Who would wake up in the morning Who would boil up the tea Who would If you weren’t you What would you do What would you say Would there even be anything anyway Another day Another You Another You Time is just imaginary Why all these disconnected daydreams What’s this concern over the truth Where […]
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Crooked people empty stairs The windows rattle and the daylight’s scarce The breeze blows the doors to days Long since passed away Raise the sky up high on your shoulders Let the days go and come Yesterday can be what it was Just lay down when you’re done Lay down when you’re done White clouds […]
This is one of the less obscure songs Paul Mahern and I chose for the ECHOES record. I knew the song from the Rolling Stones version. Paul played me the Marianne Faithfull version, which I’m sure I had heard at some point but didn’t remember. I’m not sure but this might be one of the […]
In Her Veins is a song I wrote for my lovely wife. Fortunately, she likes it. 🙂 Here is a video of me performing it live in the studio. Thank you to Jim Krause and his video production team at IU!
I’ve always liked the quirkiness of the whole Memphis/Big Star/Alex Chilton/Chris Bell world of songs. I came to the party late, long after they all stopped making music together. But I discovered them in my early twenties, which was perfect timing. When we were making the ECHOES record the producer, Paul Mahern, suggested maybe doing a […]