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Desire November 10, 2006

Filed under: film,music — ayumurti @ 12:05 pm

‘Desire’ was my favorite song from the music group Pure Saturday back in my uni time. The album was introduced to me by a dear friend. He got it as a bonus from HAI magazine. After listened to it, I bought my own. I had the first album cover for public, my friend got the special edition cover. I like the group ever since the first album. It was 10 years ago. Now, it is retrieved by the film 6:30 because it is the main theme song.
I like the song because of the music and because of the lyric. Describes the feeling of desire toward someone, yet with uncertain… things :P

the lyric…

Desire – Pure Saturday

Yesterday I found my self alone
In the dark and no one else
Then you came to me at night
And said “don’t worry it’s alright”

I want you to hold me in your soul
It makes me easy
Makes me fine
But how that dream will be come true
Will it be tomorrow, I don’t know

I can’t say anything
Or bring you something
I hope you can feel this
My desire…

Everything I want to say to you
Is wrapped around in my mouth
Come into my door don’t be afraid
I’ll catch you back around your head

I can’t say anything
Or bring you something
I hope you can feel this
My desire…

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Desire means…

 

de·sire Pronunciation (d-zr)

 

tr.v. de·sired, de·sir·ing, de·sires

1. To wish or long for; want.
2. To express a wish for; request.
n.
1. A wish or longing.
2. A request or petition.
3. The object of longing
4. Sexual appetite; passion.

What do you desire?

 

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Time Capsule

Filed under: me — ayumurti @ 9:34 am

I sent a picture and it got approved by Yahoo Time Capsule :D

The time capsule consists of words, pictures, videos, sounds, and drawings from people around the world. With ten themes from human experience. They are: Love, Sorrow, Anger, Faith, Beauty, Fun, Past, Hope, Now, and You. This time capsule has been sealed and entrusted to Smithsonian Folkways Recordings based in Washington D.C., officially taking its place in history. It became a digital legacy of our times.

This project is created by Jonathan Harris, an artist working primarily on the internet. I really like his idea about creating legacy, keepsakes for the future. Mementos to represent our life in the human history.

I choose “You” as the theme. Describing ‘who are you?’. And this is what my contribution look like.

Oya, today is my late father birthday. Miss him so much :)