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Somethin' to Believe In
This rock song is a hug, like a parent or friend reaching down to pick you up out of a hopeless pit, and giving you something to believe in – yourself.
We FAILed until WE didn't
This punchy pop rock song is a mixture of old school pop bands like the Beach Boys and a 60s rock song with a hodgepodge of quirky drug-influenced sounds. The organic positive vibe is an interesting experimental blend that touches a distant memory.
This modern rock song is about my dad and my health. Every time I have surgery, which seems to be a lot, I'm not scared anymore because I always tell myself in a way, I get to spend a little bit of time with my dad catching up. The lyrics are dark and haunting, and may tell a story not many want to hear. The fuzzy and blurry guitar mix might remind you of losing your own parent.
I Got No Money
This rap song is catchy and infectious. It’s a song I wrote back at one of the lowest points in my life.
This new age song is about the innocence of a baby’s first words which are usually daddy or mommy, or as they are universally spoken, baba or mama.
This song is about one of the most precious bonds that exists, the bond between a father and his daughter.
This experimental pop song is about the possibilities that exist after the worse breakup of your life.
This song expresses the struggle of insomnia and anxiety as the moody lyrics play off the vocals which are purposely haunting and sci-fi. The style is darker pop, like One Direction meets Sugarcult meets Chainsmokers - almost like a male Billie Eilish …
This song is a song everybody needs, but doesn’t know they do. Hopefully you won’t just listen to it once a year …
No One Promised You A Good Life
This alternative pop song is one I wrote to my kids. My dad would always tell me no one promised you a good life whenever I hit a bump in the road. It was a positive way to help me realize things aren’t as bad as they seem, and they can always be worse. Now I’m paying it forward to my own children.
This singer-songwriter song is one I wrote to God when I was angry with him, and felt abandoned. I even considered suicide. Anyone who has heard this says this is the saddest song I’ve ever written, telling me they broke down with the final verse. I put the song together over a few dark, lonely, and desperate times I’ve had in my life.
The Time (for Miracles)
This easy listening song is definitely a great fit for the holiday season. It's hard not to like a Christmas song whose message is soft and sweet. It’s all about hope.