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artist: Dave Keir
Track from the 2006 CD 'Interim Reports' - see Links to purchase.
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Mostly autobiographical, a commuter's blues.
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artist: James Gordon
This song is about Cindy Sheehan's campaign to hold George W. Bush accountable for the death of her son in Ira
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artist: Troy Simon
title: Walk With Me
A summer-time tune...one of the first songs I ever wrote.
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artist: Ray Watson
No matter who you are, or where you are, you need to remember......someone cares for you.
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Jan Davis wrote this song, seeing his beautiful daughter, Laura, by the sea. Composed for a music video soundt
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we live our lives never thinking of the future. we only think of today...And leave nothing behind but death
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Remix of a song from the film "The Wicker Man"
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artist: Kevin Miller
After reading about the Sand Creek Massacre, and Chief Black Kettle, I wrote this song on his behalf. The lyr
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artist: Don Peters
title: Annabelle
Gillian Welch cover
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title: The Ship
Atmospheric moodiness
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A fussion of orchestral and epic music with a irish jig tune (tobin's jig)
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This song is dedicated to my Granddaughter Lucy Wren and is the first track on my new album Rhapsody In Sea.
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artist: Binah.sv
title: Ata chonen
Jewish Spiritual - Juedisches Gebet; Sabina Paulss (vocal) Veli Mehmetoglu (all Instruments), homerecorded by
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artist: Trick T Olly
I feel that this is one of Robert Jones' worst songs. Thus I, as the Robert Jones biographer, may be the only
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#2 on SoundClick.com's Free Jazz. Another innovative chord ballad - pretty sweet vocal too.
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title: Poppies
Lest We Forget.
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A guitar duet of one of my favorite old Irish folks songs.
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Charles Cornelius Tyler
Acoustic
Acoustic Folk
"Love is here"
Sing the song so sweet to my ear. Love is here.
theonem
I know youve lived this before... ur in a relationship yada yada...: Everything is great u love life.... she/he loves you back... but then... a couple of months down the road, ok lets not be so negative a year down the road(im being too optimistic) the big fight... the blowout... you say a lot of things u dont mean one of the people involved gets crushed meaning like destroyed mentally (that was my case).... well i dont need to go into details.... i know youve been there before... unless ur a nun or a catholic priest in which case... WOW u go online too??? well nuff rambling... stop by take a listen... http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6392474 C...
Don Peters
Derivatives: I was listening to an interview with Frank Partnoy on public radio today about derivatives on Wall Street and how the brokers and people creating these things and selling them have hoodwinked so many people. The "insurance" that AIG has sold and now lost out on is nothing more than gambling. Now we, the taxpayers, get to cover their losses. Wish I could get a deal like that. The only derivatives I have are those songs of mine that probably sound like something I've heard before. At least the public doesn't have to pick up the tab for them. Don...
Sister Phyllis
Feeding the Multitudes: Feeding the Multitudes And his disciples say unto him, Whence should we have so much bread in the wilderness, as to fill so great a multitude?Matthew 15:33 One day, when Jesus was sitting near the Sea of Galilee, multitudes of people came to Him to have their friends and relatives healed. They glorified God as He cured the lame and the blind. At one point, Jesus decided the people needed something to eat and He told the disciples of the need. The disciples looked out across the vast number of people, the men alone accounting for over four thousand. Who can blame them when they asked ho...
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