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SONG OF THE LOTUS EATERS - (by Ronald Nelson)  Year: 2016
Ronald Nelson Strange eerie music with a psychedelic feel inspired by the "Odyssey" which warns of the dangers of eating the Lotus fruit. A great piece for demonstrating the dangers of drugs, or would be perfect for an anti-drug campaign. Male Vocals, Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Rock, Psychedelic Rock
778919 1:49 No Tempo   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Song of the Lotus Eaters
Catalog ID: 778919  ISRC: US5UL1609047
Description: Strange eerie music with a psychedelic feel inspired by the "Odyssey" which warns of the dangers of eating the Lotus fruit. A great piece for demonstrating the dangers of drugs, or would be perfect for an anti-drug campaign.

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Artist or Group: Ronald Nelson

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Music Genre > Subgenre
    Rock Music
       Psychedelic Rock
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:49   Tempo: No Tempo
   Arrangement: Singer-Songwriter
   Instruments: Bells, Bongos, Cello, Drum Kit, Lute, Sitar, Violin, Harp, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited
Use in satan-worship, devil worship, anti-religion or similar extreme productions prohibited
Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Abstract, Alluring, Atmospheric, Bizarre, Curious, Dangerous, Dark, Disturbing, Eerie, Emotional, Ethereal, Foreboding, Haunting, Honest, Hypnotic, Longing, Lost, Meaningful, Strange, Trance

Styles: Documentary, Drama / Mature, Experimental, Political, School / Education, Section / Credits, Section / Finale, Section / Opening, Soundscape, Tragedy

Lyrical Topics: Drugs, Health, Society, Depressing, Media

Lyrics
Brothers and sisters, you have travelled long and far.
Lay down your weary head, and rest for a while.
Come and taste the nectar of my fruit!
Like honey to the mouth and ambrosia to the soul.
Why live on bread or meat, or any other thing?
Lotus fruit will take away every longing.
All the Loves of your life, they shall be forgotten.
All your ambitions, shall fade away.
Forget your home and remember not your past.
Remain here until you breathe your last.
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