Gravity (Love​-​song Of Two Black Holes)

from From The Live Stream by Enda Reilly

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Recently two encircling black holes were heard colliding by LIGO, a machine physicists devised to listen for gravitational waves, or the rippling of space-time. It's an echo from 1billion years ago and this is their love-song. Three physicists have just received the Nobel Prize for this.

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Gravity is a part of me
Gravity is apart of me
It's a part of you
And the whole Cosmos too

Some say
In Gravity A exerts a force on B
Just like you and me
But it's relativity
I think it's time
That I went and made you mine

Cause you exert an inertial force on me
Some call it love
I call it Gravity Gravity

Your loving soul
It's a big black hole
You drag me in
Keep me in this spin
Now I know
I'm never gonna let you go

Cause you exert an inertial force on me
Some call it love
I call it Gravity Gravity

Now we're making waves
Stretching space and time
And in a billion years they might hear our chime
With their ligo
But I'm never gonna let you go

Cause you exert an inertial force on me
Some call it love
I call it Gravity Gravity

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from From The Live Stream, released October 11, 2017
Recorded mixed and Mastered by Enda

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Enda Reilly Plymouth, Michigan

Enda Reilly is a folk singer, songwriter and guitarist drawing influences from the likes of Christy Moore, John Martyn, Nick Drake and Dick Gaughan.
Rooted in the past with songs that strive for a better future, Enda Reilly’s work invites you to see the world from his varied and unique perspective through each new song.
Original songs in Irish and English, WB Yeats' poetry and collaborations.
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