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Don’t Wanna Close My Eyes Again

DON’T WANNA CLOSE MY EYES Mychols/Refling 2017 BMI/ASCAP When I met you I was cold and afraid When you called on me I did everything to make you go away You fell for me I think I fell for you […]

Lisa Mychols of Mychols Fabulous Playground just released Don't Wanna Close My Eyes Again. photo credit Tom Richards

Don’t Wanna Close My Eyes Again

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DON’T WANNA CLOSE MY EYES Mychols/Refling 2017 BMI/ASCAP When I met you I was cold and afraid When you called on me I did everything to make you go away You fell for me I think I fell for you […]

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See You Again

LYRICS: "See You Again" Band: The Hour Zero Written By Elsie Mychols/Tom Richards Recorded and Produced by Tom Richards Video Production by Tom Richards LYRICS: Just got back from the show last night I want to see

Wanderlilly

Lady Wanderlilly Come on over to me now She moves so gracefully In my ear she whispered softly I've seen angels I've seen angels Lady Wanderlilly Silence is consuming now Her scars

Soul is…

Maybe soul is just a paper bag filled with air maybe a little baby, who feels when his mother’s there a studio apartment that sorely needs new furniture your body an electric

The Heat and the Humidity

Looked in the mirror, trimmed his mustache Handsome Harry Backstage with a pocketful of cash He sprayed his face with some cheap cologne, snapped the brim of his hat and walked out

Pontiac’s No More

I worked the line 30 years. and I still hear it ringin’ in my ears. They shut it down. put a chain across the door. I don’t build Pontiacs no more Pontiac’s no more. The

Never Forget

The day our innocence died No one will forget We pray our hearts will survive The hell that we have met   But I still have hope They won't take that away from me Forever in

Bachelor Trash-Bag Blues

Dirty socks in a pizza box No insurance and faulty locks Old blue jeans and magazines Checkbook needs some balancing I can’t seem to lose The bachelor trash-bag blues Newspaper stolen from the next door

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