This for my childhood friends...just a thought..Thanks to everyone for helping to make this song a #1 Acoustic Folk Chart song on SOUNDCLICK.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
(Vocal) Have you ever been madly in love with someone who's also a friend, and are afraid to tell them cause you're too shy? So you lie back in bed in the evenings and daydream about them.
#3 today (Sub-genre)
Based on a true sad story of a teenage girl who was bullied and the source of cretins amusement due to facial disfigurements. Sad that anyone could make fun of this issue
#4 today (Sub-genre)
This is a song I wrote several years ago and was covered by Lance Cyrlin whose 12 string guitar version filled my heart with joy. I redid this for Ukulele, changing it from C to D major.
#5 today (Sub-genre)
An autobiographical song - Autumn 1968, woods near our homes in South Yorkshire. Written for Shirley in 2001, prompted by a sepia print of the photo I took that day. Well, would you be happy to have oak leaves carefully added to your hair?
#6 today (Sub-genre)
This song about the mystery of time revolves around a pun between the usual meaning of 'timeless' as being eternal and 'timeless' as being out of time.
#8 today (Sub-genre)
A tribute to the late Vassar Clements
#10 today (Sub-genre)
Cut #5: "Always One More Smile" - Instrumental Electro-Acoustic piece from 'Last Warm Morning', the Fifth and Final Album by 'Tom Slayton Effect', a side project of Jazz Artist Michael Lee Thomas, released in November 2014.
#13 today (Sub-genre)
I was young and wild. Drank a lot and managed to ruin my first two cars. Then I met my first Big Love. Thought I had it all. It didn't work out. I remember cruisin' the Frisian lands like a wild one. Headphones recommended. (Original songfile - 1990)
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