BLOG #2 :)
OUTTAKES from latest video blog. :) Enjoy.
First video BLOG!
This completely caught my interest. So I had to play it. She’s just so cool.
Yeah, the first time I felt it I was only 16, and he kissed me underneath the chinaberry tree. He said “Goodnight darlin’,” with a sweet southern drawl. Man, I think I might just have to love them all – boys from the South.
You are an expert at sorry, and keeping lines blurry. You’re never impressed by me acing your tests. All the girls that you run dry, their tired lifeless eyes, ‘cause you burned them out. But I took your matches before fire could catch me, so don’t look now… I’m shining like fireworks, over your sad empty town.
So I know I haven’t written in a while, but I’ve been working this past week on some new material for my CD I’m going to record this summer. I’ve been dancing around, playing air guitar (like a spaz), while listening to the audio track for a new song we’re prerecording. I have yet to write lyrics for it. The song came from a riff I liked on guitar, that I recorded because I thought it was catchy. Kind of forgot about it, and came back to it. Now, it’s my absolute favourite song. No lyrics yet, but I love it. The style of the song is very much the way I’ve been turning to, more of a Southern Rock/Country style. It’s definitely where my voice suits.
I’m still listening to the song…. I’m so obsessed. I cannot wait to write lyrics tomorrow night for it. After I work…. Then go to my eye appointment. Ugh lol! I will be antsy all day thinking about this new song. Once I get it in my head, I can’t forget about it. :) Anyways, I just thought I’d update, and say that I’m still alive ha! Just super into getting my music ready. The faster I get it ready, the closer I get to winning CCMA Rising Star award…. Kidding! Well, not really… It’s a goal of mine. I want to win it next September. It would make my entire life. So keep your fingers crossed for me, and try to fit in a wish for me on 11:11 :)
I adore you for reading this.
You’re doing your best to avoid me. I’m starting to think one day I’ll tell the story of us, how I was losing my mind when I saw you here. But you held your pride like you should have held me.