Charlie Bertsch (cbertsch) wrote,
Charlie Bertsch
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The Song

This is the song I was listening to when I lost track on the descent into Gila Bend back in February, 2003. To be more specific, the opening bars were playing when I looked down and realized what I was doing and the guitar solo was peaking when my sense of having a threshold experience was at its peak.

In retrospect, of course, I recognize that the words, "Set us free this time," are in the imperative and therefore leave open the possibility A) that there will be no setting free; and B) that, even if freedom is achieved, it will only be achieved for "this time," proving to be only the briefest interlude in our millennial bondage.
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