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With this approach, you can work on a song and finish it without even having the lyrics done. The second step after translating is to add one more round of editing and shaping so that the final product has some coherency. For me, that visual connection is important—I have to be able to see something to remember it. And it works because our brains are wired to make sense of things. If you listen to a mumble, your brain really wants to hear words.
You listen to one line at a time, over and over again—well, a lot faster than you think. It keeps the observing ego out of the way as much as possible. Almost every song on Sukierae has the original element somewhere in there. Stuff lies around forever, and for this record it was fun to make some use of it. Wilco is a six-piece band, and its members have varying degrees of interest in the finishing touches.
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At this point in my life, I can have a certain amount of confidence that I know how to put a record together, that I can make it sound a certain way, and that there are a certain number of people that will respond or not. Writers tend to get pretty mystical and metaphysical about these things. We delete comments that violate our policy , which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Don't show this again. Tech Industry Jeff Bezos' favorite things get their own Vegas conference Think robots, space and machines that get smarter on their own.
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Take the light inside you like a blessing, like a knee in the chest, holding onto it and not letting it go. Now let it go. Blood everywhere, he said, the red light hemorrhaging from everywhere at once. The train station blue, your lips blue, hands cold and the blue wind. Or a horse, your favorite horse now raised up again out of the mud and galloping galloping always toward you.
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Now look at the lights, the lights. The booths are plush and the drinks are cheap and in this dim and smoky light you can barely tell whose hands are whose. Someone raises their glass for a toast.
Is that the Hand of Judgment or the Hand of Mercy? The bartender smiles, running a rag across the burnished wood of the bar. The drink in front of you has already been paid for. Drink it, the bartender says. How can you refuse Hands of fire, hands of air, hands of water, hands of dirt. Imagine a room. Yes, imagine a room: two chairs facing the window but nobody moves.
Keep staring straight into my eyes. Imagine the room now falling away. Two brothers: one of them wants to put you back together. The stitches or the devouring mouth? You want an alibi? Here are two Jeffs. Pick one. This is how you make the meaning, you take two things and try to define the space between them. Jeff or Jeff?
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Who do you want to be? You just wanted to prove there was one safe place, just one safe place where you could love him. You have not found that place yet. You have not made that place yet. You are here. And here is your cat, who keeps eating grass and vomiting in the hall- way.
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Here is the list with all of your names, Jeff. Imagine you are in a field of daisies. What are you doing in a field of daisies? Get up!
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What are you still doing in this field? Get out of the field! You should be in the hotel room! You should, at least, be try- ing to get back into the hotel room. Now the field is empty.
Hold onto your breath. I will come back from the dead for you. This could be a city. This could be a graveyard. This could be the basket of a big balloon. Leave the lights on.