By Jane Olivor (HERE).

“Give me one more chance at the midway,
Let me dance with my feet off the ground.
Give me back the world I remember,
One more ride on the merry go round.

“Now that I stare at the future,
I feel so close to the past.
I’m so afraid of tomorrow,
Wondering which one is the last.
Here in the cold of December,
I cling to a fragment of May.
I’ll trade you the world I have conquered
For a moment of one yesterday.

“Give me one more chance at the midway,
Stop the clock from spinning around.
Give me back the world I remember,
One more ride on the merry go round.

Brooklyn born Jane Olivor is an American chanteuse who flared on the scene, faded, returned and seemingly has faded again. A sweeter voice doesn’t come to mind. Olivor’s voice is melodic, clear as Waterford crystal, emotive, controlled, like a tightly coiled spring with resonance and beauty. Her voice is better than every female singer, ever.
A song is simply sound waves but the waves effect people in the most profound ways. Resonance is an attribute of waves. From a vibrating violin string to the human voice melodic resonance is not identified so much but it’s the closest to touching the soul when presented by Jane Olivor.

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