October 16, 2007

Guns n' Roses

Guns from Jaipur Palace and Roses from the garden

This post is dedicated to a sweet little person in my life called Lulu

When I look into your eyes
I can see a love restrained
But darlin' when I hold you
Don't you know I feel the same
'Cause nothin' lasts forever
And we both know hearts can change
And it's hard to hold a candle
In the cold November rain

Do you need some time, on your own
Do you need some time, all alone
Everybody needs some time, on their own
Don't you know you need some time, all alone
I know it's hard to keep an open heart
When even friends seem out to harm you
But if you could heal a broken heart
Wouldn't time be out to charm you

Sometimes I need some time, on my own
Sometimes I need some time, all alone
Everybody needs some time, on their own
Don't you know you need some time, all alone


17 comments:

RamaG said...

November rain is one of my favourite Guns N Roses song.

-Rama.

Imagination said...

Fantastic!

Keshi said...

they btw one of my fav bands. And I may hv listened to that song a zillion times.

Keshi.

Ananda Niyogi said...

One of my favourite songs...loved its music video too

The photos are really nice too! At one glance, the first one gave me the illusion of a whirling wheel :-)

aria said...

iNice pictures .. and yes the song is eternal ..

AJEYA RAO said...

Nice song...I have never heard this song but loved the lyrics and will go back to hear it.

Yes we all need some time for ourselves!

Sigma said...

I had to look closely after looking at the caption to realize that they were guns :-) Looked like Ashok Chakra on first impression :-)

Somehow, this post reminds me of Bette Midler's song ... "God is watching us", in which she says:
From a distance
You look like my friend,
Even though we are at war;
From a distance
I just cannot comprehend
What all this fighting is for.

CHEWY said...

Symbols of Love & War.

CHEWY said...

Thanks for the Haiku... upon opening your blog today the guns looked like a giant sunflower.

backpakker said...

beautiful song ..and i like the first picture ...

david mcmahon said...

Wonderful work, Celine. Every time I see the chakra on the tricolour, I'll think of your photograph ....

The Egel Nest said...

November Rain is a great song...Great photos...and creative blog title :)


Bradley
The Egel Nest

RamaG said...

agree with sigma. it did seem like the ashok chakra on the indian flag. in fact i even counted the guns to see if they were 24...actually there are 32.

-Rama

indicaspecies said...

ramag:
Rama, it does give that illusion and I'm flattered to some extent that you gave so much attention to my picture. Thank you. :)


imagination:
Thank you. :)


keshi:
Keshi, I've heard it several times too and never tire of it. :)


ananda niyogi:
Ananda, mine too. Do you like Stephanie Seymour in the video?

I'm glad you liked the pictures. It does give that perception. :)


aria:
Thank you. The song is indeed eternal. :)


ajeya rao:
Ajeya, I hope you listened to it by now and liked it. :)


sigma:
"From a distance there is harmony,
And it echoes through the land."

Yes, that's a beautiful one.
I hope humanity gets to experience security and harmony, not just from a distance, but from up close and personal too. :)


chewy: Indeed. Hope love triumphs over war.

You Tuesday postings inspire me to write Haiku. Thanks. And about sunflowers, I wish I had an answer to your query. I'm curious now. :)


backpakker:
Thank you. Glad you like it. :)


david mcmahon:
David, thank you very much for your kind words and for including this posting on your "Post Of The Day."

The chakra on the tricolour denotes progress - the wheel of progress. An array of guns are best just displayed..

All the best with your book David. :)


the egel nest:
It indeed is a great one Bradley. Thank you for the compliments and for dropping by. :)

Sameera said...

This is an all time fav of mine!Amazing photography.Don't wish you were a good photographer,you ARE one.Blogrolling you :)

indicaspecies said...

sameera:
It's an eternal song and fav of so many!

Thanks for your kind words about my photography Sameera. Go right ahead, it's my pleasure to be blogrolled. :)

Anonymous said...

Awesome song but in the video how does the woman die?? Out of a stampede due to rain? That's wierd right....