Friday, December 28, 2007

Song #17

Well thank god it's almost New Years. Lets put this one away and hope for the best, eh? I was going to write one of those ponder-it-all-here-at-the-end type of songs, but I just wasn't feeling it. I really seem to love the melancholy broken heart stuff. How can you write that stuff when you are pretty happy these days, they ask. Well, there are plenty of demons to go around.
Is anyone making resolutions? I hate those things. I finally quit smoking this year, and that's resolution enough for me. I would like to not be so damn broke all the time. But alas...


Song #16 is called: Lines In the Sand

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4 comments:

b said...

Happy New Year! Yes, plenty of demons to go around, aren't there?! I"m not big on resolutions for the new year but am always big on resolutions that emerge in their own way and in their own time. I can only imagine (not being a smoker) how difficult it was to quit smoking. Congrats on that.

Best wishes and much happiness in 2008! And don't ever feel that posting melancholy songs gets old. For many of us, we appreciate melancholy for what it is... inspired sadness!

Butterfly said...

happy new year!

Tammy said...

"Inspired sadness."

I like that.

It makes me think of morose existentialist poets, lounging about with single malt scotch in their hands and pooh-poohing the ill-fated Universe.

"Inspired happiness", on the other hand, conjures up images of much simpler things. A peanutbutter and banana sandwich, perhaps. Or a perfect pair of warm, fuzzy socks.

Rage And Love said...

Hope you had a fabulous New Year's!