Wrote this last night before I fell asleep. Fortunately had my iPod right next to me so I recorded it and redid it on my computer this morning with harmony.

The words are simple:

“Iron roses, fire deep, take me back there, where I once belonged.”

That just repeats throughout the whole thing, and I do variations on the first melody.

I have no idea what the words mean, they just were what I was singing with the melody. Make your own meaning from them if you wish.

10. December 2013 · Write a comment · Categories: Music, Voice · Tags: ,

And, as I was sitting at my computer, I found myself singing another song. So here it is. I started singing it then pressed record and started again, so this was composed basically live. Kind of improvised.

This song I wrote this morning and recorded, with harmony, on my computer. Nothing too deep about this one, just a fun little song.

The words just came with it, particularly the chorus. It came to me first thing in the morning after I woke up.

A video by me and my dear friend Charlie Bleisch. Check out his website at pipelore.com

I hear there was a bit of confusion about my last post.. I actually did sing the song and put the video together. Here it is if you missed it the first time: “The Green Hills of Earth”

Making that was so much fun I just had to make another. Here’s the background:

A science fiction legend says that if a sentient being dies in hyperspace, part of its consciousness is preserved. A bit like a wooly mammoth in a tar pit. What is left of the being’s awareness vaguely perceives an abstraction of the Multiverse.

After the video starts playing, press the CC button in the bottom right corner on the left if you want to see the lyrics. These are my own lyrics this time.

And now, “Let’s go on.”