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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Pimping Blogs, Humping Songs

Art thrives on momentum, so I'm spending more time working on the new songs than sharing any insights here. I will say I'm enjoying a lot of new-to-me Bloggers that I find on my Blogroll pal's sites. Bitchitude is always a fun read and has an awesome list. I'm open and entertained by anything but political/religious wonks. The occasional dig is fine but the ideological obsessive is just too boring even if I agree with the point of view. I like blogs that let me peek inside a life, make me laugh, smile or once in a while cry. I'm not easily offended but if you are, just move on.

So to use Bitchitude's phrase, "You pimp Me, I'll Pimp you," here are some people I really enjoy. Last Girl On Earth, another singer songwriter in New York with an outrageous sense of humor. Her post on Naked Yoga is worth the trip. Another fantastic singer songwriter in New York is Queen Ester. She's been busy humping her CD lately but you should go there, read her reviews, listen to her CD on CDBaby.com and buy it. You'll like it. A lot.

While you're at CDBaby, check out MY CD and even if you don't buy it, I sure would appreciate a review!

I'm having a good time with my Philly bloggers. Cool to hear about life in the city of my birth from such talented writers. Marjo Moore is thought provoking, talented and open minded. Painting Jessica is full of surprises, an excellent writer with a deep artistic streak.

I'll be checking out and reporting on other highly entertaining bloggers in the coming days. Here's a lyric that's keeping me busy. Music for it is half done and the lyric itself is always under construction:
DREAMS THAT MATTER
Copyright 2005 By Bud Buckley


Shattered expectations. Hollow laughter the day after
Victory colors melted into blues and browns
Dragging empty cases, for the heart that races
And empty measures for the soul's true sounds


Pretty, vibrant strides slowed to plodding dreams that lied
I wonder why I spent my soul that way
Get me home where I can hope for something else to hope for
Something not so prone to decay

CHORUS:
Learn to feed dreams that matter Learn to find the ones that do
Pretty things can easily shatter
Dreams that matter are the ones you should pursue


Joining caravans of losers cruising to be users
Who spilled their juice on a meaningless dream
A dream that even if fulfilled dismisses what it killed
Wouldn't change a thing past the day it first had steam

chorus

Dream of things with weight, no expiration date
Things that will change the air we breathe,
And the light you see chase the wind across your face
For now and forever and for all you believe

chorus and out

posted by Bud @ 8:26 AM

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