All I Ask of You

I'm releasing songs from the soundtrack for my book,
PRONOIA Is the Antidote for Paranoia.

This song is called "All I Ask of You."

If you have any trouble downloading the mp3, go here. Right-click the downward-facing arrow. On a Mac, click the mouse on the arrow as you press "Control."

Here are the lyrics:



All I ask of you:
Be my slow-motion dance.
Be my birthday earthquake.
Be my spiral marble staircase
in the middle of a Vermont meadow.
Be my handstand on a barstool,
my whirlwind week in clown school,
my joke shared with a Siberian shaman
while shopping for T-shirts at Sears.
Be my last because.


All I ask of you:
Be my puzzle with one piece missing.
Be my ripe pomegranate
floating in a blue plastic swimming pool
on the first day of winter.
Be the imaginary conversations
I have with Thomas Jefferson
while watching the news on TV.
Be the waves crashing on my beach
in the south of France in the 22nd century
and the song
that my great-grandmother wrote for my great-granddaughter.
Be my golden hammer resting on a mossy rock
I've known for 10,000 years.


Composer and producer: Rob Brezsny
Lead vocals: Rob Brezsny