You know how you can crush on somebody but all they can do is be nice to you? The Three of Swords is a tarot card that looks like this.
This is my riff on the Words Fail (also known as the Telecom song) version without words. There is also an MP3 of me singing it.
That’s Katie singing back up. Gord Breckenridge recorded that.
I know the lyrics don’t appear to make any sense, but they do.
This was one of John’s favourite songs of mine.
Instrumental, from Garageband.
An Evening of Serious Drinking
I wrote this for Jerome’s B’day many years ago.
For a number of men… I love the lyrics. It’s proving a horrorshow to write down, though.
Why do women stay with men who are no good for them?
Why DO women stay with men who are no good for them?
Paul suggested that I be a little more cheerful in the last verse, and I’m glad I took his advice.
Also called Beloved Coworker
I wrote this thinking of Red Deer Lodge.
Anybody Talk was one of the first songs I wrote after I left my first husband. So this one is OLD.
Probably one of my best ever songs.
Ah, depression. How many songs have been written about it?
I wrote Erica’s Song for two other people – it’s a love song. Isn’t it funny that the protagonists are no longer on speaking terms? There’s a tale, and a sad and silly one.
Bela Lugosi is the King Around Here
Bela Lugosi … he really did live next door to Alan’s mum. After that, things just get more and more crazy.
The first couple of lines are very out of tune, but the harmonies on this song are among the best I’ve ever recorded.
I need to re-record this as I am sadly out of tune, but one can hardly argue with the sentiments expressed in the above noted song.
See the entry for 12-08-2008 for the story.
This was recorded by PD Wohl @ Wohl of Sound.