Balm for the soul

Sandman’s Dust

Never never gonna give up on trying again my friend
Crying like a baby 15 minutes into my meditation
Baby give me something real to feel in my bones
I’m on a path of healing and I work from home

Hey, let’s make a way
Traveling at the speed of trust making moves on the road to better days
Hey, whatcha got to say
Sweeping up the Sandman’s dust making heavy dreams that won’t blow away
No way

Got to give it up to the mothers of the great grandfathers
Learn to speak the maiden names of the ancestors
If I’ve ever done anything to hurt you I’ll make amends if you’ll receive me
Now I’m riding on the wagon on a sober road and I take my work with me

Hey, let’s make a way
Traveling at the speed of trust making moves on the road to better days
Hey, whatcha got to say
Sweeping up the sandman’s dust making heavy dreams that won’t blow away
No way

Hey, let’s make a way
Traveling on the at the speed of trust making moves on the road to better days
Hey, whatcha got to say
Sweeping up the sandman’s dust making heavy dreams that won’t blow away
No way

From the album

“The argument for the most influential human in the Michigan music uprising of the past decade may begin and end with one Seth Bernard.”

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Cultural Healing Facilitator

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