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Dec 062019

I have been looking back at old videos. I wrote a lot of songs 9 years ago. I need to start doing more of that again. This one steals the words of a poem by William Cullen Bryant's Song from the Spanish of Eglesias, and adds my lyrics. Both of us wrote them before Alexis became a household name. I think i will use Elexis instead.

Dissapate

Dec 012019

Dissapate: link to audio recording

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 People decorate their houses for the seasons and my table is crowded with the people who aren't here.

sometimes just a moment when there's a song on the radio it reminds me i've forgotten to remember you are gone.

They say there's just so many days you have to wait but this hole inside my heart does not seem to dissipate.

i take each day, i make it good, i try to live it so that people can not see some pieces of my heart are gone.

and i do not use those words like home or forever

cause the meaning of those words have changed since you've been gone.

They say there's just so many days you have to wait

but this hole inside my heart does not seem to dissipate.

my friend said something, made me laugh, it was so funny

i thought i had to tell you cause for an instant i forgot.

I saw a snowman in the store around the corner

I almost bought it cause i know you'd love it so.

They say there's just so many days you have to wait

but this hole inside my heart does not seem to dissipate.

People decorate their houses for the seasons and

my table is crowded with the people who aren't here

 

 

River City Sessions 6 Dec 2019

Dec 012019

UTC and the RCS performing family; Doc and Cordell, Arial Omarzu, Stellars Jay, Sherri Cothran, Sarah Jay, Kemmer Anderson, and Michael Gray hope you will join us for an evening of holiday themed music, poetry and story telling.

River City Sessions' 7th Annual Holiday Show

Friday December 6th

at the Cadek Performance Hall 725 Oak Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37403

doors at 7:00 show at 7:30 

admission 10.00.
As we enter the new year the performing family reflects on the past year:

Stellars Jay - After 12 years of nomadically moving across the US I'm finding myself in a very unexpected city with a lot of great opportunities. Working as radio network engineer for the city, possibly buying a house and making a lot of great friends I didn't expected to find in one of the smaller towns I've lived in a while. Plus the music opportunities are some of the best I've had. I'm expecting a good 2020 all around.
Sarah Jay – a local business owner (Moxy Salon) after a ten year hiatus, is finishing up a second book to be released in 2020.
Sherry Cothran - The past year has seen the publishing of a new book, a restart on the music performance front and doors opening for my ministry.
Doc and Cordell: Michael Gray – Looking forward to performing without that awkward ankle bracelet. Robert Cyphers – Two years ago I agreed to be Santa Claus at the Children’s Hospital dinner with kids and I had my street clothes on with a Santa Claus suit over it. While walking from table to table visiting with kids my Santa Claus trousers fell off. Needless to say I have not received a call to come back since.
Robert Boyer - I thought this was a trout fishing club and by the time I found out it wasn't I had somehow been assigned the responsibilities of sound engineer, stage manager, and poster putter upper.
Kemmer Anderson - Still basking in the glory.

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