Tag: late model humans

  • on our knees

    We have all been on our knees Haven’t we? We all feel the weight of our belly our chest our skull pushing down on our fragile kneecaps There’s a reason why we pray this way  

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  • Silver Bells

    Jay Livingston and Ray Evans – both Jewish – wrote one of my favorite Christmas songs. They also wrote Mona Lisa and Que Sera Sera, among others, mostly for movies, and won three Oscars for original song. They were originally calling the song Tinkle Bells until Livingston’s wife Lynne told him that tinkle was a […]

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  • Mars

    I’ve got a one way ticket to Mars I hear they’ve got some really nice cars And all those shooting stars I’ve got a one way ticket to Mars I’ve got a one way ticket to the other side I told my baby and she cried and cried But it’s just foolish pride I’ve got […]

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  • Matt Kennon’s Joan of Arc

      Joan of Arc’s story is one of the most fascinating biographies in history. A girl, guided by the voices of angels, leads the armies of France to defeat the English. She is captured, convicted of heresy and burned alive by the same Catholic Church that would one day declare her a saint.  Just as […]

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  • Demo: Now Is The Winter

    Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summer by rock’n’roll – Matthew Kennon I’ve been reading Neil Young’s Waging Heavy Peace and, as is often the case with his art, feeling inspired. This is the first song I’ve written in a while. I wrote it last night. There’s something about a song that’s […]

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