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Every so often news bulletins remind me that I’m right in generally preferring animals over humans. The words below will one day soon be in a song.

The ones who didn’t make it home now bare no malice,

Their graves await them come a new sad dawn,

Those guilty of their murder share the same fate,

Their ticket to a false paradise withdrawn.


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly have no answers,

No Gods or Goddesses can light the way,

Murder at the hands of evil demons,

Is the unfair price, The Innocent must pay.


Those who are left behind may weep and stand-alone now,

They’re the ones who’ve lost those they once held dear,

They now know for real there’s such a thing called cruel fate,

That feeds the cancer that’s spread to the liver of a thing called fear.

 ‘Time Out’ is a track from my album ‘Dream Rescuer’. It is the prelude to the track called ‘Pain’. I hope you enjoy it. If you like the song, maybe you’d like to buy the album. It costs just £5 (plus VAT) or the equivalent in whatever currency you use in your country. If you do buy and feel able to post a review on Bandcamp, I’d appreciate it. Here’s the link;

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30 thoughts on “THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

  1. I am going to buy that. Yes. This poem is amazing in its heartfelt and heart rending simplicity. You are a great song writer because you write with your heart and all your sensibilities. It’s a cry from the heart. Lord Zoolon, you are kindness itself.

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  2. George, I’m looking forward to your words becoming a song. You’ve written a powerful tribute to loss, having captured some vivid images and unsettling thoughts. It’s the gifted artist that’s able to inspire with their art, you’ve done just that. “Time Out” is perfectly paired with you words, I imagine the Earth sighing, if not crying for all that’s been needlessly lost. ~ Mia & Lightfoot

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  3. Ugh, I can’t hear the song due to children, but I do want to at least say your lyrics have fabulous potential. Will there be a hint of the Sergio Merricone (spelled right? Hope so) in your music? I only ask because the climax of that film is one of the most brilliant bits of film EVER: the swelling of the music, the tension of the visuals, the lack of dialogue…all thanks to the music, which was all scored and recorded first. Hmm. But then, doing that might sound really lame for your song. Sorry, I’m no good with aural composition. 😦

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