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Sunday, September 12, 2010

On Air: Maybe Tomorrow

[S-bahn station in Kreuzberg, Berlin]

I look around at a beautiful life
Been the upperside of down
Been the inside of out
But we breathe
We breathe

I wanna breeze and an open mind
I wanna swim in the ocean
Wanna take my time for me
All me

So maybe tomorrow
I'll find my way home
So maybe tomorrow
I'll find my way home

Stereophonics, Maybe Tomorrow
(You Gotta Go There to Come Back, 2003)

In Berlin it seems sometimes to be late in the autumn, sometimes it's still summer. Like this morning, with all that sun and the incredible illusion that winter is still far far away.
After very busy and complicated weeks, tomorrow begins a new phase and I'm scared and eager to start at the same time.
Maybe tomorrow I'll really find my way.

Listening to the song helps me to be less scared, at least a little. I wanted to celebrate, but that's another story.
And you? How do you prepare yourself for a new beginning? Are you scared or just happy?

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