A song written by Walter Liederschmitt, London 2012. We helped make this recording in April. It’s a little fun about New Year and its possibilities foretold. Thanks for a great time in Trier Walter 🙂 www.voltaire-woltaehr.de
This is how Walter describes the song:
Song inspired by London & the mood, New Year’s Day 2012, early morning, queuing up for tickets to the Da Vinci exhibit in the National Gallery, Trafalgar Sq., reading a newspaper outlook for 2012: that on June 6th Venus will make her 2nd transit journey (whatever that means); and that the Mayan Calender says: Dec 21st may be the world’s end. I don’t believe it: We’ll survive (most of us)… Because: This year won’t be like a riding on the gloom tube — ‘t will be (run in) a love train… according to a TV comedian (BBC, New Year’s night, 1:40am). The World’s End now is a pub near Camden Town Station, formerly named: The Mother Red Caps, founded in 1676, frequented by Karl Marx, Frederick Engels and Wilhelm Liebknecht, Londoners of the 2nd half of the 19th century, which tickles me as I am a visitor from Germany too!
Hope you enjoy the song – It’s my song of the year 2012 !!!
Complete lyrics can be found here:
Dedicated to Amy Winehouse & gloom tube survivors everywhere… bring on 2012!!!
Uploaded to celebrate Beltane… night of the bewitched!