Something I wrote a month ago:
One of the great mysteries in my life is how I wrote songs about loss, grief, and death, before I ever experienced it! My songs speak to me deeply as an adult; they cannot simply be the shallow musings of a teenager.
Click the blue links below to hear my songs:
I am planning to continue recording my songs. It has been a fantastic experience for me. I am improving. I’m ready for the next step . . .
I want to do some live performing again. Maturity has some advantages! I have no fear, which makes it so much easier. My husband said he’d go with me, and I’ll share my venue (Open Microphone) when it happens.
I’m going to share my song that I recently sang at George’s studio. It is a simple, acoustic freestyle recording. This is not my “best song.” This is not a song with a hook or even a chorus. I am sharing the 30-year-old version of this song.
Sharing songs at this juncture is like sharing an illustration as a “line drawing.” I’m sure with vocal improvement and added background accompaniment my song would sound better. I can always share it again later on with the added features. And of course, my improvement will show.
It is simply a song from my heart. It speaks about my life. It was written when I was 19-years-old. I might be 50 now, but it still speaks to me.
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