The things we love do not belong to us. To love properly, first we need trust. Then we need patience. If it is meant for us…it will come to us.
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I wrote this song late one night during my regularly-scheduled existential feels-crisis. I'm gonna guess it was a Thursday. (Thursdays can be so feelsy.)
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Here’s to a brand new year and a brand new way to be!
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I wrote this song about how impossible it is to live with or date me. I'm controlling and particular and inflexible. Well, I used to be. People do change, you know. …Sometimes. …Maybe.
I wrote this for my best friend in high school. I haven't seen her in so very long as of the writing of this post. But I still think of her when I hear this song, and quite a few others. Here's to you. (It’s her birthday.)
So, I've been kind of way into making loops and electronic stuff or whatever you call it and it's like way way way easier than recording acoustically. Wow. Recording vocals is like…so hard, you guys. Just listen to this hardcore synthfest instead.
This one is my grandma's favorite. Sing it. Just do it.
And this is me doing the same song two years ago.
This is an incredibly well-written song about an giant squid, if I'm not mistaken. Jonathan Coulton is in my opinion one of the most incredible songwriters out there. He's goofy and funny at the same time he's hitting me somewhere deep and real. He can write a song about a anything and it could simultaneously bring a tear to your eye and a smile to your lips. Check him out.
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I wrote this song about a night I spent with someone I either really loved or who just inspired a lot of love in me. It has the added benefit of a totally belt-able bridge, which is basically my softest spot. Nothing is more cathartic than yelling on pitch.
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Happy birthday to my best friend, who is definitely still learning a lot every day. I think of you sometimes when I'm writing about the feels I know we share. I wish you only the best, the most enlightening, and also the most intense and absurd so that you'll have very good stories to tell next time I see you.
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I'm just a guy who writes music and then plays it. I feel like it's pretty straight-forward.