A song about how a girl is like a wildfire in that she's beautiful but also dangerous.
Just one note about the lyric sheet: I'm not all that familiar with formatting lyric sheets yet so hopefully it's formatted correctly!
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This song is about how we are sometimes capable of killing all of the good things in our own lives, such as love and happiness. It's about coping with self-sabotaging loss.
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This song is about my experiences with a severe crash after a couple of weeks of drug abuse/self-medicating to escape severe depression. I wrote this song after hitting rock bottom.
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This song is about dealing with the anger part of the 5 stages of grief and the confusion from an ended relationship. It's meant to feel raw, dark, unnerving, bitter, hurt, and confused.
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Two people meet on a train station platform, and the magic is instantaneous! The song has a catchy chorus hook and builds to a big crescendo at the end. With the right producer and arrangement, I can see this working for one of the 'new Nashville' chart toppers!
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This is an old 1999 recording of a song I never released. I think it has potential that's why I'm sharing it before I update the sound recording.
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Moving on after a failed and painful relationship...
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This song is the inner reflection, expressed outwardly, of a man's journey to God's purpose. All struggles, questions, and observations leading to one road of attaining salvation.
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When I was younger I felt desperate in life, but I took comfort from knowing someday I would be in a better place and write a song looking back on my life throwing back in time positive energy. I am now that person. This idea of a loop was inspired by Kate Bush's suite THE NINTH WAVE:
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Looking for additional input on this song I've been woodshedding. Already got some good feedback to slow the tempo down a little, deliver the vocal a little more laid back and get more comfortable playing it.
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Wrote this song for my first grandchild a few years back. I tried to write it from a universal point of view. This is a basic guitar/vocal recording. This song by no means is up to the standards of today's mainstream country music but it still touches my heart every time I listen to it. Even though I don't like the sound of my own voice.
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