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 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.
I wrote this song late one night while I was visiting my parents. First I wrote all the words in my head while lying in the guest bed. Then I crept out of bed and downstairs to the piano and very quietly wrote this song, one nearly silent key at a time, in the middle of the night.
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Today is the first one-year anniversary I've ever had.. It's also the first time I dated a woman. So, of course, this song is all about her…and me…and our strange past and amazing future. Happy anniversary, baby girl.
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I wrote this song as a concept piece when a friend asked me to do the soundtrack to his short film. It never made it onto the project proper, but it's now one of my text tones, so… still pretty cool, yeah?
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This song makes me think of all those many moments I waste every day worrying about all the moments I wasted the day before. Vicious cycle, much? Yeah, so really it's a simple concept: forget what just happened, and don't even think about what's going to happen next. Just truly live…and live free.
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This song was my first shot at recording a chorus of me. (Me on me on me, all at once, in one line? Woah! Now that's advertising right there.) It went better than I thought it would, honestly, considering it was totally spontaneous and I didn't have any of my equipment with me. The end annoys the poo out of me, though, so feel free to judge me like a crazy person. Lord knows I do.
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I'm just a guy who writes music and then plays it. I feel like it's pretty straight-forward.