Meaning Of Song Lyrics

The concept of my blog is to combine the horizons of photographers (flickr) with the world of writers (wordpress). But sometimes, because I like to play guitar so much, I try to add music as a third dimension. For example, as I tried to write about the history and meaning of the song “Donna, Donna” [most asked keyword at my site specific search machine]. So, if you have interest, visit my page DONNA, DONNA – or similar articles for example about the song WALTZING MATILDA or the song WADE IN THE WATER, St. James Infirmary etc.

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related:
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/09/01/donna-donna-history-of-a-song/
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/i-wish-i-were-a-single-girl-again/
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/wade-in-the-water/
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/waltzing-matilda/
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https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/st-james-infirmary-blues/
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http://supportingnewmusic.com/mississippifrizz/
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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

19 responses to “Meaning Of Song Lyrics

  1. Anonymous

    I only know the chords 🙂 first tune I learned on guitar years ago. And never knew the story of the lyrics till I read your blog.

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  2. Beautiful, I’d love to hear more!

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  3. A musical dimension is always a good idea! Lovely

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  4. …and those times when you do, are very pleasing!
    🙂

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  5. Lovely relaxing company Frizz!

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  6. Amy

    Thank you so much, Frizz! I’d like to hear more too… 🙂

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  7. Allyson Mellone

    Frizz, there are two beautiful parts I really like. They are .20-.39 and .44-.55. I think it is so nice that you share your third dimension, your creative being. We get to know a bit about you 🙂

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  8. Allyson Mellone

    .20-.39 and .44-.55 are the point numbers/markers on the sound cloud.

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    • very kind, Allyson, to watch precise the seconds of the soundcloud track: a motivation for me, to upload expanded arrangements from the same song, adding more bass-lines and improvisation breaks. The song has three basic parts:
      1 – Am E, Am E, Am Dm, E Am :// = 0.00-0.20 and again at 0.58-1-18
      2 – G G7 Am Am, G G7 Am Am, G G7 Am Am, Am E Am E = 0.21-0.38
      3 – E E7 Am Am, G G7 Am Am, E E7 Am Am, Am E Am E7 = 0.40-0.56
      P.S.:
      Because I fell ill, I cannot continue with my daily project, uploading one article every day. I hope I still are able to participate on Friday’s Weekly Photo Challenge – and I try to continue my Tuesday’s A to Z challenge, asking for YOUR ideas weekly…
      your frizz, aged 68

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  9. Allyson Mellone

    Hi Frizz,

    I’m not good at evaluating music, so forgive if I have it wrong. I went back to listen to “Donna- donna”. The dominant seventh chord and choir in part 2 and part 3 are quite beautiful! I very much look forward to your expanded versions.

    I understand now reflecting back on your previous posts.

    I wish and hope for you to have sunshine every moment, every day, and every month you are convalescing. When you post an entry, I will smile and know that you’ve had an extra sunshine day. I, of course, smile often when reading your posts…full of your innate sense of humor 🙂

    Yours Allyson, age 46

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    • thank you Allison for:
      “…I wish and hope for you to have sunshine every moment, every day, and every month you are convalescing. When you post an entry, I will smile …”
      P.S.:
      tomorrow I’ll publish for our weekly A to Z challenge, this time “P” for possessions (health would be a good possession too…)

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  10. Allyson Mellone

    I meant chord and chorus :). May still not sound right.

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  11. I know the song well, and enjoy your rendition of it.

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  12. so beautiful… Thank you, love, nia

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  13. I must admit that I’m not familiar with the song. But after listening to your rendition, I quite like it. Then I went to your related post on the history of the song and wow! A melancholic folksy melody like this to be a political cry for resistance! Amazing.

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  14. Just lovely playing and familiar tune but your rendition is touching.

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  15. Photographers, writers and musicians (yourself) – sounds like a winning combination!

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  16. I discovered your blog site on google and check a few of your early posts. Continue to keep up the very good operate. I just additional up your RSS feed to my MSN News Reader. Seeking forward to reading more from you later on!

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  17. WordsFallFromMyEyes

    BEAUTIFUL

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