A new song about living in the past.


Verse 1:

Living out each day like it’s my last,

Trying to forget my sorry past,

As the time is moving oh so fast,

All while you’re still living in the past.


Verse 2:

Checking out before I’m checking in,

Trying to atone for my last sin,

Cause of all the trouble that I’m in,

Know that I will never let you win.



Doesn’t (didn’t) phase you {me} now, [not a bit]

Didn’t (doesn’t) phase you {me} then, [perhaps it should have]

Don’t you wonder how, [And why]

It happens again.


() : switch with previous each time chorus repeats

{}: switch with previous each time chorus comes back (including repeat)

[]: 2nd voice on chorus

Starring: Murphy the cat

Camera work by Kanga

Animal training by my wonderful sister

A few days ago, we had bacon. The day after that, we had bacon again. Someone said something about yesterday’s bacon. I said that would be a good title for a song. So I wrote a song titled “Yesterday’s Bacon.”


So, I wrote some liner notes / annotations for my album Wanderlest this morning, and wanted to share them on my website for those of you who have listened.

Check them out here.

And if you don’t have a copy of the physical disk yet but want one, use the contact form to reach me.

The woodlands

The woodlands

Me in my woodland dream

Me in my woodland dream

Here is a rough version of my Woodland Dreams Suite. The last movement may get an addition in the near future. This piece is several years in the making, and some of it may sound familiar to you from previous recordings. I’ve gotten inspiration from many sources. Enjoy.

Movement One

Movement Two

Movement Three

Close up of a branch

Close up of a branch