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By , 30 April, 2010, 1 Comment

Somebody isn’t very good sync’ing audio with video. I’ll say no more.

The Smoke Song Lyrics:

There’s smoke in the forest
Where the forest ought to be
I ought to climb down this old burning tree
But I’m looking out the ocean
Looking out to sea
But there’s smoke in the water
where my boat used to be
Boat used to be
Boat used to be

Now sent my love a letter
said won’t you marry me
But she burned the letter up now the smoke is all I see
Always love my true love
But she don’t love me
Cause there’s smoke in her heart
In the place I ought to be
I ought to be
I ought to be

In the forest flows a river
Where the forest won’t grow
And the cloudy smoke above is the river burned below
Some will go to heaven
Some straight in the ground
Me, I choose the fire
So my smoke can walk around
Can walk around
Can walk around

If she ever find this forest
and climbs up in my tree
Sees smoke rising up from the forest and the sea
Maybe I’m the smoke from the boat or the tree
But the smoke in her heart
Is the smoke I want to be
I want to be
I want to be

There’s smoke in the forest
Where the forest ought to be
I ought to climb down this old burning tree
But I’m looking out the ocean
Looking out to sea
But there’s smoke in the water
where my boat used to be
Boat used to be
Boat used to be

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By , 29 April, 2010, 1 Comment

This is another one I came up with while driving around. The melody feels really familiar and old timey. I don’t know if it’s some standard melody or what. Usually I don’t feel like what I’m singing is anything I’ve heard before, but this time it did.
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/smoke.mp3]
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Lyrics:
There’s smoke in the forest
Where the forest ought to be
I ought to climb down this old burning tree
But I’m looking out the ocean
Looking out to sea
But there’s smoke in the water
where my boat used to be
Boat used to be
Boat used to be

Now sent my love a letter
said won’t you marry me
But she burned the letter up now the smoke is all I see
Always love my true love
But she don’t love me
Cause there’s smoke in her heart
In the place I ought to be
I ought to be
I ought to be

In the forest flows a river
Where the forest won’t grow
And the cloudy smoke above is the river burned below
Some will go to heaven
Some straight in the ground
Me, I choose the fire
So my smoke can walk around
Can walk around
Can walk around

If she ever find this forest
and climbs up in my tree
Sees smoke rising up from the forest and the sea
Maybe I’m the smoke from the boat or the tree
But the smoke in her heart
Is the smoke I want to be
I want to be
I want to be

There’s smoke in the forest
Where the forest ought to be
I ought to climb down this old burning tree
But I’m looking out the ocean
Looking out to sea
But there’s smoke in the water
where my boat used to be
Boat used to be
Boat used to be

Here’s how it started, while driving in the car:
[audio: http://radioghost.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Smokesample.mp3]

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By , 27 April, 2010, 2 Comments

Sherwin has been telling stories for many years now. Most of the stories are for dusty old people like himself. People who have jobs and who’ve swum through a bit of the muck and mire.

But until now, he hasn’t written any stories for the undusty, un-old people. That short clean, wide-eyed population of people who don’t have jobs and haven’t yet swum through any muck or mire.

So his new episodic story, “The Rule Book & Calendar of Kittery Embers” will be just for them. While “The Rule Book” is a children’s story, he hopes that parents might enjoy it too.

The first AMV series resulted in the submission of various drawings and artworks from different artists around the country.

As Sherwin is planning on publishing “The Rule Book”, he is hoping for a similar response. He would very much like to include the drawings, paintings, sketches, or artwork of children, artists, or parents, in the final published work and on this website.

Please feel free to send any such work to Sherwin at “sleeves@radioghost.com”.

The first episode is almost complete and will be posted shortly. Like the regular AMV series, each episode will be 30 or so minutes and be a mixture of story and music.