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I was in a weird, reverie state last night, when I thought of the idea of conceptualizing the universe as being just one big fire. All the suns, which are hot, hot, hot balls of fire - those suns are the flames and sparkles that make up the giant fire that is the universe. And then, eventually, like all other fires, the giant fire, that is the univ…
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This is another one of those existential songs. I was thinking about how when man is gone, all our buildings and stuff'll sink into the earth. Even art will disappear. Everything'll disappear. Even stuff that most of us would consider to be immortal, like the Mona Lisa, for example, will disappear. It'll all disappear. And, on top of that, every on…
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. The main character tells her friend about her depression (which is in response to the impending breakup with the mean boyfriend). Her friend tells her it might be good to do an extracurricular activity and stuff. She tells the main character about a play she was in the previous summ…
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I was writin' in my journal today, and the thought came to me that, every single second of our lives, we are in The Slow Tunnel of Death. From the moment of conception, we're headin' toward our deaths. So, I decided to write wee little ditty about it. Yes, it is not that often that I wrote songs about death. Nope, not that often at all. Nosiree.…
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. The main character, in anticipating breaking up with her controlling boyfriend, comes up with a master plan. See, he gave her an ultimatum a few years ago that if she smokes pot, he'll dump her. Now that she wants to break up with him, it'll be easier, to her thinking, cuz rather th…
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. It is the turning point song, in the sense that the main character, after a year and a half of not smoking weed, due to her boyfriend's prohibitions, decides to say "Fuck It!" and smoke the little teeny tiny nuggets of weed she found in the bottom of the box she used to keep it in.…
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This is a song about a banjo from outer space that has come to save the planet. Once humans hear it playing, it'll change the vibrational frequencies of their souls. That's a good thing cuz because human spirits are all distorted beyond all recognition, stuck on the wrong frequency. Maybe once said vibrational frequencies get altered, maybe humans …
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This is the song that comes before the song I did last week for the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. Actually, it's the song before the song before the song I did last week. It's about that visit where the mean boyfriend came and visited the main character in the winter of 2001, and she wasn't very excited about it. Y'know, they went to this S…
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This is a song about tinnitus. The first couple seconds are me trying to replicate my actual tinnitus with pure tones. I actually did quite a good job, but find that it might be piercing to the listeners' ears, so I only had it there for that short span of time. Tinnitus is a pain in the butt,, but every once in a while, I find it entertaining. My …
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. I actually wrote this song back in 2001, which is the time period this part of the album is about. I figured I'd rehash it, cuz it goes with the rest o' the album and stuff, theme-wise. I added a new bridge and a nice li'l rap part to make it go with the rest of the album and stuff.…
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This is the the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. The mean boyfriend comes for a visit and the main character is not excited. Y'know, she's not excited, cuz she's made the realization that she's gotta eventually break up with him. In the meantime, a friend o' hers invites her and the mean boyfriend to a Super Bowl party. The wh…
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This song is about how, whenever someone is about to die on Grey's Anatomy, there's almost always this sad, beautiful, poignant music that comes up. It's like, oh, I think this patient on the operating table is going to live! Then the sad, beautiful, poignant music comes up, and it's like, oops, they bled out. That's how I know somebody is going to…
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. It's more stuff about the girl procrastinating on the whole breakup thing. Or, maybe, rather than procrastinating, she's building up her strength, so she can be all ready for the breakup when it happens. Maybe it's that. She's tired of him. She's bored by him. And she's scared o' hi…
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This is a souped-up version of last week's song. After a few listens, I realized it needed to be interesting-ed up, cuz, like, even though the vocals monotonously droning on the same thing over and over fits the theme of the song, it gets too boring too fast. Here's the newly interesting-ed up version. While the picture isn't directly related to th…
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It's time for the yearly song with cats yelling in it cuz they were due for their little vet checkups. Here they are, yelling. A big rainstorm was starting, as I hit the road, complete with lotsa wind and everything. So, I figured, I'd make this little ditty about being all apprehensive about driving in the rain and wanting to make it home safely w…
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This is the next song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. There was a song I wrote back in 2001 that called "She'll Stay That Way for a While" and I sorta re-worked it. Well, I re-worked it a lot. It's hardly recognizable as bein' the song it was before. But, anyway, there was all that depresso-land-adventure-poopy-yucky-ness of the impend…
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This song popped outta me on February 14th, but I only recorded the first part of it. Today, I recorded the second part of it. It's a song about, well, I guess, in general, it's a song about losing one's marbles. But the metaphor I use is that of me being a bus driver who finds herself driving on the wrong side o' the road. Ooooops!!!!!!! There're …
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This is a song about that variety of depression where, rather than being down-in-the-dumps, per se, one feels all blank and empty and stuff. I dunno which sucks more, to be honest...bein' all down in the dumps and crying-ish, or being a blank blankness of void-y-ness. This is the kind of depression where you find yourself falling into a void, and y…
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This is Song #10 in the Loosey Goosey Lucifer series. The people in the tiny church go outside to see what the source of the light is that's comin' in through the windows.. They see Loosey Goosey Lucifer, and she sees them, too. They all figure out they have the same deal...in other words, they all want to save the world. Because they all have the …
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Sorry for the repeat; I hate postin' the same song twice, but upon further listening to yesterday's song, I found that it had serious deficiencies that needed to be addressed. The ending didn't sound nearly churchy enough. I increased the churchy flavoredness, by adding a bit o' Casio-from-the-80s-keyboard-fake-organ-magic, along with some extra vo…
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I realized last night that I needed a song to go between last night's song and last week's song, cuz 1. those 2 songs are kinda similar, so it sounds dumb to hear 2 similar songs in a row and 2. I wanted to make sure the listening audience knew what was going on in the Loosey Goosey Lucifer album at this point, so I added it for a bit of clarificat…
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This is the 5th song in the Loosey Goosey Lucifer Album, a totally unplanned album that's givin' birth to itself. Loosey Goosey Lucifer, the Goddess of Light is up in space and sees a big old beam of light coming from Earth. It's, as far as she can tell, the brightest source of light on Earth. She's gonna ride her magic singing fly on down to Earth…
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This is the 4th Loosey Goosey Lucifer song. This series of songs might just turn into an album, man. Man, oh, man. In this song, she's in outer space on her magical singing fly and is about to send some light down to Earth for the benefit all all the beings on Earth. Oops, wait. The light bounced off! Oh, no! The darkness of Earth was too dense, an…
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This is the first song in the Fucked Up Relationship Album, Part 4. It's actually based on an old ditty that I wrote back when I initially realized I was most likely going to break up with the boyfriend the Fucked Up Relationship Album is about. I made a different chorus and I turned the original chorus into a bridge. I dunno if this is the definit…
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