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Wrong Road to Heaven

Words & Music by David Sanchez. Vocals by Leonard Tucker.

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Wrong Road to Heaven
Wrong Road to Heaven
David Sanchez

Believing Is Seeing

I wrote this song with Thom McHugh. The demo vocal is by Matt Dame.

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Believing Is Seeing
Believing Is Seeing
Brent Baxter

On Your Own

Midtempo Pop song reminiscent of James Taylor

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On Your Own
On Your Own
Bob Crawford

Made for Shades

Co-write with Kim Ouellette. Original title was "Some Days Were Made for Shades", but felt it was a a little too long, so it got shortened.

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Made for Shades
Made for Shades
Phillip Lemmonds

Indigo

I wrote this song with Jon Henderson and Craig Campbell. The demo singer is Lane Turner.

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Indigo
Indigo
Brent Baxter

Moving On With My...

I wrote this song some time ago when I was trying to tackle a heartache at one point in my life. I am not a singer. Right now it sounds pitiful in my ears.

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Moving On With My Life
Moving On With My...
Ronnie Glenn

Sneak That Peek

Co-write with Kim Ouellette. Written for a female singer.

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Sneak That Peek
Sneak That Peek
Phillip Lemmonds

Lovin’ In It

I wrote this with Neal Coty and Tyler Oban (of the band The Railers). Demo vocal by Red Marlowe.

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Lovin’ In It
Lovin’ In It
Brent Baxter

Maybe Tomorrow - demo...

The demo singer is Michael Lusk

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Maybe Tomorrow - demo - (Ronnie Glenn)
Maybe Tomorrow - demo...
Ronnie Glenn

Safe

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Safe
Safe
Jayne Sachs

Old Souls

We feel this could cross from/to country/pop
Thanks for listening!

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Old Souls
Old Souls
Jayne Sachs

Ravin’

This is a 'fragment' ...just first verse and chorus with very basic instrumentation (all GarageBand) - a lot more work to do on this. The title is a pun on Edgar Allen Poe's 'The Raven' - sort of shifted to modern times - The idea being that loss and regret are felt just as deeply today as they were when the poem was written 170 years ago.

Words to this fragment:

Been ravin' all night but I'm feeling low
This ravin' crowd could never know
Lenore you were my best girl and I miss you so
And the beat of the band just beats me down

It's after midnight and I'm so damn weary
New York city's looking dark and dreary
I call your name but its much to late
Never again it’s just the kiss of fate

So sure that I heard your voice just now
I need to see you one more time
The beat of your heart, the beat of my heart,
Nevermore, nevermore, nevermore, nevermore


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Ravin’
Ravin’
Philip Berent

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