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Tragedy in the making. Loss already made.
That's Where I'll Go, (c)2003 Cindy Miller/BMI & Chuck Crowe/BMI
Wytch Rock... bayyybeeee...
For Wendy. This one actually has a few words & it was recorded live...just acoustic guitar & me pretending to
title: Make It Easy
Acoustic song of rejection featuring Jack Tannehill - Vocals & Acoustic Guitar Buck Dilly - Hammond Organ & E
This is a song about burning down someone's house. Enjoy!
artist: Silvertrain
title: Misfit
I've got to get away...
artist: Schming (GA)
title: Mullorahm
This song is about losing touch with someone very close to you, only to meet them later and find they are a co
artist: Alexis d
life on a city street
An original song Recorded @ "Scilence Studios" -almost the FINAL version *new* sum background echo on the v
title: Carly
Very sad accoustic song with very powerfull vocals. You get chills when you hear it.
Its Funky! Its Tight! Its Jazz! The Lyrics are never the same twice!! Its SOUR GRAPES!!!!!
artist: Paddy Gibney
title: Let It Out
Let it Out is a little confusing, even to me as the writer. It's an angry song, about twisted love, about one
title: Call my Name
Song from debut EP.
title: Nectarine
A song contrasting nature and well ummm sex. Their both natural things so of course they should go together
artist: MerJer
Sometimes things look better somewhere else, but if you look deep inside, sometimes you find you already have
artist: Healy & Orr
a little ditty about drivin someone crazy.
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Peter MacIntyre
Acoustic Rock
I play a variety of cover tunes ranging from The Beatles to Frank Sinatra and John Couger. I also perform original songs that are heavily influenced by The Beatles, Harry Chapin and James Taylor.
Tony Seo
Acoustic Rock
"Wings From Hell"
Out of the darkness!
Homage to Ethel Smith by Aline G. Fletcher - : Hey people, check this out: Tico-tico no Fuba performed by Ethel Smith What I would like to share today is a video I found on youtube with performance of “Tico-tico no Fuba” on a Hammond Organ by Ethel Smith, also known as the “Lady of the Organ”. It was recorded for a movie in 1944 called “Bathing Beauty”. Her performance is brilliant and genius, as no one else could ever achieved. “Tico-tico no Fuba” (Tico-tico Bird in the Cornmeal) was her best known hit. It reached No. 14 on the U.S. pop charts in November 1944 and sold over one million copies worldwide. It was composed on the...
Sister Phyllis
RECALL NOTICE: RECALL NOTICE: The Maker of all human beings (GOD) is recalling all units manufactured, regardless of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary and central component of the heart. This is due to a malfunction in the original prototype units code named Adam and Eve, resulting in the reproduction of the same defect in all subsequent units. This defect has been technically termed "Sub-sequential Internal Non-Morality," or more commonly known as S.I.N., as it is primarily expressed. Some of the symptoms include: 1. Loss of direction 2. Foul vocal emissions 3. Amnes...
Way to go Jon Stewart!: Last night on The Daily Show Jon Stewart ripped Jim Cramer and financial reporters like CNBC a new one! You can go to to see the whole interveiw that was too long to put on the air. Jon points out and exposes how financial reports on these shows are falsehoods designed to help line the pockets of CEO's and those people who really don't give a damn about the people paying into their funds. I normally don't blog much about the news and such but this interview really hit the spot. Jon was dead serious throughout the interview and challenged Jim Cramer (Fast Money) and MSNBC to...
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