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After watching the TV series, I was influenced by the dystopian vision of The Handmaids Tale and was inspired to write this. It shares nothing with that story other than the appearance of a bleak future.

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Noises in the right order

The wars that protect me
Are so far from here
But the people who hate me
Are oh so near

Our wealth is amazing,
To the weak & the poor
The streets are filling
With those shown the door

Noises in the right order
I hear them now
I hear them now

The cat walks are filled
With incredible beauty
But as time goes by
They mean nothing to me

True love is only something
From a distant time
Now I cannot feel it
Now it's a crime

Noises in the right order
I hear them now
I hear them now

The voices in my head
Are keeping me in line
Don't know what I’m doing
But I really don't mind
The future looks so bright
From a nuclear glow
Where we go from here
I guess we'll never know

Noises in the right order
I hear them now
I hear them now

Noises in the right order
I hear them now
I hear them now

©Scott Leslie 2019

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from Friends, Gods and Propaganda, released January 3, 2019
Scott Leslie: Composed music & lyrics, played guitar
Dave Scott: Vocals, lead guitar, recording engineer
Brian Cunningham: Drums
Peter George: Bass guitar

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Scott Leslie Vero Beach, Florida

I’m a self-taught guitarist/songwriter and my influences are from the amazing music of the 60’s and 70's. In the late 60’s/early 70’s I had the good fortune to be a part-time roadie working the DC area, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York for a number of bands. They included; The Jeff Beck Group, Ten Years After, The Doors, The Who, ELP and many others. So I had some interesting influences. ... more

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