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Here's the next song in the possession album. The little baby part of the me-character's soul considers re-joining with the me-character. The bears say, yes, that's a good idea cuz she's got Timmy and Bobby, who are her bestest friends, and they'll stick with her through thick and thin.
 
It's weird how, nowadays, when you come down with a bug, it's a scary-bad thing. Is what I have a drink-lots-of-fluids-and-rest kind of bug or something scarier than that? Suffice it to say, I'm going to got a covid test tomorrow. And I'm all vaccinated up, so those are good things. But these are weird times.…
 
This is the next song in the possession album - the me-character realizes her friends, Timmy and Bobby are very teddy-bear-like, in terms of their personalities. Can they get the baby-me to come back and rejoin regular-me if they promise that baby she'll get to be with teddy-bear like people? Can they take the place of the real bears?…
 
You know when you listen to a new album of songs, and the song that you don't like at first becomes your favorite? Or a food that tastes yucky and gross at first becomes your favorite after a while? That's what this song's about; it's about something I almost threw out a year ago; and, after the fact, I'm really glad I didn't. Cuz the thing in ques…
 
This song is a reprise of the song from February 12, which introduces the topic of the baby part of the me-character's soul hanging out with the bears. In this song, the me-character tries to get the baby to come back and re-integrate with the rest of her soul.
 
This is a song about an abusive relationship I was in a while back. As you can probably tell from the song...it was bad. I mean, it wasn't physically abusive; it was one o' those psychologically abusive relationships that really f****s you up.
 
This is another song that came from a dream. This one's about it being Sunday (like it is today) and wanting some escapism from the fact that Monday's coming up. In this case, the narrator wants to escape by immersing herself in music. And smoking pot.
 
I recorded a short version of this song a while back and didn't think I was gonna do anything with it. Then it grew on me (like a tree grows - ha ha, no pun intended). It's about how, when you think about it, all of our existences depend on millions and millions of things having happened over the course of time, in order to set the course of events…
 
Here's another weird little impulsively recorded song. I was thinkin' about how to sing as if I was a drunk person, and that's where the first part came from. The second part was of an idea I'm toying around with for a future song. And the third part is a merging of the first and second parts.
 
This is the next song in the possession album. The girl/me-character and the fire god wanna figure out why he's stuck to her. Then the bears tell them it's because the girl's soul is missing a part of it, and the resultant void created a vacuum, vacuum that sucks the fire god in and makes them all stuck together.…
 
This is a song that came from another dream; the dream-part was "stuck inside Miss Caroliner." That presented a challenge, as in, what's the rest of the song about? The song decided to be about a witchy person who swallows other people whole. Now, the narrator of the song is stuck inside this person, along with a lot of other people. Oh, no!…
 
After I recorded the most annoying song in the world yesterday, I decided to flesh it out and add some verses and a rap to it. See, yesterday's song was done with the intention of having some horrible thing that repeats over and over, so I could potentially use it to annoy people. It's a song where, on infinite repeat mode, it would be extra specia…
 
This song is a handy tool for if you want to annoy somebody. It just does the same annoying thing over and over...then, if you put it on repeat mode, you can annoy that person all day long!!! Don’t ask me what inspired me to do this; it’s a tool you can use, though, if needed.
 
This is a song that I think a lot of people can relate to. It's about how I was living in an apartment with noisy neighbors a few years back when I was living up north. Noisy neighbors who had parties all the time and played loud, dumb music. The bass in the very beginning is my attempted simulation of the icky bass line that came through the wall …
 
I've been meaning to post this song for a while cuz my iPod sometimes randomly shuffles songs unexpectedly and plays stuff from my library I haven't heard in a while. This is a song from when I first started doing therapy and it was quite an experience. coming into contact with people's suffering and plights on a weekly basis. People with a sense o…
 
I was fiddling around on my guitar; and I did this weird arpeggiated chord thingy, and it made me think it might be a thing that's in a Linkin Park song. But I couldn't think of the song. Maybe I'll hear the actual Linkin Park song it's in (if it is in a Linkin Park song) someday, and go, "Oh, that's the one." But, for now, it's a great mystery, wh…
 
