Check out "They Said It Wasn't True", for example. You might be amused to learn that the 3rd grade performed this at our Spring Concert one year.
When I play "I Was Lost, But Now I'm Found", the kids pair up, one pretending to be the real child, the other one a 'reflection'. It's interesting to try to figure out which one is which without asking them.
I hope I can be forgiven for taking pride in the lyric for "Elephant's Memory": 'He remembers the day he was born like it was yesterday/As long as he lives he'll never forget the first time he saw his mom/How surprised his Daddy was'.
I tried to write a good country song with "The Homework-Eating Dog Named Rover" and "If I Didn't Have A Teddy Bear". "Rover" has already gotten some radio airplay in such diverse locales as Princeton, NJ, and Chattanooga, TN.
I invite you to give my version of the "truth" a try.
(If you like what you here, you might also want to check out my first album, "Monsters Are Absolutely Not To Be Trusted". It's currently only available on iTunes, Napster, and so forth, but there it is.)
All the best,
1. The Twelfth Dimension
2. Santa Claus *Superstar*
3. Come On Down To the Golden Playland
4. I Was Lost, But Now I'm Found
5. They Said It Wasn't True
6. If I Didn't Have a Teddy Bear
7. The Homework-Eating Dog Named Rover
8. Like I Don't Have Ears (On the Side Of My Head
9. Surrounded By Snowmen
10. I'll Always Love My Brain
11. Perhaps the Sun Will Someday Shine
12. They Tell Me I'm Gonna Be President
13. Elephant's Memory
14. Cat Saw Something
15. The Emperor's Castle