Ecoustic Chapter 1
Naoki Kenji Lyrics


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Welcome
All are welcome
You have now entered
Entered the zone
Affectionately known in a word
Ecoustic

Where dimensions are neither
Too high to get over
Too low to get under
Nor sides too wide to get around

Subtle, yet abrupt
It can flow or crash
Occupy any time or space
Without disturbing it's natural, delicate balance

Ever changing, always evolving
So emotional
In a word
Ecoustic

Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic

Welcome
Styles, influences
Colors, shapes, forms
Temples made irrelevant
In a word
Ecoustic

In a word
Ecoustic

Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic
Ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic, ecoustic

Styles, influences
Colors, shapes, forms
Temples made irrelevant
In a word
Ecoustic

Styles, influences
Colors, shapes, forms
Temples made irrelevant




In a word
Ecoustic

Overall Meaning

The song "Ecoustic Chapter 1" by Naoki Kenji is an ode to the power of music and its ability to transcend boundaries and bring people together. The lyrics welcome all to a zone affectionately referred to as "ecoustic," where dimensions are neither too high to get over nor too low to get under. The song describes music as subtle yet abrupt, able to flow or crash and occupy any time or space without disturbing its natural, delicate balance.


The term "ecoustic" appears to be a play on the words "acoustic" and "electric," suggesting that the power of music is not limited to one genre or style. The song celebrates how music can mix and blend different styles, influences, colors, shapes, and forms, rendering temples irrelevant. The repetition of the word "ecoustic" throughout the song emphasizes the omnipotent energy of music and its influence on people regardless of their background or heritage.


The song's lyrics showcase the idea that music can evoke different emotions, and it is always evolving. It transcends the limitations and creates a space where art can be expressed without borders. The song represents how music is not limited to a particular genre or type; instead, it is a combination of different styles that forms a perfect blend to create something that can be felt deep inside.


Line by Line Meaning

Welcome
Greetings and salutations; you are warmly received


All are welcome
Everyone is invited and encouraged to be a part of this


You have now entered
By being here, you have crossed a threshold


Entered the zone
You are now in a unique and special space


Affectionately known in a word
It has a name that we use lovingly


Ecoustic
This thing we are experiencing is called Ecoustic


Where dimensions are neither
In this space, there are no barriers or limits


Too high to get over
Nothing is insurmountable or impossible


Too low to get under
Nothing is beneath notice or unworthy


Nor sides too wide to get around
Nothing is too vast or beyond understanding


Subtle, yet abrupt
It can be gentle or jarring, depending on the moment


It can flow or crash
It can be smooth or chaotic


Occupy any time or space
It can exist anywhere and anytime


Without disturbing it's natural, delicate balance
It does not upset the equilibrium that makes it unique


Ever changing, always evolving
It is forever shifting and growing


So emotional
It is full of sentiment and feeling


In a word
If we had to sum it up...


Ecoustic
...we would call it Ecoustic


Styles, influences
This encompasses various artistic genres and inspirations


Colors, shapes, forms
It includes a multitude of visual and spatial elements


Temples made irrelevant
Traditional modes of worship or reverence are unimportant here


In a word
Once again, if we had to describe it succinctly...


Ecoustic
...we would use the term Ecoustic




Writer(s): naoki kenji

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