Audience

by Dr. Soll & The Squids

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Audience 03:15
Moved and listening. What is there to do? Are we just audience? Feel ready to go. So we talk, or shout, Always so much to say. We’re spinning, spinning. So keep letting us know what we know we know. We’ve heard this before We’ll stay low, as if we don’t Know what we know we know. We can move slow and look low, as if we don’t know. When we’re looking downward, Our spots may be nice. So we take it slowly, Put movement on hold again. Go for comfort, go for fun, Like when your Health comes last. Sitting, just sitting. So keep letting us know what we know we know…
2.
Water 02:53
And when we try to choose if water flows left or right, sometimes we can- just build a dam and let water go around it, making new dry land (but not forever). And we know that we could relate to stand tall. Sooner or later, we’d say to ourselves that we won’t tell these tales anymore. And if the water moves just the way we wanted I hope we were right. By the dam there’s a fallen tree pushed down by the water and the log’s still there (but not forever)… but if the river moves back to where it was before it still never stays the same ‘cause water moves in waves just off the river, making new channels. You’ll see it happen! But we know that could connect to stand tall, sooner or later. We’ll say to ourselves that we can’t stand these tales anymore. But we know that we must relate in order to stand tall and, sooner or later, we’ll say to us that we won’t stand for this anymore.
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Plant 01:49
Plant was a bit yellow, so I moved him to a bit less sun. He got more green, but soon began to droop. When it’s time to grow, don’t turn away, When all you can lose is some sunlight. And when you grow, don’t be afraid, When all you could lose is some sunlight? Then Plant was pounced by rain. I thought I should bring him in, But in the stormy weather he got greener than ever before and When it’s time to grow, don’t turn away, When all you can lose is some sunlight. And when you grow, why be afraid, When all you could lose is some sunlight?

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released May 30, 2020

Written and performed by Steven Soll
Mastering by Amy Dragon at Telegraph Mastering (Portland, OR)
Cover Art by Oren Soll
Special thanks to Paul Trubachik for production consulting
©℗ 2020 Steven Joseph Soll, all rights reserved

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Dr. Soll & The Squids Oregon

The Squids are from Oregon and are cephalopods of phylum chordata.
Like all other cephalopods, The Squids have distinct heads, bilateral symmetry, and a mantle.
The Squids have two tentacles and eight arms, which are arranged in pairs.
They are very very strong swimmers.
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