Sat, 09 Feb 2008

Feb 09, 2008, 16:47 [home/music/song_bios]
Song a Day

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So I’ve decided to write a song a day!

The guy who has agreed to produce my next CD suggested I put that goal out in front of myself… that I’d need at least 40 songs going into this project to come out with ten for the CD.

It’s a little overwhelming— a song a day seems like an awful big mouthful. But a bite at a time, I think I can handle it.

Last night’s song actually came out quite cool, I think. And tonight’s was even better. Rather than chart them out, I just record them— it’s easier for me I guess.


Didn’t I
by Jason Silver

Didn’t I tell you? Maybe I didn’t.
Didn’t I warn you? I thought I did.
Didn’t you see it? ‘Cause you weren’t smiling…
I thought you knew then. I really did.

When I look to the sky I can see the world falling
When I look in your eyes “we” are gone
And I see lonely days looking back at lonely memories
To the tune of an old forgotten song

Didn’t start walking; just to trip up
I can’t accept that. No, I’m not that bad.
Why are you still here? We’ve got to leave it now
And in the morning I will be gone

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Feb 09, 2008, 15:57 [home/webdesign/perl_scripts]
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