Oh baby how I love your legs
OK, not that one. But I had the acoustic guitar out last night working up a sound for a riff I liked and while I was listening back to it I leaned into the out front mic and sang a few lyrics.
I've been staring down the barrel
And therein lies the case against me
Now that I'm wearing cheap apparel
I can finally see
That squaring off with the folks around me
Ain't the way to be
Now I'll admit that I write this way often...that is, I get a riff that feels good and just sing something against it. Those first lyrics seldom stick. This set, however, may have potential. I kind of like the complex metaphor that puts the character under pressure in a somewhat transient circumstance with a possible personality disorder.
So....I know it's busy around here, but if anybody has any ideas, either lyrically or conceptually that they might like to offer....
I'll be spending some time on the musical development while the stew simmers.
Regards to all