Discovery Mode: from the beginning

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There’s Always Trouble
There’s always trouble in a fool’s paradise There’s always trouble but the fool don’t realize Trouble comes knocking just when
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Rachel, Tell Me No
Yet another girl-name song from 1996’s Barista Cycle, a project that marked what was pretty much my last real stab
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What Promises Mean Today
Now this is an oldie. I believe it was written in 1974. I was in love at the time (we
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A Bird Hung in the Sky
I wrote the first two verses of this dark little slice of apocalyptica back in the early or mid 70’s
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All Because of You
Yesterday’s toys you throw them all away you dont even stop to watch their paper hearts in the flames… This
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Little Blue Vacuum Cleaner
This song from 1973 used to drive one of my frequent music playing buddies absolutely nuts. It was written while
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10,000 Years
I don’t exactly believe in reincarnation (the way most people think of it) but I’ve always been fascinated by the
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Stupid Shoes
Okay… this song is… well, stupid. And I don’t mean “good” stupid. I was a hippie kid and went barefoot
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Daddy’s Rented Cadillac
I did go to a high school prom in my dad’s Cadillac but, unlike the guy in this song, I
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Hasta la Vista, M’Cheri
Breaking up… sometimes it’s hard to do, sure. Still, often enough, it produces a grim satisfaction. Like finally getting around
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Stood Up to Your Love
Though totally different in musical feel, today’s song mirrors yesterday’s in some ways. The music is darkly funky (or aspires
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Blue Recollection
I wake up at nite but it ain’t because of you Oh yeah I wake up at nite but it
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Another Dead Soldier (in My War on Alcohol)
    Okay… as promised, here’s a song that recombines verses from yesterday’s Blue Recollection with a similarly themed set
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2 Dazed 2 Care
When I was writing this and when I originally recorded it, it was called “Poland” because I was so impressed
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Tell It to Me in a Language That I’ll Understand
Not quite written on a bet, this song was an ‘assignment’ in a songwriter’s workshop some pals and I had
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No Fool
I wrote this riding my motorcycle home one lunch hour in 1980. Compton to the southern tip of Long Beach
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