Looking For You

Posted: March 1, 2015 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time, music
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Looking-For-You-Mk2-web-Mo15Looking For You © 2006 Rod Morgan (aka Old Man Crow) illustration by Mo 2015
feeling much happier with the focus and feel with this one
here’s a link to the Mk 1 version
and the edited songs so far
looking-for-you-heart-wooddetail of the red heart wood

  1. coloremartine says:


    • Mo Crow says:

      Our beautiful Earth is at the tipping point, we have to start looking after her trees, her water, her soil, her air, all the animals, birds, insects, microbial beings, oh just everything … & y’know it will be so easy really… just a paradigm shift away from thinking about what we can dig out of her and start seriously doing some remedial work… Imagine…

    • Liz says:

      Dark in broad daylight …

  2. grace says:

    yes. a shift. Really, that’s it. Just a shift would WORK.
    This is a Fine illustration….interesting to see the difference in the two….

    • Mo Crow says:

      thanks for visiting and the encouragement the next song needs some radical work am steeling myself to go in with a scalpel to replace the bit that doesn’t work!

  3. Carol says:

    This is wonderful, Mo! I think you’ve done it! Oh, our poor ea

  4. Carol says:

    Sorry, I hate my iPad sometimes… I despair often about how we treat the earth but surely you are right, and we can all help make that shift. What we need is more Mo and less greed. I’m watching The Senate and finding it very depressing. More art, less politics is an other possibility.

    • Mo Crow says:

      ah Carol I can’t handle reading the newspapers or listening to the news ever since this lot took the reins of power, they just make me too mad, that Smashing Pumpkins song “Bullet with Butterfly Wings” keeps running through my head… “despite all my rage I’m still just in a rat in a cage…”

      • Carol says:

        So true! If I had any sense I’d stop watching but I’m like a dog with a bone. Keep going back and back, and getting angrier by the minute. Why am I not mellowing gracefully with age?

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