Be Still (feat. Juliet Oh & Ebony Bones)

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lyrics

Juliet Oh:
Be still, o soul of of mine
And you'll be fine
You don't have to worry 'bout a thing

Orijin:
Shh, quiet. Tell me what you hear now
Are you here now?
It takes but a moment's notice to channel your focus and turn the noise and commotion of all your fears down
I could see how the year round pressures on ya
Got your wellness taking second in the pecking order
Question for ya
Where you getting your connection?
Pay attention to your senses, I could bet they got a message for ya
This is the art of silence, attention undivided
To reach a higher plane, get up off that autopilot
Truth will surface when you ain't searching so hard to find it
Your beauty and worth are too eternal to compromise it
This more than music and a couple of words
You are more than blood, bone, muscle and nerve
You want the key to inner peace? ush and observe
This your spirit calling out to offer comfort and courage
Be still

Juliet Oh:
Be still, o soul of of mine
And you'll be fine
You don't have to worry 'bout a thing
Look inside and ease your troubled mind
I will be still be still

Ebony Bones:
Attention fellow sentient beings,
This is a message from the unseen manifested into your dreams
We are one thing like the sun with infinite beams
But our sense of separation seems to complicate the simplest things
What is the distance between
You and the Supreme, All-knowing, Omnipotent Being?
Closer than intimacy, closer than the fish in the stream, closer than the stitch in a seam
Call this my metaphysical monologue
If not, well, you can call it the Bones lyrical molotov cocktail
You can download it yourself or I can send it to your Hotmail
‘Cause to whom much is given, much is required
This is hip-hop preservation for the people in the congregation
Or up in the choir and they listen ‘cause it’s nothin’ but fire
Be still

Orijin:
When the pain remains, tell me, how do we heal? (Be still, be still)
Instead of retaliating when a hater speaks ill (Be still, be still)
When the cup the cup runs dry, how we gonna refill? (Be still, be still)
When it all falls down, how the people rebuild? (Be still, be still)

Juliet Oh:
Be still, o soul of of mine (I’ma be still)
And you'll be fine (I know you will)
You don't have to worry 'bout a thing (I know you will, I’ma be still)
Look inside, yeah, and ease your troubled mind
I will be still, be still, be still
Come get your fill

credits

from Time​:​Peace, released October 19, 2018
Written by Orijin, the Ebony Bones & Earlybird
Performed by Orijin, Juliet Oh & the Ebony Bones
Produced by That Brotha Lokey
Mixed & mastered by Adam Pondang

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Toronto-based Hip-Hop artist with a uniquely soulful sound and lyrical themes of peace, hope, and community.

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