Tag Archives: Albert Einstein

What if Time Doesn’t Exist #14 from My Old Soul

This song was inspired by an Albert Einstein biography I read.  It’s a song about metaphysical and existential questions wrapped around a love song.  “What if time doesn’t exist?  That means potentially I could be reliving this.  If that’s the case I’ll give you a kiss.  We could be eternally in bliss.”

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April 13th “Nothing is a Strong Foundation for Nothing”

I’m obviously still on my ‘Einstein’ kick.   He was definitely a remarkable man and an incredible violinist to boot.   To be able to mathematically map out the Universe is pretty sharp.     He was a nice guy with a very funny dry wit (when he wasn’t working).

Anyway, that’s probably where this song got it’s start.   I sat down in front of the computer after a big day recycling down the mountain and once again something popped out  (musically that is).   Thanks for listening!!

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April 12 “It’s all Relative, but it’s Relative to What?

I’ve been listening to Einstein’s biography driving up and down the mountain for the last few weeks.   With all the relativity stuff I have to listen to the same cds over a few times to try to comprehend it.   And not being a physicist, I still don’t comprehend it.

But I can write a song about it!   Thanks for listening!

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