Streets of Rome | Simple Rules for Living (Song for the Captain)

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Simple Rules for Living (Song for the Captain)

by Streets of Rome

Streets Of Rome is a California singer-songwriter band creating unique songs of love, life, hope and faith.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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Streets Of Rome is a California singer-songwriter band that writes and performs unique songs of faith, freedom, and hope.

Compared to eternity, even the longest life here on Earth is a speck, a grain of sand on an endless beach. So, what to do with the time we have? Be kind, be thankful, be interesting. Do something every day for others. As Buckminster Fuller said, "God is a verb." That's us, too, little verbs moving across the pages of life. Moses came down the mountain with two tablets and ever since we have been trying to find our way back up the hill. The answer is simple - let love be your compass, let laughter lighten your load. See you at the top!

Dedicated to cousin Steve Brown, a sea captain and San Pedro pirate.

Streets Of Rome is Edward Patrick Mooney (vocals and guitar) and Ana Anzore (vocals and guitar).

Words and Music: Edward Patrick Mooney and Ana Anzore.
Musical Arrangement: Stu Manzano; Vocal Arrangements: John F Farey

Special guests on this track: Andy Bishop, drums; Mario Cipollina, bass; Jim Thornton, chimes; Special thanks to the 'Live Laugh Love' choir: Debi Farey, Karin Beddow, Jim Thornton, Danielle Beddow, Tara McCollum, John Farey, Johnny Reed, Stu Manzano, Mohawk Blade, Bob Gibson, Tabi Wildenbort.

Recorded at Bluestone Recording, Petaluma, California: programming and engineering by John Farey, with additional engineering by Greg Beddow.

Produced by Edward Patrick Mooney and Bluestone.

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