• Others 25.07.2007

    Stardust on the stage–a blowing in the wind;
    The stars blow-up dust–accummulating fans.
    For a timely performance to serve their fans,
    The media ushers a glowing news to friends.

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    Stardust on the stage–a blowing in the wind;
    The stars blow up dust–accumulating fans,
    For a timely performance to serve their fans.
    The media ushers a glowing news to friends;

    So fans ID the dust that settle in their heads;
    Lyrics with a persuasive tune, in what it says.
    The stars have changed; again, stardust flies;
    Performance absorbs the blame–to love a lie.

    Arouse a surface world…to see fans gather-in;
    They memorize life, where treasures have been.
    Who values their worth, with lonely stories told?
    They esteem birth, with the stars made of gold.

    This stardust of whirling gold form public opinion;
    The world proclaims: music is the news dominion.
    Fickle ripples spread…to wave the end of songs;
    A whirling settles on stage, but just for so long.

    The people continue to live at the regular speed;
    Eventually, fans realize another truth they need.
    Walking upon this earth, life is a breathing plan;
    Music and a song, is more for the stage of man.

    All the world is a stage, and man is but an actor;
    The limelight should influence a noble contractor.
    If the show must go on, while fans see its power,
    The cental idea ought to be sung from a tower.

    Fans…must not be fooled by stardust in the mind;
    The stage for hire, should prove that glory shines.
    Floodlights illuminate the hill where fans should go,
    That innocence may gain wisdom from the show.
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