PULSE

 

Words.  I know it hasn’t been two weeks since my last post, but I’ve been inundated with the shifting sands of media coverage since last weekends slaughter in Orlando.

And then, tonight, Lawrence O’Donnell (MSNBC) of all people (Sorry Lawrence…that sounded bad) introduced Rick and I to 2 young song writers (Eli Lieb & Brandon Skeie) who wrote the song in about an hour.  The song, “Pulse” was recorded and put to video form in about 6-hours.

As a community, we know how to organize, to press and to overcome.  While ‘no more funerals’ is a lofty goal, let’s start with a simple song from the heart.  Words.

Listen to the lyric.  Powerful stuff.

Well done, Gentlemen.  Well done.

untilthendan

 

 

 

blankspacer_large2Lawrence used the song as the backdrop while the faces of the Orlando victims were scrolled by as a show of respect.  Thank-you Lawrence.  R-E-S-P-E-C-T

See the full O’Donnell segment at: http://www.msnbc.com/the-last-word/watch/exclusive-song-pays-tribute-to-pulse-victims-706503747547

the-last-word-with-lawrence-o-donnell

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About dan4kent

Born and raised in the Midwest, Dan lives in the Chicagoland area. With a grown son from a previous marriage, he has since built a committed relationship of 32 years with his partner Rick, the Love of his Life. Having written his whole life, he blogged the past 6-years because he has to write…he can’t help it. Know the feeling? There’s ‘good‘ to be found in all of it. “If all I do is leave someone (or something) better than I found them, then I’ve done my part. Thanks for letting me grace your screen, if only for a little while.”
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