Seebach: It would be nice to have a little peace

the Rasmus, which is just now celebrating its tenth anniversary, don't work as most of the other 37 hours a week. You can't ask the lyrics and melodies to k

Seebach: It would be nice to have a little peace

the Rasmus, which is just now celebrating its tenth anniversary, don't work as most of the other 37 hours a week. You can't ask the lyrics and melodies to k

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
10 November 2019 Sunday 15:00
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Seebach: It would be nice to have a little peace

the Rasmus, which is just now celebrating its tenth anniversary, don't work as most of the other 37 hours a week.

You can't ask the lyrics and melodies to keep away, just because you have decided to keep the end of the day, from pop-the-job.

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- It is to be a songwriter is a strange thing, for even when one has freedom, one has not completely free yet, for the melodies and the lyrics will come all the time. I always have melodies and lyrics that zooms around in my head, says Jeter, and continues:

- I'm going to be at, just so long as it is flowing in me. As long as I can feel, that the songs keep coming, and I have something on the heart. The day I have to sit and force it forward, and it no longer comes naturally, so I am holding a long pause.

- Fear you, that it stops?

- No, not at all. I would actually think it would be a little nice, if you could get a little peace up in the tuber once in a while.

Jeter is often recognized and asked for autographs and selfies, when he moves around in the public space. Photo: Per Lange

Updated: 10.11.2019 15:00
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