A power ballad I wrote in February 2005 for the wedding of two close friends this March.
A song about a regular Texan guy’s blues in the White House, which I wrote in early 2003.
to state that not all blogs that are inactive are abandoned. Take this one for example. See, I haven’t updated my proto diary for a month now and not even written anything over on afoe but that doesn’t imply I have given up blogging much as I haven’t stopped reading in the meantime. I have […]
The George W Bush Don’t Worry, be Happy List by Tim Dunlop. Oh, and did I mention I composed a song called „George W Blues“…. well, it’s not actually blues, it’s got more of a Texan country feel in the latest version. It’s about a dyslexic boy whose dad once read to him from Machiavelli […]
So we loved, then we cried then we hid our hearts for too much time but I don’t believe we’re riven I’ll be bold, stand your wrath I’ll be like steel and I will love cause I won’t believe we’re riven. Nice chorus, no?
UPDATE (26/01/2007) The songs has been published on my demo album Quarterlife in late 2005. Check it out here. I never thought I could write lyrics. But the above title tells you that I did. Still very pleased with myself. Seriously, isn’t it nice to discover a previously hidden creative side in oneself? Once the […]
Believe it or not. Sometimes writing songs (that is playing / sequencing rather than actual „writing“) can be really rewarding. When it’s actually done, I might post a link to the song I’m referring to…