Chameleon Makebelieve by Aomusic

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  • Artist: Aomusic
  • Title: Chameleon Makebelieve
  • Genre: Pop - Electronic, World - Ethnic Electronica, Electronic - Electronic Pop
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Textures/pads, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Ethnic, Percussion, All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/5/2012
  • Lyric themes: Animals, Uncertainty Questioning, Awakening/Enlightenment, Communication
  • Lyrics: I've been a walk man, walkin on the world... One day, just like any other I was walkin, walkin into my future when up from behind my intuition, yeah there i saw the chameleon... Oh say, while I have you here, please could you give me answers? And he said, If you have to ask, then you forgot your destination... Ya see, there are so many worlds to choose... Til now, you know only this one... Oh I want to see the others, mister chameleon... Aye, talk to me chameleon, talk today My wild, mystic heart is here to play... Talk to me chameleon before you walk away So, here are we, another hologram of makebelieve... Together, we hasten our arrival... The mind, it can bend and move like water - like a waterfall over all this feelin... Again, I asked of the chameleon, OK where do we go from here? I mean, which world and which reality? Then he looked straight at me with a gleam in his eye... He said, Listen carefully, my brother... Never choose off the menu, and never be afraid... Close your eyes and look into this world, then shape shift it all - just like makebelieve!
  • Keywords: world, pop, Bass

About Aomusic


Asheville, NC United States

AOMUSIC, (also known as, “AO”) is a pan-cultural world/new age music group, known for an exotic blend of ethnic texture, rhythmic energy and ambient harmony. Their compositions employ melodic refrains, sung by Miriam Stockley and children’s choral ensembles from around the globe. Song lyrics are typically sung in a mixture of ancient languages or made-up phonetics, so as not to pay allegiance to a particular ethnicity; thereby lending to a more “universal” impression. Each song ...

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