The World In Flux

In case you are mixed up
The world is a flux
It keeps on changing
If times are the same
Why the different name
All the rearranging

Et tu, Brutus?
In the back of all of us
Shaking my head in disgust
… kicking up dust

What will it take
Not to make the same mistake
Is flux a fake
An in the grass snake?

Wading in the sands of time
Will I find…
I’m sinking quick (sand quicksand quick sand)
Can anytime be mine
Will I find
I’m a fleeting man, and….

The World In Flux.mp3

Heraclitus (535 – 475 BC)
Heraclitus was famous for his insistence on ever-present change as being the fundamental essence of the universe, as stated in the famous saying, “No man ever steps in the same river twice”

Style: Alternative Rock
Chords: Asus A7 / G7 A7
Recording: digital stereo

Vocals, Guitar

From the album Doctor Please! Doctor, Please!
[Songs written in doctors’ waiting rooms]
by Daniel Brouse

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