New songs

Greg & I have been wanting to put some new tunes up on the website, but have been hampered with life. We do have 2 new offerings. One is a re-recording of the instrumental, “Tabor Morning”. The other is a blues song I wrote in 1976, but never got around to recording it. So here it is: Backyard Lonesome Bummertime Blues. More new songs to come. Stay tuned.

Backyard Lonesome Bummertime Blues

Okay, so the picture really does not go with the title of the song,
but it was hard to find an appropriate picture.
I wrote this song decades ago and finally decided to record it.
Greg added bass guitar and mixed the song.
All other instrumentation by Paulie’

Backyard Lonesome Bummertime Blues-
Paul Woodsong

You got to play like you never played,
To help you cope with a Bummer Day.
Do whatever you do, the Best.
Only time will tell, if you made the right guess.
When faced with an UnNatural, insulting blow,
to your Character,
The kind that’s so hard to leave behind.

I’ve met some low down ruthless people,
With a pain, that’s so hard to hide.
I cherish the beautiful caring people,
Not afraid to show, what’s really inside.
Both are the same, Society’s the blame,
For these old, 
Backyard Lonesome Bummertime Blues.

I went to see about a job today. Redneck said, 
I didn’t “look the way a man supposed to look”.
I went home to fix my bike, 
I should have known,
I couldn’t fix it right.
I try with all my might. What’s the use in trying to fight, these old,
Backyard Lonesome Bummertime Blues.