This song came from a dream, and it was a challenge to make into something with a coherent theme, given the dream-like-ness of the lyrics. See, I saw my cat, and she looked kinda spooked. Her eyes looked big, and she reminded me of an owl. As I drifted off to sleep, shortly after seein' her that way, these lyrics came to me. They did.…
 
This is a song about seeing someone you haven't seen in a while, and they're all of a sudden a lot skinnier than they used to be. Are they on a diet? Or is it a health problem? I put a trigger warning on this cuz this type of thing might remind people of losing loved ones to bad illnesses. I dunno if this is explicit or not, lyrics-wise cuz it has …
 
This is the next song in the possession album; since the fire god is worried that his friends in the sun would judge him for his fires bein' more outta control than previously because of climate change, Father O'Malley offers to communicate with those gods in the sun. According to him, since he talks to angels and God Almighty on a regular basis, h…
 
Here's a song about how when we die, our body is still here and turns into the earth. But, if the law of conservation (or whatever it's called) in physics is correct, then the energy that comprises our minds also must stick around. That raises the question: Do consciousnesses merge into some kind of collective the same way our bodies merge into the…
 
Here's another version of I Didn't Treat You That Well I recorded today. I wasn't all the way happy with the other one, but I want both to be up because other people might think the first version is just dandy. The first version is more angsty, and this one is more - I dunno what you'd call it. Happy 80's rock? Bluegrassy delight? Something like th…
 
This is a song about no one in particular, but it could apply to lots of people. It's a song where the narrator is apologizing to someone she mistreated in the past. I can think of a bunch o' people that that could apply to, and to them I'm issuing a heart-felt apology. That's one of those things I think most people can relate to, having mistreated…
 
This song is about how, as a species, we're a thousand million miles away from how humans are naturally supposed to live. So we stay glued to our phones and have to take anxiety and depression medication in order to retain our sanity in a world where the powers-that-be make us live under all these dumb, arbitrary rules that make no sense and only b…
 
I recorded a song tonight, but I think it really sucks. I'm going to listen to it later and see if I still think it sucks. In the meantime, here's a little ditty about how much that song I recorded sucks. If the song doesn't feel like it has as much suckage as I think it does, I'll post it later. If it it does have as much suckage as I think it mig…
 
I did a li'l experiment, where I recorded all the fireworks out there that make it sound like a war zone and put it in a song. There's even a siren in there, which makes it more deluxe! Oh yeah, if you have any type of trauma or PTSD that makes you easily startled by noises, I wanted to warn you that the loud fireworks sounds are at the very beginn…
 
This is a song where I was attempting to sound like a bunch of sad people, singing in a church. I was attempting to make a raucous din of people singing so devotedly, that they almost sound drunk. I'm not sure if I achieved the drunken aspect of or not, though. Gosh darn it all.
 
I just came up with a new idea for a song. I was doing a comic strip about stoned people and it prompted this song. I'll probably record a longer, more polished version later. I'm gonna mark this "explicit" just in case a song about a stoned person is explicit. I'm not sure if it is or not.
 
After a couple listens to this song, I realized, oh man, the ending is kind of boring cuz it's a restatement of stuff that had been restated a bunch of times before in the song, so I added an overlapping re-statement of the raps on top of it. Now it's repetitious in a less-boring-repetitious way. I'm not sure which version of this I'll like better …
 
This song came to me in a dream last night. I have a cat, and she often comes out looking grumpy in pictures, even though she's not particularly grumpy. She just has a grumpy-looking face, methinks. This song is about that. She's the one in the box in the picture.
 
This is the next song in the possession album - the me-character/girl reflects on how different her life used to be before all this weird stuff happened. She thinks about her how happy she used to be as a kid, sitting with her grandmother, in her grandmother's room.
 
This song came in a dream last night - or at least the A phrase of it. It sounded like it had something to do with alienation or not fitting in with the world, so I made it about bein' an alien or a weed in a garden. Y'know, being out of place in this here Earthly existence. I'm not sure if it sucks or not, though. It might mildly suck.…
 
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