Friday, 11 May 2012

Thirteen

John's post has spurred me in to action after a couple of days of slackness on the blogging front!

Lea today recorded 3 of my favourite songs I like to play at school. It was fun to sing these songs and I hope you like my version of Thirteen that Elliott Smith liked to cover in his concerts.

It tells of a High School scenario of young love that all of us I'm sure can identify with. It brings back memories of innocence and the excitement of setting out on love's pathways that we all have different tales to tell.



7 comments:

blackhuff said...

It's nice that you have someone, who can record your songs. Where do you record your songs?

Paul said...

We do the recordings at Lea's house. I am really lucky that Lea gives her time to do this for me.

Lea said...

I love this song Paul! You did such a great job with this one! It is neat working with you on this and doing the recordings with you :-)

Ellie said...

It's great to have friends that help each other out. It's also great that you have these songs recorded for you to keep. Thanks for sharing.

Don't unplug your hub. said...

Young love eh. I suppose now I shall have to write a post about Mary Mortimer!

Don't unplug your hub. said...

Sorry. I got so distracted thinking about Mary Mortimer that I forgot to say how much I enjoyed the song.

Sarah said...

This has a slight Crowded House ring to it Paul...this is such a good one of yours!!