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Decided to upload songs that I wrote and recorded when I was a bit younger. One song a week. My musical memoir if you wish.

To make it easier for you, I created a playlist on YouTube which lets you hear many of the songs I wrote:



Here's the list of the songs, with their lyrics and credits:

Song #517 : Lady Hitch-Hiker (Sep 93)
Song #541 : .com Tom (Jul 2001)
Song #509 : Right From Wrong (Nov 92)
Song #543 : Where the Sad Winds Blow (Mar 2002)
Song #467 : Umgawa! (Jan 89)
Song #480 : Mirages (Jan 90)
Song #494 : April Fool's Day (Feb 91)
Song #506 : Standing on the Moneyside (Aug 92)
Song #507 : One More Night (Sep 92)
Song #496 : I Need a Man (Feb 91)
Song #515 : My Kinda Cowboy (Jun 93)
Song #518 : Cream of the Crop (Dec 93)
Song #522 : Daddy's Little Girl(May 94)
Song #415 : Au Clin d'Oeil (Feb 87)
Song #340 : Switched (Feb 84)
Song #505 : Schoolboy in disguise (Aug 92)
Song #548 : Back Against the Wall (Apr 2003)
Song #527 : Judgement Day (Jan 95)
Song #531 : Heaven (Feb 95)
Song #532 : Down in Louie's Bar (Feb 96)
Song #309 : Time has changed you (Jan 83)
Song #551 : Your Lillywhite Room (Oct 2012)
Song #550 : Duns of Soma (Jul 2006)
Song #525 : The Morning After (Nov 94)
Song #513 : Devil's Breath (Apr 94)
Song #519 : Waiting for a Miracle (Feb 94)
Song #512 : Red Roses (Feb 93 & Sep 94)

 


From the Archives: Song #517 : Lady Hitch-Hiker (Sep 93)


 


From the Archives: Song #541 : .com Tom (Jul 2001)


 


From the Archives: Song #509 : Right From Wrong (Nov 92)


 


From the Archives: Song #543 : Where the sad winds blow (Mar 2002)


 


From the Archives: Song #467 : Umgawa! (Jan 89)


 


From the Archives: Song #480 : Mirages (Jan 90)


 


From the Archives: Song #494 : April Fool's Day (Feb 91)


 


From the Archives: Song #506 : Standing on the Moneyside (Aug 92)


 


From the Archives: Song #507 : One More Night (Sep 92)


 


From the Archives: Song #496 : I Need a Man (Feb 91)


 


From the Archives: Song #515 : My Kinda Cowboy (Jun 93)


 


From the Archives: Song #518 : Cream of the Crop (Dec 93)


 


From the Archives: Song #522 : Daddy's Little Girl (May 94)


 


From the Archives: Song #415 : Au Clin d'Oeil (Feb 87)


 


From the Archives: Song #340 : Switched (Feb 84)


 


From the Archives: Song #505 : Schoolboy in disguise (Aug 92)


 


From the Archives: Song #548 : Back Against the Wall (Apr 2003)


 


From the Archives: Song #527 : Judgement Day (Jan 95)


 


From the Archives: Song #531 : Heaven (Feb 95)


 


From the Archives: Song #532 : Down in Louie's Bar (Feb 96)


 


From the Archives: Song #309 : Time has changed you (Jan 83)


 


From the Archives: Song #551 : Your Lillywhite Room (Oct 2012)


 


From the Archives: Song #550 : Duns of Soma (Jul 2006)


 


From the Archives: Song #525 : The Morning After (Nov 94)


 


From the Archives: Song #513 : Devil's Breath (Apr 93)


 


From the Archives: Song #519 : Waiting for a Miracle (Feb 94)


 


From the Archives: Song #512 : Red Roses (Feb 93 & Sep 94)


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