Sounds Like Crows explores our morbid fascination with, and subsequent fearing of, death and dying. It challenges the apparent sadness and mourning that we associate with death and proposes that it should be a celebration of life and remembrance, rather than ‘the end’.
It also wishes to uncover the traditions and way of life for indigenous culture the world over, in hope that we may find insight in the diverse ideas of others.
You live, you die, and there’s breathing in-between
We live our lives circumference in our dreams
In love and hate there’s mutual embrace and fear of the inevitable
This love that echoes out disguises rage and I believe that I
In spite of all these fears, am still a child and do not think that I will ever die
Preserve time, there’s no way to rewind
Yeah, this instance will not occur again
All this love that echoes out disguises rage and I believe that I
In spite of all these years, am still a child and do not think that I will ever die