Balm for the soul

Walt & Woody

There once was a man with the stars in his hands
The world in his eyes
The words of his soul he put down
Upon leaves, the fabric of our country
A blanket for to keep us all warm in our hearts

Free, free from the needing too much to be
Free, free from the fear of failure
Free, free knowing that we
We are the powers that be

There once was a man who had the stripes on his guitar
The people in his heart
The words of our truth he put down
Into songs, the songs of our country
A land for all people to dream in

Free, free from the needing too much to be
Free, free from the fear of failure
Free, free knowing that we
We are the powers that be

From the album

“Paradigm-shifting and culture healing music as resourcing for next-level human stewards of planet earth.”

Elizabeth Wolff
Cultural Healing Facilitator

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

“I know that the future of music is in good hands with people like Seth around to be its caretaker. More importantly, I know the future of our world is in good hands.”

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