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A Girl Named October
A s this first entry is being posted, the sun will be crossing the celestial equator. Today,Read more.
A Star Is Bored
This recording of this song aspires to what I believe the music press likes to call “amiable sloppiness.” I thoughtRead more.
Only the Dance
This song has always escaped my grasp in the past and this time is no exception. Let’s call this recordedRead more.
Kingdom of Fools
T his is my latest finished song. Recently, I saw a bumper sticker with big, bold letters on a patrioticRead more.
Looking for Trouble
It was a rainy Saturday in the early summer of 1981. I was sitting on a wooden chair at theRead more.
Pretty Little Head
I’ve got a pain in my head and a fire in my loins… and a whole lot of empty inRead more.
Kristin (Was Never Here)
It’s too hot to think, here… it’s certainly too hot to strap on a pair of headphones. I recorded thisRead more.
When Ashley Said Goodbye
It’s another scorcher here in south Cali… not as oppressive, maybe, as yesterday — unless you’re foolish enoughRead more.
Spit in the Ocean
I wrote this song when I was working in a gas station in a very rough part of town. YouRead more.
I Can See Myself in My Guitar
This is the headstock of my first guitar. Sharp-eyed comics fans will note the faded image of the Silver Surfer,Read more.
There Ain’t No Heart in My Heart Anymore
Sometimes, back in the days of my fitful career as punkrocker-turned-folkie, I used to tag myself as the Bard ofRead more.
There was one thing on my mind when I wrote this song. I wanted to get in the line, “GetRead more.
Sheena No Sheena (No Sheena No)
This song started with me dropping my head into my hands, addressing a friend who was not present but whoRead more.
When You Look Through Me
Not sure, really, why the lyrics of this 1994 tune came to me. I wasn’t in a relationship at theRead more.
His or Mine
Continuing right along in the slow boil, passive aggressive vein… This one goes back to August 1990. There’s notRead more.