22 febrero 2010

gente soñando liberaciones soplando y gente soñando parabellum chupando.



Joshua fit the battle of Jericho
Jericho, Jericho
Joshua fit the battle of Jericho
And the walls came tumblin' down
Down, down, down,
Down down, down, down

You may talk about your men of Gideon
You can brag about your men of Saul
But there's none like good ol' Joshua
At the battle of Jericho that morning

Joshua fit the battle ...

Right up to the walls of Jericho
He marched with spear in hand
Go blow them ram horns, Joshua cried
'Cause the battle is in our hands

Break

Then the lamb ram sheep horns began to blow
And the trumpets began to sound
Then Joshua commanded the children to shout
And the walls came a tumblin' down that morning

Joshua fit the battle ...


" I have loved this song ever since I first heard it as a kid in elementary school!
There are actually several versions of it, as with most folk songs, and this one is from the negro spiritual tradition.
I chose what I thought were the best elements of every version I've heard and came up with my own arrangement..."





El mito de las 7 trompetas de los 7 sacerdotes de los 7 días
y la famosa masacre genocida,
desemboca lo mismo
en el mississipi/rivers of babilon que
en las alegres colonas guerreras chupachupsfilicas;

Los mitos no son algo que pasó,
son algo que se sucede y fluye y se remezcla y se arregliza.

ríos con muchas vueltas.