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By , 13 February, 2013, No Comment

valentineA new song for the big pink and red sugar heart that is Valentine’s Day.

Be Oh My! Entire!
How she sails on the sea, Never know, I’ll never be, So slow

Long before the sun will rise. I told you that the moon is all we’ll ever see.
And we’re happy for it. Attention Senses! Attention Senses! Attention Senses! Attention Senses!
Happy for the lunar fields. The lunatics will be a great eclipse.
Happy for the way it shines. Like snow if snow you know was blind


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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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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 , 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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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