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The Beauty of Solitude Trevor wrote this song the day after watching "Searching For Sugar Man" a film about a songwriter who failed to gain a following in his home country (the USA) but unbeknownst to him, inspired an entire generation in South Africa. "One of my take-aways from the film, is that it is easy to forget to make time to sit and reflect. To enjoy what you have, and not to worry about what you don't have. It's a powerful and moving film that I would encourage any artist or songwriter to watch." Lyrics: This emblem I’ve been wearing has got people staring. I hope they can’t see through my charade. Because it’s a pretty price I pay for living different lives both night and day. I aint sure it’s gonna work out right. And these thoughts I’ve been collecting just haven’t been connecting, I get on and off and off and on the line. And I’ve been listening to the prophet but I’m sure I still don’t got it. I’ve got the answers but I just can’t find the time. So take these lyrics I’ve been scratching into eggs that won’t be hatching and slam them in the faces of the youth. With all their instant gratification and their shameless masturbation, they’ll never understand the beauty of solitude. And all I really want is some silence from all the anger hate and violence but I’m as much to blame as everyone else. And for all I’ve come to see and understand what burdens me I’ve done nothing but simply get this off my chest. And will I fight, will I fight for you? And will I fight, will I fight for you? Will I fight, will I fight for you? Will I fight or will I find something new. This emblem I’ve been wearing has got people staring. I hope they can’t see through my charade.

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Trevor wrote this song the day after watching "Searching For Sugar Man" a film about a songwriter who failed to gain a following in his home country (the USA) but unbeknownst to him, inspired an entire generation in South Africa. "One of my take-aways from the film, is that it is easy to forget to make time to sit and reflect. To enjoy what you have, and not to worry about what you don't have. It's a powerful and moving film that I would encourage any artist or songwriter to watch." Lyrics: This emblem I’ve been wearing has got people staring. I hope they can’t see through my charade. Because it’s a pretty price I pay for living different lives both night and day. I aint sure it’s gonna work out right. And these thoughts I’ve been collecting just haven’t been connecting, I get on and off and off and on the line. And I’ve been listening to the prophet but I’m sure I still don’t got it. I’ve got the answers but I just can’t find the time. So take these lyrics I’ve been scratching into eggs that won’t be hatching and slam them in the faces of the youth. With all their instant gratification and their shameless masturbation, they’ll never understand the beauty of solitude. And all I really want is some silence from all the anger hate and violence but I’m as much to blame as everyone else. And for all I’ve come to see and understand what burdens me I’ve done nothing but simply get this off my chest. And will I fight, will I fight for you? And will I fight, will I fight for you? Will I fight, will I fight for you? Will I fight or will I find something new. This emblem I’ve been wearing has got people staring. I hope they can’t see through my charade.
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