Archive for January, 2011

Song #42. “Friday Rocks!”

I was thinking of all my friends who returned to the grind this morning.  This one goes out to you!

Demo features David Kalmusky on guitar (Journey, Emerson Drive)
FRIDAY ROCKS!

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Song #41. “Girl In The Car”

Well, this song is as ridiculous as it is true.  It takes dramatic license with a story, throws that story into a Delorrean traveling at 88Mph.  When the flux capacitor get’s the requisite 1.21 Gigawatts, the car returns from 1984 with this song in it.

GIRL IN THE CAR

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Song #40. “Fate”

There is just no escaping it.  Another song that was written on the dog walk.  Thanks to meeting a cool neighbor who told me her story… followed by some other Nashville stories.

FATE

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Song #39. “frenemy”

A song about realizing what’s important in life and about what’s not.  A concept I wish many people in the world would understand.

FRENEMY

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Song #38. “Feel Like That”

All about facing life head on, warts and all, in the middle of a battle with cancer.

Update: cried a lot on the final mix. Dana I wrote this for you when you were writing about the hardest time you were having keeping up the fight. So sorry it took a while to get this recorded right.

Lots of love from all of us! – Russell

FEEL LIKE THAT

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Song #37. “On The Run”

Not sure I know what to say about this one yet.  We will see once it is recorded.

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Song #36. “Fall In Like”

A co-write with Ginnie Donaldson.  All about dating, giving up, trying again, becoming cynical, and regret.

It’s actually more fun than all that.

FALL IN LIKE

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Song #35. “Home Again”

Another upbeat (not) song in the crappy stretch of weather…

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Song #34. “To Be Alive”

It’s a long crazy journey that brings us to wherever we are in the world.  At least it has been for me  :-)

TO BE ALIVE

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Song #33. “Nashville, TN”

A little song about the cultural mish mash and mis-match around here.  Inspired by a new and incredible person I met today who is also fighting cancer.  She is 30 and has 4 kids.

NASHVILLE, TN

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