)

(Download, 5.3megs) (no charge)




THERE ARE NO WORDS
(Kitty Donohoe, 2001)

there are no words there is no song
there is no balm that can heal these wounds that will last a lifetime long
and when the stars have burned to dust
hand in hand we still will stand because we must

in one single hour in one single day
we were changed forever something taken away
and there is no fire that can melt this heavy stone
that can bring back the voices or the spirits of our own

all the brothers all the lovers all the friends that are gone
all the chairs that will be empty in the lives that will go on
can we ever forgive though we never will forget
can we believe in the milk of human goodness yet

we were forged in freedom we were born in liberty
we came here to stop the twisted arrows cast by tyranny
and we won't bow down we are strong of heart
we are a chain together that won't be pulled apart


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Charley Noble
Date: 07 Oct 01 - 09:55 AM

Love to get the words to "There are No Words" by Kitty Donohoe and the Lansing, Michigan gang. Maybe I'll access Kitty's website.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Paul G.
Date: 06 Oct 01 - 11:17 PM

These two didn't make the last post -- sorry: Paul

A Dance in Time ­ Ron and Bari and the Roadside Revue Ron Litschauer: Guitar and Vocals Bari Litschauer: Mandolin Dawn Dewitt ­ Upright Bass Stan Geberer: Harmonica RonBari@aol.com

There Are No Words ­ Kitty Donohoe Kitty Donohoe: Guitar and Main Vocal Rachel Alexander: Cello Doug Berch: Whistle William Hamilton: Bagpipes David Mosher: Fiddle & mandolin Voices: Glenn Brown, Wanda Degan, Kim Ellinwood, Regina Fry, Bob Lewis, Pat Madden-Roth, Emery Max, Laurence Max, Diane McNeil, Joe McNeil, David Mosher, Karrie Potter, Sally Potter, Pat Power, Chuck Riley, Mark Schoen, Renae Slaton, Sticker, Kathleen Stockman, Rick Ward, Matt Watroba Roheen Records, P.O. Box 3070, Ann Arbor, MI 48106-3070 http://www.kittydonohoe.com


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Paul G.
Date: 06 Oct 01 - 09:55 PM

A quick related note...National Public Radio has selected the 10 songs listed below for a program titled "Songs of Hope" with plans to air on 10/11. I am most proud to say that Ron Litschauer, who wrote and performed one of the selected songs is a dear friend and the producer of both of my CDs. Here they are:

Songs of Hope ­ Songs Listing

September 11, 2001 ­ Julie Gold http://www.gadflyrecords.com New York City 911 ­ Dan Bern Guitar and Vocals: Dan Bern http://www.messengerrecords.com http://www.danbern.com

Spirit of Flight Nine-Three ­ Darryl Matson/Atz Kilcher Vocals: Atz Kilcher www.heroesofflight93.net

My Heart ­ Tommy Sands Guitar and Vocals: Tommy Sands http://www.tommysands.com

A Song for America ­ Fish Altieri Performed by B.O.S.S. (Bronx Organization of Singer Songwriters (Fish Altieri, Flip Hernandez, Sal Scoca, & Chris Hendon) http://www.fishaltieri.com

Eye for an Eye ­ Pat Surface Guitar and Vocals: Pat Surface http://www.PatSurface.com

Rise Up ­ Dave Stancliff Guitar and Vocals: Dave Stancliff http://www.alaskamusicartists.com/

Eagle Flying High ­ Golana Golana: Native American Flute Scott Hartley: Piano David Chamberlin: Guitar http://www.oginali.com

Come Home ­ Amanda Hill Vocals: Amanda Hill Arranged by: Rick McDonald http://www.amandahillmusic.com

Gift in the Rubble - Cara Cohn All instruments and vocals: Cara Cohn P.O. Box 264 - 6574 N. State Road 7 - Coconut Creek, FL 33073 http://www.thewishtogrow.com/lyrics.html


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Arjay
Date: 06 Oct 01 - 09:23 PM

In case the thread above has an expiration date, here is the tribute to the rescue workers of NY.

