Empty Curtain Call, Volume 1, No. 17

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365 Lyrics™, presents Day 17 in a 365 day lyrical journey. From The Pine Needle Man™ art, music, and literature libraries, EMPTY CURTAIN CALL, presents a lyrical theme, music, and message focused on spiritual growth for the 21st century.

Key Lyric

If my part becomes imposing, I don't have to take my curtain call.

Song Lyric

Step right up and read all about it, the point in time has arrived. To be or not to be, that is the question. If I keep trying will I survive? And if my part becomes imposing, I don't have to take my curtain call. And as I stop rehearsing, the scenery starts reversing, the curtain finally falls.

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365 Lyrics™ is all about the inspiration. The simplicity and wisdom of each day's lyrical theme is designed to inspire and uplift you. Let the art, music, and daily meditation provide the food you need to boost your personal knowledge about the subject of spiritual life.

Experience the positive changes that follow when you focus on the values and ideals of life's best choices. Enrich your soul with daily content while building a healthy spiritual life within! What could be a better way to begin and end each day?

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