A song I wrote a few years ago inspired by The Beatles type lyrics about a man who feels stuck (even literally) at a dead end job, but finds a letter from his future self, which comes to him as a sign and as the key to a successful future. In essence, you can always find success and forge yourself a future.
A song I wrote a few years ago inspired by The Beatles and other classic rock type of lyrics. It is just about how men and women can (sometimes) go well together, though so can any two people of any two genders.
A song I wrote last fall about fighting the inner demons.
A song a wrote a few years ago from the point of view of my grandfather, who cherished my grandmother above all else in this life and did everything he could to make her happy.
A song I wrote a few years ago about nobody in particular; however, despite being written years before I met the girl I love, it could be applied to her as she has the loveliest eyes I have ever seen.
A song I wrote just less than a year ago, as basically an attempt appear confident and unbreakable, though that couldn't be much less true. I also reference the first The Hobbit film with one repeated line.
A song I wrote just over a year ago, just about trying to help others when you are too far gone to help yourself.
A song I wrote a few years ago about a man who was bullied as a kid for being different and weird, though he turned into a better person than those who bullied him, including the one singing to him and asking for his forgiveness.
A song I wrote several years ago about a woman who has nothing left to live for and she falls in love with a guitar man who comes to her only in dreams, so she eventually kills herself to be with him.
A song I wrote a few years ago, around the time as many of the others with rap verses. This song contains the first rap verses I ever wrote, and is about a man who was driven to madness by societal abuse and neglect.