WHO ARE YOUR HEROES?

Tell me now who are your heroes?

Tell me which have stirred your heart,
How they live and breathe and function;
Tell me what sets them apart.

Tell me; are they brave and handsome?
Are they in the public eye
Or common folk, and merely mortal?
Tell me do they fear to die?

Tell me now who are your heroes?
Some, I know, would canonise
Those whose deeds entangle others
In their own self sacrifice;

Those who meet their fates believing
Human lives are not so dear,
Meeting death with pride and purpose,
Seeking out what others fear.

Tell me now, are these your heroes?
Those who fear and yet still dare;
When we all would flee to safety
Here's the one who climbs the stair;

Here's the one who meets the danger,
Facing death for workman's wage;
Facing death for friend or stranger,
Unremarked by history's page.

Tell me now, are these your heroes?
Decent working folk who fought
And died in fire and dust and debris,
Whatever hell some fool has wrought.

Brave beyond romance or beauty;
Brave whatever brings the day;
Time to live or die for duty,
Do the job and go away.

MRS ACKROYD ENTERPRISES
PO Box 95, South District Office, Manchester M20 4LB, England.
From Mrs Ackroyd's Kennelpage
A tribute to the rescue workers of New York


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: Jeri
Date: 06 Oct 01 - 10:13 AM

Les Barker has one at his page entitled "Who Are Your Heroes." Click here, then click on the scrolling text "A tribute to the rescue workers of New York."


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Subject: LYR.ADD.:The Dead Water
From: Charley Noble
Date: 04 Oct 01 - 05:42 PM

Here's another old Chinese poem to recycle from THE WHITE PONY; I sometimes like to look into old dismal swamps and marvel at the raw beauty that I see there. I really haven't messed with this poem much but since it's a translation I thought I might make some small word changes. The poet was unfortunately executed by the Nationalist Chinese in the final days of their civil war.

THE DEAD WATER
(Words by Wen Yi-Tuo (1898-1946) Translated in The White Pony, pp. 298 Adapted by Charlie Ipcar)

Here is a ditch of dead and hopeless water;
No breeze can raise a ripple on its surface;
Best to throw in scraps of rusty iron and corroded copper,
Pour in all the refuse of meat and soup.

Perhaps the copper will turn green like emeralds,
Perhaps the iron will assume the shape of peach blossoms;
Let grass weave a layer of silky gauze
And bacteria puff up patches of clouds and haze.

So let the dead water ferment into green wine,
Littered with floating pearls of white foam;
Small pearls crackle aloud and become big pearls,
Only to burst like gnats and to rob the vintage.

So this ditch of dead and hopeless water
May boast a touch of brightness;
If the frogs cannot endure the deathly silence,
The water may burst out singing.

Here is a ditch of dead and hopeless water,
A place where beauty can never stay;
Better abandon it to evil –
Then, perhaps, some beauty will come of it.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: CapriUni
Date: 04 Oct 01 - 05:15 PM

Refreshing this thread, and posting the "Tweaked Version" of my round "Every Life" -- a round for five voices. (each voice enters on the odd measures: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. There are 10 measures in all)

If folks can find enough singing partners, I'd love some feedback on how this round "works". I've played with it as a NWC file, and as a .wav file, but both formats are innacurate in certain ways. Sometimes, I love the way it sounds, then I hear it again and it sounds "off"

Does it work with fewer than 5 voices? If so, do you divide parts up differently?

I've just started to write rounds, and I'd love the feedback of more experienced ears.

