It Is Finished

I have been working on this song all day long
And for some reason it kept coming out wrong
But I didn’t give up, and now it’s done
I can’t tell you when I’ve had so much fun

It’s a simple tune, this is true
And it makes me the opposite of blue
It’s written in the key of C
Just another song, to you from me

Green Version
Red Version
Blue Version
Name That Tune

Here Comes the Sun

Actually, there goes the sun. But it will be back in the morning.

Today’s song isn’t classical but it is still a classic. It’s not completely done, but I need to take a break. And this song needs to be out in the world now, not later.

Here are my versions of The Beatles Here Comes The Sun“:

Acoustic Guitar and Bells
Electric Guitar and Synth and Bells

Think For Yourself

This is one of the Beatles songs that doesn’t have a solo. It just repeats the same phrase four times.
I find that interesting.

Everybody, sing along……

Think for Yourself

The Beatles

I’ve got a word or two
To say about the things that you do
You’re telling all those lies
About the good things that we can have
If we close our eyes

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

I left you far behind
The ruins of the life that you have in mind
And though you still can’t see
I know your mind’s made up
You’re gonna cause more misery

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Although your mind’s opaque
Try thinking more if just for your own sake
The future still looks good
And you’ve got time to rectify
All the things that you should

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Do what you want to do
And go where you’re going to
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you
Think for yourself
‘Cause I won’t be there with you

Blast from the Past (Updated 10-2021)

Here is a song you’re sure to remember
It came out sometime in late September
Way back in Nineteen Sixty-Five
I heard it was a great year, were you alive?

The Beatles were everywhere, they could do no wrong
No matter the music, whatever the song
They changed music forever, you know the rest
And I think I like this song the best:

130 bpm
100 bpm



The Hits Just Keep Coming

I think this is what is referred to as “experimental music.” These songs come with healing powers to all who listen to them with love in their hearts.

Sure Fire Hit
Accompaniment Without Melody

30 Bars Down……

The re-harmonization project continues….. Here are two versions of my re-harmonization of the Beatles “Within You and Without You.” I really like the way it sounds at the 33 second mark.
For those of you who don’t know, re-harmonizing a song involves adding different chords to an existing melody. In this case there weren’t any chords to begin with!

Here is the sheet music for all of you musicians out there:

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