Music to Write By #2 – Runaway Train

17 May

Just when life get especially interesting ,typically the internet goes and stops working.  That explains my absence all week but hopefully I can get online more, thanks to the supportive nature of the family.  Some news I am very proud of is on the way, which I will explain more about when business is concluded but I will give an obscure clue to what it relates to.  The clue is ‘ergodic seabird’.  Good luck with that one!  Grabbing the internet where I can, I will endeavour to visit blogs as and when I can and keep posting in the meantime.  I have lots to write about.

As the last music post was so popular comments wise, and I need something quick to post, just so you all know that I am still around.  Today’s piece of music:

Not only is this a catchy tune with a serious message but also features missing children, some of whom (thanks to the video) have been found alive, others deceased or not at all yet.  Hearing this after many a long year was a pleasant (possibly the wrong word) surprise, as it brought up memories of wandering around Derbyshire, doing the Duke of Edinburgh award.  Really I was just in it for a walk with my friends and it really was good to climb the hills and have a laugh.  If I could remember the routes that we took in our four journeys together, I would love to walk them again one day.


Posted by on 17/05/2018 in Music


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13 responses to “Music to Write By #2 – Runaway Train

  1. Jill Weatherholt

    17/05/2018 at 17:08

    Ugh…internet problems…I’ve been experiencing the same.
    This is such a great song!


    • Ste J

      18/05/2018 at 07:40

      It’s really bad timing for the internet to be down as I am hitting my stride with the blog, with the possibility of making some money from the hard work as well. Sadly there seems little chance of it being fixed soon so it will be a real challenge to keep this up.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Liz

    17/05/2018 at 22:53

    This is a cracking track and such a good cause too. Not one I had come across before, so thank you for showcasing it.


    • Ste J

      19/05/2018 at 11:24

      Always happy to be sharing the good music, especially to such a music buff as yourself!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. macjam47

    18/05/2018 at 08:28

    I love the song with its catchy tune, but the message is a tough one. What is wrong with people?


    • Ste J

      19/05/2018 at 11:25

      It is a challenging watch, but one that stays in the mind, not only for the video content but also for the song hook.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. shadowoperator

    18/05/2018 at 18:44

    Can’t wait to hear your news. Sharing music is one of the better things to do in the meantime.


    • Ste J

      19/05/2018 at 11:20

      Hopefully I will have concrete news very soon and now the internet is back up, posts too!


  5. Andrea Stephenson

    19/05/2018 at 20:23

    I had too look up ergodic and I still don’t understand it! Good tune in the meantime 🙂


    • Ste J

      19/05/2018 at 21:05

      I am being cryptic until it all comes together, with any excuse to add in an obscure word.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. LuAnn

    20/05/2018 at 00:05

    Such a great song! Ok, I am intrigued with this ‘ergodic seabird’.


    • Ste J

      20/05/2018 at 13:01

      I know I’m being ridiculously obscure but I would hate to jinx it, at this stage.

      Liked by 1 person

      • LuAnn

        20/05/2018 at 22:48

        I love the anticipation! 🙂



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