Mood #Invisible

Like a grain on the beach
Like a star in the sky
Far too many to count with the naked eye
They won’t see you

Go ahead
Walk on by
You don’t know I’m alive
Maybe one day you’ll find
You should open your eyes
You don’t know me

[Chorus]
You’re the one who looked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible
And you’re the one who walked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible

Little things adding up
Try so hard not to rush
Giving in, letting go of the world we know
They won’t see you

Force it down
Lose the taste
They all think it’s a waste
We don’t need to believe every word they say, now
They don’t know me

[Chorus]
You’re the one who looked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible
And you’re the one who walked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible

It’s so easy to be lost
But maybe you’re not lost at all

Do you recognize me?
Do you know who I am?
Do you see me now?
Do you see me now?

[Chorus]
You’re the one who looked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible
And you’re the one who walked right through me
Now you’re saying that you knew me
When I was invisible
I’m invisible
I’m invisible

The Bohemian Dictator: Jonathan Meese

This is the g-r-o-o-v-y song he is singing + painting along to….

Meese is on a mission to make Art rule the world. He is all for a “Dictatorship of Art” his work encapsulates an authoritative, weighty and earnest need for art in all it’s glorious multi-media forms: sculpture, paintings and installations. Often seen in a black Adidas tracksuit, one I too wish to own as he has transformed it’s former chaviness rep and turned it into a uniform of non-conformity and outward simplicity to harmonize the deep stirrings of his soul that is the governing force of his maniacal rampage exhibited in his art.