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Anyhow Blues Project

From: Singapore

Genre: World, folk punk, blues, indie

Lee Wen believes in what he says, sings from the heart, lives for the day we learn the way back to the source, to live in peace and harmony again. Lee often uses his life experiences and personal dilemmas as initial entries into an artistic journey, recovering memories and remaking mythologies. To invigorate the human spirit of its greater potential for resistance from dragging corruption towards greed and self destruction.

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  • Kings and Queens Are we all who know joy enough when time is dwelt well with those we love

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Singapore Singapo…Sg
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Just another old fashioned love song It all sounded like a new me, but how many times have I been fooling myself I wonder. What are new after all are the pains on my body. And that is because I am growing older and older and due to that inevitable natural process of growing each moment closer to death. Which is not the end yet I hear. Yes every day is a new life after a deep sleep of dying to what had just passed; I wake up to a body in a state of growth where decay is more apparent. Decay that pronounced itself with the pains that is perhaps somewhat in reciprocation to nevertheless my own desires, in youthful urgency I greedily satisfied them. With wayward depravity, the grabs of pleasures were excessive but justified I thought. After all they were there for my innocence to taste and savor unto full satisfaction. That too is part and parcel of the knowledge one acquires for ours is a quest to wisdom, as it is to be also that of self-fulfillment. However there are limits and thresholds to be observed too.