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Go Up cover Go Up by SB19

Go up is everything. This song is for all people who wants to become successful in the future. We all go up. Trust the process.

Go Up cover Go Up by SB19

Go Up has become the anthem of those who thought of giving up but saw the ray of light and continues to dream

Go Up cover Go Up by SB19

For me, Go up Is an inspiration. Since i heard this song i was very thankful. It lift my confident to set my mind and do something that i really wanted i will able to achieve it someday like Sb19 does. They are a good model for me. A good idol !

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We Have Heaven cover We Have Heaven by Yes

Non-duality essentially means absolute oneness. Sanskrit term is Advaita Vedanta. Let all thoughts of separation dissipate and be. Become.

All My Trials cover All My Trials by Joan Baez

Joan Baez released this song in 1960. She was the female countrepart of Bob Dylan when it came to the Folk protest movement. As the war in Vietnam raged on, many sought comfort in the sound of Folk music with people like Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, and, of course, Joan Baez. She faced inmense racial discrimination due to her dark complexion. In the early 60's, whites made no differentiation between blacks and dark skinned individuals. This song, although, exemplifies the wained will to live by a mother who sings to her baby for one last time. Much of this can be speculation, but given the atmosphere during the 1960s, fillied with death and civil unrest, it exemplifies the feelings of that time period.

All My Trials cover All My Trials by Joan Baez

The river of Jordan has a symbolic meaning of spiritual salvation and rebirth. That along with the lyrics "All my trials, Lord soon be over" gives the listener a feeling that this mother has lost her will to live. She calls not only to the lord but also tells her bretheren, I'm assuming figuritively not literally, that it is "too late, but never mind" it will soon be over. The line "if living were a thing that money could buy" also exemplifies some of the issues during the early 60's as poor communities see their youth shipped out to war while rich individuals either buy their way out or concoct bogus health issues to avoid being drafted. This is a reoccuring theme in the 60's as Vietnam becomes a war endorsed by the rich and fought by the poor. The ending also gives a hint to the end of this mothers life as she mentions the Tree of Life and her ascension into the kingdom of heaven. Again, this is all speculation but one that fits the times and feelings of the Vietnam era.

Go Up cover Go Up by SB19

Ito yung era kung san ko sila nakilala! Really love this song so motivating!

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