Song & Lyrics Spotlight: ‘Hunt For Truth’ by Michel Montecrossa

 

Today’s Song & Lyrics Spotlight ‘Hunt For Truth’ by Michel Montecrossa

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Hunt For Truth

People are held together by the threat of force.
I look out of the window, see the passin’ shops.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, is like a magic box.

Hamlet says: “I cannot.” And: “My wit’s diseased.”
And she said: “See you.” Wanted to be at ease.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, is no low-key peace.

I like girls and know how to talk to them.
I’m not gettin’ nervous when seduced by them.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, has an open end.

I like to wave my arms gettin’ down with the beat.
I like a woman’s love that is without fear.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, is adventure and is sweet.

We had wine and we had bread before we all left.
It’s all a larger part of a world bereft
of unhappy thoughts and things you shouldn’t get.

Gamma radiation won’t escape the Hunt for Truth.
Nor any isolation in crazy world-taboos.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, is always inside you.

People are held together by the threat of force.
I look out of the window, see the living corpse.
The Hunt for Truth, you know, reaches out beyond all hopes.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Michel Montecrossa Homepage: http://www.MichelMontecrossa.com

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Image above: Michel Montecrossa at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, Italy (www.SpiritOfWoodstockFest.com)

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