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Old 01-29-2020, 11:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default song (maybe songs) for the dekaday

apparently dekaday is in neither Wikipedia nor Wikitionary yet:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dekaday
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/dekaday


1. I'll post a link to a song, under 20 minutes—generally far less.
2. one song per dekaday, though I might include versions—all under 20 minutes though.
3. I'll do this every dekaday, or at least most of them.
4. starting from the last winter solstice: User:DMBFFF/Dekadays beginning from winter solstice#my own calculations.
5. probably not much for 2020 here in MB, though:
https://www.musicbanter.com/introduc...ml#post2097842
6. My choice is my opinion. Feel free to add yours—post your own song for the dekaday—as per above guidelines—or maybe not—you folks here are kewl.


Based on the aforementioned, we're in the 4th dekaday as I create this thread; in a few days, we'll be in the 5th.


(my editing of my quote)
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Numbers
from Heavy Falls The Night by Elizabeth Shepherd
https://elizabethshepherd.bandcamp.com/track/numbers
03:04

from Google (who got it from elsewhere):
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Numbers

Song by Elizabeth Shepherd

Lyrics

I go a thing for numbers, 'cause figures don't lie to me
Now I've been doing some math,
Here and from my records it's plain to see
You're coming up short on your giving,
It seems you're thinking we're made of time
But I'm starting to see the sun set,
And like numbers, the shadows don't lie

One, for tomorrow
And two, for the now
And three, for the lovers
Who know not how

One, for tomorrow
And two, for the now
And three, for the lovers
Who know not how


Youth's been wasted on many on a poet a sage or two
On the bright,
The shackled the sorry and maybe worse of all on the youth
But knowing just what I do, dear,
That the days here to grace us are few
While there's no lasting thing about our youth,
Still I know that mine won't be wasted on you

One, for tomorrow
And two, for the now
And three, for the lovers
Who know not how


One, for tomorrow
And two, for the now
And three, for the lovers
Who know not how

One, for tomorrow
And two, for the now
And three, for the lovers
Who know not how
...
I've listened to this above song several times over the past few days, maybe not quite 10x in 10 days—yet, but close to it.






Have a nice dekaday.
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Old 01-29-2020, 11:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wtf is a dekaday?
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Old 01-29-2020, 11:13 AM   #3 (permalink)
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It's the calendar unit of Time Cube.
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