Tracy: I’ll be back in six months.
Isaac Davis: Six months are you kidding? Six months you’re gonna go for?
Tracy: We’ve gone this long, well what’s six months if we still love each other?
Isaac Davis: Hey, don’t be so mature, okay? I mean, six months is a long time! Six months, you know you’re gonna be, you’ll be in, in, in, in the th - working in a theater there, you’ll be with actors and directors, you kno w you’re, you know, you go to rehearsal, and you, you hang out with those people, you have lunch a lot, and, and, before you even know it attachments form and, and, you know, I mean, you, you don’t want to be get into that kind a, I mean, you, you’ll change. You know, you’ll be, you’ll be, in six months you’ll be a completely different person.
Tracy: Well, don’t you want me to have that experience? I mean a while ago you made such a convincing case.
Isaac Davis: Ye, yeah of course I do, you know, but you - you know, you, I mean you, I, I just don’t want - that thing about you that I like to change.
Tracy: I’ve got to make a plane.
Isaac Davis: C’mon, you don’t - c’mon. You don’t, you don’t have to - go.
Tracy: Why couldn’t you have brought this up last week? Six months isn’t so long. Not everybody gets corrupted. You have to have a little faith in people.
To a kid, making music can seem very mysterious, but the fundamental love of playing around with different sounds and listening to how they sound when strung fluidly together is something every musician and composer discovers first in childhood. “I wanted a toy that allowed children to discover for themselves how music was actually made.”
IT’S CALLED “SOUND TRACK”
def getting this for my kids
SOMEBODY GET ME THIS!
YES GIVE ME ONE
Maybe I seemed to scream
That if I got cancer or somebody shot me
I’d be like a child or something,
Asking doctors to do me favors
or cross my fingers and hope it gets better
Like a broken record, I seem to scream,
If you don’t die young, you’re gonna live too long.