Love, Passion, Tears, Revolution and Romance! The Dreamer There´s a guy who likes the sun Who likes the birds and the wind Often he sits there lonely Reflecting on God and the world People often call him crazy Call him foolish Call him mad They say he thinks too much And anyway they´re right And they are wrong He makes himself life hard. "Scottish Heart – German Soul" is a poems book - emotional from the beginning to the end... this anthology of 43 poems and 16 original McLaw photos is beautiful, dirty and deep, pure emotional poetry, and it is first and foremost a tribute to love and life! It is a Valentine’s Day Gift for proofing your love, a Love Gift if you are actually in love with someone... just as well as a Beach Read for yourself... It is love, hate, beauty, desperation, hope, luck and sadness; about love affairs same as about the one and only love, it is about 80ies and 90ies and today. It´s revolutionary, from a German author who loves independent, wave, rock, gothic and all good styles of music... It´s in English and you even will find some French, international for an international world... happy, pure joy, a book about feelings, resistance, mysteries, fantasies, passion and punk...! A mixture of James Dean and Franz Kafka put into a book, sensitive, melancholy, sad, hopeful, nostalgic, searching for solutions, keeping hope and desires... It is deep and profound with an extraordinary style of independence. A book full of hidden wisdom and sometimes dark, sometimes glowing poetry. The collection features poems written at various points in McLaw’s career as a writer, lawyer, keen life observer and lover. A book full of poems and emotions… time after time, the reader will discover a new meaning... Have a break, read and enjoy! ...view the world differently! --- "Scottish Heart – German Soul" is the third book of the German author Mac McLaw after “Dreamhunter” and “Jungs weinen nicht”. It is Volume II of the Poems / Songs series of McLaw and written in English (“Jungs weinen nicht” is Volume I which is written in German).