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Archive Of All Songs

This list is partial and will be complete soon. It takes you up to February, which is pretty much where the weather is stuck!

NOVEMBER

Let The Devil Take The Rest

Do Unto Others

If I Could Look Away

Rockin’ Like A Chair

Her Country

One Guy Named Moe

Birmingham

Long Long Night

Twenty-Two Or A Forty-Five

Authentic Feral Child

AKA Therese

Bad Checks

Magazine

A Handsome Man Can’t Go To Jail

Don’t Knock The Mockingbird

A Short Eternity

You Don’t Know

The Man Who Wrote The Letter

The Why And The What For

Can I Get A Waitress?

Won’t Sit Back And Cry No More (Part One)

Won’t Sit Back And Cry No More (Part 2)

’92

When You Gonna?

Busy

The Wages Of Sin

Dark Out

Jesco White

The Wages Of Sin (Demo)

I Wanna Be The Man

DECEMBER

Happy Birthday Sam!

You Love Everybody

Amusementland

Milk Cow

A Woman And The Weather

Foghorn

Deniability

I Hope Love Always Knows

Please Don’t Run Me Down Anymore

You Like Doing That?

My Funky Life

More Die Of Heartbreak

Sugar Pill

Blue Is Just A Color

I Painted Your Eyes On The Street

This Town Is Backwards

The Wrestler

Santa Drop A Bale

Yule Be Fine

Christmas Music

Maybe Next Christmas (With The Skeletons)

Maybe Next Christmas, Part II: Deluxe Demo-itis

I Love You On Christmas

Tinsel Town

John John John

Sonny Liston

Down Where The Blues Was Born

The Flatlands

How The Mighty Have Fallen

Heartjacker

JANUARY

Everything Is Going To Turn Around

Our Father

My Good Name

My Bed Of Thorns

Moonbeam

Never Get That Lonely

My Misspent Youth

The Birds Fall On Arkansas

30 Second Song

Black Day

Swing Shift

Just A Victim (Searching For A Crime)

Get You Back Again

Double Bind

Second Time Around

Beating Me With Own Stick

The Face Of The Earth

Doggy Dog World

Fair Weather Friend

The Dreamer (Demo)

Even Jesus Don’t Love Me (Rehearsal)

Greedy

Don’t Go

The Land Love Left Behind

Jump Right In

I Want To Join Your Solo Act – With Joy Lynn White

Confucius Say

Gonna Stir Things Up

Happy Landings

Every Single Soul

February

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  1. Richard Fitzgerald / May 27 2011 9:23 am

    I check them out pretty regularly. The only reason I don’t listen more is I don’t want to be subliminally coming up with your lines and titles when I finally get one I like. Always been a fan anyway but you know that. Ran across a line in a Pete Hamill novel that I really covet and wish I could use. The character is a criminal who has arranged false identities and cash getting ready to blow town…”tomorrow he’ll be a citizen of the wind”.

    • John Sieger / May 27 2011 9:47 am

      That is brilliant and theft-worthy. I’m thinking you better get it before Bob D. The archive will have to wait a bit, none of the links work!

      • Richard Fitzgerald / May 27 2011 11:03 am

        Here’s my question to the only real song writer I know. Would it be unethical to use Citizen of the wind in any lyrical context since I will have lifted it? I know part of my guess would be, only if I made a lousy hash out of the lyric. But what if it didn’t stink? I’ve been making a discipline of writing something – anything every day, no matter what. At first I didn’t think it would really yield anything, but there have been moments. I’m still early in the curve, but I can see where the constant discipline makes sense. Anyway, when you see a line like that it just knocks you over.

        Richard

      • Richard Fitzgerald / May 27 2011 11:12 am

        Oh, one more thing. My computer had a big data loss last week. Lost lots of e-mail addresses, phone numbers, etc. Yours is among the lost. Can you send an update? I’m probably gonna have to break down and get a new computer in the next week or two, as the latest repair looks like it may not hold. Nearly ten years on this machine so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised.

  2. John Sieger / May 27 2011 5:36 pm

    Hi Richard,
    You know there is a song called Gone With The Wind, right? I have heard Dan Hicks cover it. I say go ahead and don’t tie yourself up in knots about it. You can’t copyright a title and I imagine even a phrase like that is fair game.
    jsieger@wi.rr.com
    Get a mac!
    John

  3. mikey / Jun 16 2011 10:21 pm

    Hi Richard! Do like nick lowe and steal from shakespeare! best, michael feldman

  4. jonlipman / Feb 4 2012 5:17 pm

    you keep writing and I’ll keep listening

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