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No More Mondays

Light, cute tune of no more working life and one of palms, beaches and breeze

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No More Mondays
No More Mondays
John Gaudet

Never Been Afraid of...

An upbeat country/rock track about a woman taking a stand against domestic violence

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Never Been Afraid of You
Never Been Afraid of...
Ross Hemsworth

Goin’ Home

A story about leaving home and finding the world outside not what was expected and now wondering if he is welcome back home.

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Goin’ Home
Goin’ Home
Dean Jablonski

Our Country Home

The song about a family home filled with love and a place of safety and love.

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Our Country Home
Our Country Home
Dean Jablonski

Love wasn’t enough

Sometimes love is just not enough in a relationship and it may dissolve for other issues unfortunately as it may be. But love is never forgotten.

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Love wasn’t enough
Love wasn’t enough
Dean Jablonski

HeadStrong

This is a song I wrote for my Daughter.

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HeadStrong
HeadStrong
Patrick Jaouen

Fight Song

It's these rainy summer mornings
Oh it's the thickness of the air
The sun comes up
Black the clouds makes me aware
The sleepless nights
The quiet tired in my bed
The ceaseless sights as
I surrender to the daemons in my head
It's the fight
The fearless forging straight ahead
The endless light
The constant thoughts within my head
But I keep losing
What it takes to get along
The answer to my questions
They have been here all along

Oh in the places
And in the storms that come along
The rain may come
And I'll still be here when it is gone
I'll stand my ground
Break the clouds with my last breath
And I'll keep moving
There's no time for me to rest
So you can watch me
From the outside looking in
But I'll keep pushing
Cause it's here that I'll begin
But just don't test me
Cause I'm not weak don't get me wrong
I'll just keep rising
Just like I have been all along

So take what you will
But I keep rising
From the strength inside my will
I'm always stronger than anything that's on my way
And I'll keep fighting
On my feet till my last day

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Fight Song
Fight Song
Patrick Jaouen

Home To Stay

I play a lot of shows. It keeps me away from the person I care most about. I miss her a lot. Home To Stay is more about the idea of saying "Goodbye" to goodbye. Hopefully one day I can do that.

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Home To Stay
Home To Stay
Luke James Shaffer

Wildcard

My wife is a wildcard for sure. I wrote this song about her unpredictable-ness and her endearing spunk. This is one of the songs for my new years resolution to write a song a week for the whole year listen to more at www.lukejameslive.com/52wks52sngs

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Wildcard
Wildcard
Luke James Shaffer

Outta Your Head

I wrote this song after being at a modeling (I don't model) and talent convention in NYC last week. Its about not overthinking things and just doing what you know. Getting out of out of my head helps me focus on the task at hand. #52wks52sngs

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Outta Your Head
Outta Your Head
Luke James Shaffer

The Walls Of This...

The Walls Of This Honky Tonk
by Dave Undis and Jackie Hibbard

VERSE
Hank and Waylon and Willie have all played here,
Back when a quarter would buy you a beer.
In a poker game by the back door two rednecks lost their trucks.
They both had four of a kind but they couldn't beat a straight flush.

CHORUS
These walls have heard so many cry and sing.
They've seen the tears, the laughter, and the pain.
Memories live in the plywood, the nails, and the caulk.
Man, if the walls of this honky tonk could talk.

VERSE
A judge was kissing his girl one night when his wife walked in.
She grabbed a pool cue and broke it across his chin.
A biker pulled a knife on a cowboy. He didn’t like the way he talked.
An hour later that biker was outlined in chalk.

CHORUS
These walls have heard so many cry and sing.
They've seen the tears, the laughter, and the pain.
Memories live in the plywood, the nails, and the caulk.
Man, if the walls of this honky tonk could talk.

BRIDGE
Broken hearts, broken homes,
Broken noses, broken bones.
First drinks, last arrests.
First kisses, last breaths.

CHORUS
These walls have heard so many cry and sing.
They've seen the tears, the laughter, and the pain.
Memories live in the plywood, the nails, and the caulk.
Man, if the walls of this honky tonk could talk.

BRIDGE
Broken hearts, broken homes,
Broken noses, broken bones.
First drinks, last arrests.
First kisses, last breaths.
Broken hearts, broken homes,
Broken noses, broken bones.
First drinks, last arrests.
First kisses, last breaths.

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The Walls Of This Honky Tonk
The Walls Of This...
Dave Undis

In This Lifetime…

This is a rough recording of an older song of mine that I am dedicating to my fiancé for our wedding day.

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In This Lifetime…
In This Lifetime…
Carlos Tabora

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