The JIDF Feels Its Luck Could Change

The following song is highly significant to the JIDF for various reasons. We are fans of radiohead. We appreciate both their use and criticism of technology. We like their sound. We like their messages (in music, not politics.) This song evokes memories of seeing the band live in NYC just a month before 9/11. We saw them both at Madison Square Garden and in New Jersey. In Jersey, we were 20 feet from the stage. In the center. Behind the band was the Statue of Liberty. Behind the Statue of Liberty, was the World Trade Center (less than a month before it was destroyed.) This song (written many years prior to 9/11) brings up imagery of victims of the 9/11 attacks "standing on the edge" and not knowing whether to jump or burn in the fires (a re-occurring nightmare for the JIDF.) A metaphor which speaks of where we all are at this point in civilization as well....A song about the begging to be "pulled out of the aircrash." An anti-establishment song about not even having time for the head of state. Or even time for anyone. A song which includes the Biblical name of "Sarah." A song about love. It's also song which reminds the JIDF how "lucky" we are to even be here---A song begging and pleading for redemption---saying it will be a "glorious day" when it arrives. A song about wanting to be a superhero. A song wishing for a superhero. A song about good luck, bad luck, and changing luck. The name of the song is "Lucky".....enjoy:

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