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By , 23 March, 2010, 8 Comments

For this one I did two live takes from two different perspectives and then laid down a couple voices for the chorus and a string backing. So it’s live with some post work.

The clapping is to help me sync the audio (recorded on the pc) with the video (recorded on a Vado). Also I love clapping, regardless of how bad I am at it.


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Lyrics:

Oh I never said this
my life is always ending
I built a little village
then burned it down

All along the edges
of fire and such inventions
like tourniquets and windmills
I saved the town

Hold to the body
As we swing from the stars
Hold to the body
As we swing from the stars

I’ve got a shoebox
of worn out believers
We’ve traveled so far
But we can’t seem to get here
Just like followers of a not yet born universe
Just like followers of a not yet born universe

Life in outer space
Is like laying in a coffin
An eternity of darkness
Without a sound

Only little children
dismayed and lightly wounded
can build a better rocket
and leave the ground

Did you know…I need a job?

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By , 18 March, 2010, 1 Comment

This is a live take of a song I’ve been working on. I don’t think it’s gonna go much further than this. It’s just kind of what it is and doesn’t need any big production. You can’t see the piano, but it’s down there below the mic… 🙂

Anyway, I didn’t really know I was writing a song about my mother-in-law who died recently until I was most of the way through.

Because the video and audio recorded separately, I did a little “clapper” thing to sync em up.

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Lyrics:

The trees and stones unfold unlock the earth
The music of the swollen aquifer
Like morphine in the dripping catheter
Dust to dust without another word

So come home, Virginia, come home tonight
As the bull breaks the china, the rope bleeds the kite

For this dark ceremonial
Vampire rodeo
The horns of the bull
Leave you just like poor Romeo

So Im bracing for, the moment the lord
Comes down down down down to meet me
So battered and sore, its hard to unlock a door
I always doubted existed

All alone and then with everyone
Like Vladimir and wretched Estragon
Muttering theres nothing to be done
Waiting to begin and then youre gone

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By , 17 March, 2010, 2 Comments

If the Old Cowboys song had some kind of political undertone then this one comes wrapped and ready for church.

Lyrics seem to get formed from the sounds that show up. So the themes usually seem outside my control. That’s probably not really true, but usually I feel kind of puzzled about the words. So while maybe I wish this was a cool song about a guy hunting leopards, instead it’s kind of a walking on the beach with Jesus tune. But that’s fine too. And that’s not really what it is, but that’s a good simple way to describe it.

This song started out this morning at around 8:37 as I drove home after dropping Sam off at school. I sometimes find melodies I like while driving and then I just use the voice recorder on my phone so I don’t forget. Here’s this morning’s voice recording:

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I don’t think this song is done yet, but I have a lot of work coming up and usually when that happens I lose track of songs like this one. So I thought I’d just post it. Hopefully I can fix some of the things that bug me. But here’s where it is now:

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Lyrics:
If you pay me some attention
And tell me no lies
My last invention
A machine to love all mankind

And if you end up in the mountains
Look down upon the plains
My last invention
Will light up the way

Ahead now full till you feel the pain
If it gets too hot I’ll invent the rain
If you get lost, it’s not a sin
If you fall down, get up again
If it gets too hard, just call my name
And hold on tight, I’ve got the reins
Whether me or you it’s all the same
Ahead now full I’ve got the pain

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By , 11 March, 2010, 5 Comments

Sam Sleeves

Continuing the normal voice thing. I’m gonna have to come up with a new name…maybe Sam Sleeves. He could be Sherwin’s very young nephew… 🙂

Anyway, I wrote this song for an American Idol songwriting contest a little while back. I thought it might fun to try to write a pop song, to see if I intersected anywhere with the world of Big Contemporary Pop!

And I don’t think I do…but Regie Hamm won with his song, Time of my Life.

The Poor Man’s Lullaby is my mother’s favorite song of mine. She mentions it a lot and doesn’t understand why I can’t get a big record deal out of it. And she also doesn’t understand why I sing so many songs with dirt in my throat.

Lois doesn’t like the chorus and I’ve tried to fix it. She has really good instincts and helps me with stories and music a lot. If she says something isn’t right, then I usually trust her. But songs are like cement and they set quickly.

