Still Sweet was originally written without words. Dai asked me to fit
words to the piece, as an experiment to see if I could both interpret
the dramaturgy of the piece and then find words which were
I felt that in Still Sweet, the singer starts with a feeing of
romantic confusion, and insecurity, but with the support of the viola
and alto flute gains insight by the end of the work.
I’m in any you we you
you are Him then,
you and I we are
where are you?
I am any
you we you are when I’m
then I am anyone, I’m anyone then?
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