Anyway, without further ado:

EVERY LIFE

By Ann Magill

Ev'-ry life is a tale to tell.
Each has a song to sing.
For ev'-ry her-o yet un-sung
We'll help Love and Free-dom
Spread their wings

MIDI file: EVRY_L~1.MID

Timebase: 192

Name: every life -- a round for five voices
Text: By Ann Magill
Copyright: Copyright © 2001 by Ann Magill
TimeSig: 4/4 24 8
Start
0000 1 69 110 0160 0 69 000 0032 1 62 110 0094 0 62 000 0002 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 65 110 0094 0 65 000 0002 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 62 110 0336 0 62 000 0048 1 69 110 0094 0 69 000 0002 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 64 110 0094 0 64 000 0002 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 65 110 0528 0 65 000 0240 1 65 110 0094 0 65 000 0002 1 69 110 0160 0 69 000 0032 1 67 110 0094 0 67 000 0002 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 60 110 0336 0 60 000 0048 1 60 110 0160 0 60 000 0032 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 64 110 0336 0 64 000 0048 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 64 110 0336 0 64 000 0048 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 60 110 0336 0 60 000 0048 1 59 110 0336 0 59 000 0048 1 60 110 0528 0 60 000 0240 1 69 110 0160 0 69 000 0032 1 62 110 0094 0 62 000 0002 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 65 110 0094 0 65 000 0002 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 62 110 0336 0 62 000 0048 1 69 110 0094 0 69 000 0002 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 64 110 0094 0 64 000 0002 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 65 110 0528 0 65 000 0240 1 65 110 0094 0 65 000 0002 1 69 110 0160 0 69 000 0032 1 67 110 0094 0 67 000 0002 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 64 110 0160 0 64 000 0032 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 60 110 0336 0 60 000 0048 1 60 110 0160 0 60 000 0032 1 62 110 0160 0 62 000 0032 1 64 110 0336 0 64 000 0048 1 67 110 0160 0 67 000 0032 1 64 110 0336 0 64 000 0048 1 65 110 0160 0 65 000 0032 1 60 110 0336 0 60 000 0048 1 59 110 0336 0 59 000 0048 1 60 110 0528 0 60 000
End

This program is worth the effort of learning it.

To download the latest version of MIDItext and get instructions on how to use it click here

ABC format:

X:1
T:every life tweaked for mudcat
M:4/4
Q:1/4=120
K:C
A2DE2FG2|F2E2D4|AD2EF2G2|F8|FA2GF2F2|E2D2C4|
C2D2E4|G2E4F2|C4B,4|C8|A2DE2FG2|F2E2D4|AD2EF2G2|
F8|FA2GF2F2|E2D2C4|C2D2E4|G2E4F2|C4B,4|C11/2||


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: CapriUni
Date: 01 Oct 01 - 01:38 AM

Re: Noteworthy Composer

I just downloaded that program a couple of weeks ago, and I'm having more fun with it than is sensible. :-)

I highly recommend it. The download is a good deal, too -- free for 30 days with about 99% of the features enabled. So you can really tell if it works for you.

And if you decided to register it, it's only $39, which is very resonable, as software goes...

Still using it to tweak my round "Every life" (it's now a five-parter, instead of four.. I'll try to post it here tomorrow)


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Mugwah
Date: 30 Sep 01 - 03:21 PM

Broken Tuesday
Quoted text from "Mortal City" by Dar Williams

I wish for time but it just passes me by-
eaten up by plans for tomorrow,
little mundane things of no consequence,
or reading books to write the papers for school.
Eaten up by illness and worries- what tomorrow?
As the president pronounces from the TV screen-
statements the blare as headlines in the media-,
I wonder if, and then were, he'll have to go.
Before I wished he didn't have to go at all,
though I was glad it wasn't Macedonia.
Now I hope they'll send him soon, to Kosovo.
Let him keep the peace of that troubled nation
instead of fighting the troubles of our own.
I just want him to always come home.
His country should not ask of him
the things that may be asked of him,
to kill innocents for the sake of revenge.
How far must the pain of Tuesday spread?
I was lucky enough to have lost no one,
though I had two close friends in New York.
For what should I, and so many million
mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, wives,
grandmothers, grandfathers, aunts, uncles,
cousins, best friends, girlfriends, boyfriends,
lovers, and life partners join the suffering?
Is the pain of millions hurting not enough?
For millions of hearts already broken
have left millions of souls crying.