But here it is, The Poor Man’s Lullaby:

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Lyrics:

I walk the railway station at the end of the day
I watch the moon from the train but we can’t pull away
It follows close behind, like it slipped its lunar line

Don’t lock the cabin when I’m sleeping I get lost in my dreams
I hear the ticket man, the passengers, the engineer
Sing a poor man’s lullaby, out of tune and out of time

Did anybody lose me? Did anybody take me home? Did anybody lose me?
Cause here I am wondering…

I take my luggage from the porter and then make for the street
I hear the echo of the automatic sound of my feet
Trailing close behind, like I’m trampling over time

From the sun to the moon and from the earth to me
A distant tension like a silence how it makes me weep and
Sing a poor man’s lullaby, out of tune and out of time

Did anybody lose me? Did anybody take me home? Did anybody lose me?
Cause here I am wondering…

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By , 10 March, 2010, 9 Comments

Thought I’d continue along with the normal voice experiment. I don’t really know where this song came from. I’m not very political, but this song is.
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Lyrics:

All the Palestinians are coming around
Taking shears to the baskets
of their thorny crowns

And all the Israelis agree
To divide the divine up equally

But oh don’t break for this
Philosophy’s perfect apocalypse

the truth is born of pain
Moment by moment and then refrain

All the lost Indians are streaming back
From the mountains and the canyons
And their broken shacks

And all the Old Cowboys agree
To divide the divine up equally

But oh don’t break for this
Philosophy’s perfect apocalypse

the truth is born of pain
Moment by moment and then refrain

And did you know…I need a job?

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By , 9 March, 2010, 1 Comment

When I first met Lois I was playing guitar and singing with a kind of high tenor voice. When I started doing songs with piano, I flipped my Leonard Cohen coin and started singing in the gutter range. Lois doesn’t dislike the gutter voice too much, but she often says that she wishes I’d sing like I used to. When she heard the Lay My Head Down song, she mentioned this again and so I thought I’d do a more “normal” version. Here ya go baby!

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Lyrics:
I been lying in this manger
Down beneath the Bodhi tree
Like a pilgrim bound for Mecca
But the road is all I see
So I laid down in the starlight
Fell asleep and had a dream
That I’d hunted all the mountains
And I’d captured all the trees
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

When I met you
For the first time
How strange I couldn’t see
My legs buckled, I’d done searching
And I was down upon one knee
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

All these earthquakes and disasters
All these wars and enemies
Well, here’s your warning to destruction
Cause your lady’s married thee
So to William and Elizabeth
What holds you tight sets you free

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By , 4 March, 2010, 6 Comments

Photo by Stephanie Gould

Tomorrow on Ron & Fez, it’s the “World’s Fastest Wedding” with Bill & Elizabeth set to tie the knot on air.

Here are two songs to go along with it, neither one fast or even short.

The first song really belongs to the Japanese band “UmiKebu”. They sent me the music a week or so ago and asked me to come up with a lyric and it suddenly seemed to fit in with this wedding deal.

I wasn’t sure if Kevin of UmiKebu could mix my million crazy vocals down in time, so I wrote another song, just in case. But he’s the World’s Fastest Mixer! I wish I could have him mix all my stuff. Anyway…

Song 1: “Lifted” Umikebu Feat. Sleeves
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Lyrics: Lets say you lift me
Until the body break down
Until the flesh grows weak
Until the light turns down
And everything I need
As the body breaks down
As you lifted me
To be or not to be

And all these premonitions
This whole land of felons
And every damned and new thief
And every lost and broken bastard
And anyone who’s ever broke down
And anyone who’s needing shelter
And if you’ve fallen by the wayside
And if you’re bleeding in the gutter
Instead of falling by the black sea
Come dance with me

Song 2: “Lay My Head Down”
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Lyrics:
I been lying in this manger
Down beneath the Bodhi tree
Like a pilgrim bound for Mecca
But the road is all I see
So I laid down in the starlight
Fell asleep and had a dream
That I’d hunted all the mountains
And I’d captured all the trees
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

When I met you
For the first time
How strange I couldn’t see
My legs buckled, I’d done searching
And I was down upon one knee
Lay my head down, let my heart take over me
Lay thy head down, let thy heart take over thee

All these earthquakes and disasters
All these wars and enemies
Well, here’s your warning to destruction
Cause your lady’s married thee
So to William and Elizabeth
What holds you tight sets you free

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By , 2 March, 2010, 1 Comment


Perry has some really good “coming back from the break” rejoiner songs. I was working on this tune and it wasn’t going anywhere and then I thought it might work like that.
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Image by JoeyLongo! Thanks buddy!