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Robert Lloyd

“The Future’s Here,...

Written, produced and performed by Robert Lloyd.

One day it just occurred to me that everything we feared at one time in life has now arrived and is among us in our society.... so "The Future's Here, Please Help Us Lord"... LOL

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“The Future’s Here, Please Help Us Lord”
“The Future’s Here,...
Robert Lloyd

“COWBOYS ARE STRANGE CATS”

I wrote, produced and performed this song recently. It is about the simple yet obvious differences in the sexes using the cowboy and cowgirl imagery and a bit humor. This could be sung by either a male or a female artist.

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“COWBOYS ARE STRANGE CATS”
“COWBOYS ARE STRANGE CATS”
Robert Lloyd

“I’m Still Alive”

I wrote this song some years ago and did the recording in my home studio. I have always liked the lyrical story line as it talks of a devastating end to a relationship. With that known, he/she has to pick himself/herself up, break the chains of loneliness, stand up again and live a positive life nevertheless.

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“I’m Still Alive”
“I’m Still Alive”
Robert Lloyd

“OTTO WARMBIER DIED TODAY”

Written and produced and performed by me. American student Otto Warmbier died today after suffering at the hands of his North Korean captors for 17 months. I was outraged and as a songwriter I felt I would write and produce this song for his family and Americans in general.

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“OTTO WARMBIER DIED TODAY”
“OTTO WARMBIER DIED TODAY”
Robert Lloyd

The Africaan Poet

A fictitious story good and bad, the best of life and then of tragedy. Young boy works hard, loves his family, becomes a local popular writer and poet, marries the fairest girl in town, and then the horror of horrors occur.

Though fictitious, it is based on actual events going now and prevalent in this modern world of ours.

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The Africaan Poet
The Africaan Poet
Robert Lloyd