"I think I have a special kind of hearing tonight"
If we retaliate they will only strike again.
"I hear the neighbors upstairs"
Most are innocents, our neighbors, our brothers.
"I hear my heart beating"
Their hearts beat the same as ours, and they suffer
"I hear one thousand hearts beating at the hospital"
as do innocents from America to Northern Ireland,
"And one thousand hearts by their bedsides waiting"
while loved ones feel their hearts slowly break.
"Saying that's my love in the white gown,"
They suffer because they love someone.
"We are not lost in the Mortal City"
Where there is love there is hope.
"We are not lost in the Mortal City"

America does not have to ask my friend
to slaughter innocents in her name.
America does not have to sacrifice
her manhood in the name of justice.
The pain of Tuesday can stop were it rests,
and leave only the suffering already caused.
We are better than the terrorists
and we can be the big man this time.
Let us lay to rest what has happened.
Allow America time enough to heal.
We should talk of overcoming,
not of subduing and retribution.
If we must display American might,
do not ravage an already leveled country,
instead defend the second class citizens
in Northern Ireland and across the globe.
Send peacekeeping forces to Kosovo
and were ever else they might serve.
We are stronger than the terrorists;
we do not have to be more violent.
Still we rush forth, seeking revenge
against the terrorists and their nations,
before we have had time to begin to heal.
I wish for time but it just passes me by
eaten up by plans for tomorrow,
little mundane things of no consequence,
or reading books to write the papers for school.
Eaten up by illness and worries- what tomorrow?
What tomorrow?


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: wysiwyg
Date: 30 Sep 01 - 03:02 PM

I'll look forward to hearing from you J!

~S~


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Jeanene
Date: 30 Sep 01 - 02:55 PM

Good idea, Susan. I'll email you my email address. Thanks for the refere ce to Noteworthy.
Meanwhile, I am trying to learn ABC. (If nothing else, I can snail mail you a tape of the "Valley of the Shadow" song. That might be faster than waiting till I learn a new program.)
Jeanene


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: wysiwyg
Date: 30 Sep 01 - 03:45 AM

Jeanene,

Making a MIDI is easiest (IMO) in Noteworthy Composer. But I don't know if it is Mac-friendly. How about you try visiting their site and see if you can download the free evaluation version of the Composer and the Player--

www.noteworthysoftware.com

Then let's talk in e-mail. We can toss tunes back and forth if you can run Noteworthy.

~Susan

motormice@hotmail.com


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST
Date: 30 Sep 01 - 02:43 AM

Click here

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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Bitsy
Date: 28 Sep 01 - 07:26 PM

Refreshing this thread to invite more new songs.


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST
Date: 26 Sep 01 - 01:22 AM

cross reference with http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=38981&messages=38

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=39109&messages=12

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=38859&messages=59


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Mugwa
Date: 26 Sep 01 - 01:22 AM

cross reference with http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=38859&messages=61

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=39109&messages=12

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=38981&messages=38

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=39109&messages=12

http://mudcat.org/thread.cfm?threadid=38859&messages=59


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Subject: RE: New Songs for 9-11-01
From: GUEST,Mugwa
Date: 26 Sep 01 - 01:17 AM

ONE TIN SOLDIER (Dennis Potter and Brian Lambert.)

Listen, children, to a story that was written long ago 'Bout a kingdom on the mountain and the valley folk below. On the mountain was a treasure buried deep beneath a stone, And the valley people swore they'd have it for their very own.

Go ahead and hate your neighbor, go ahead and cheat a friend. Do it in the name of heaven, you can justify it in the end. There won't be any trumpets blowin' come the judgment day On the bloody morning after one tin soldier rides away.

So the people of the valley sent a message up the hill, Asking for the buried treasure, tons of gold for which they'd kill. Came an answer from the kingdom, "With our brothers we will share, All the secrets of the mountain, all the riches buried there."

Now the valley rose in anger, "Mount your horses, draw your swords," And they killed the mountain people, so they won their just reward. Now they stood beside the treasure on the mountain, dark and red, Turned the stone and looked beneath it, "Peace on earth," was all it said.


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