Here's something I've never done before: a one verse song.
I wrote this line a couple months ago while hiking in the woods near my house. I decided right then that it would be a whole song unto itself.
I don't think the line is particularly profound, I just don't see how I could add another three minutes of material to support it.
The beauty of the weekly song project is that I can make and release songs like this, songs that I ordinarily wouldn't share out of self-consciousness or a limited view of what a song should be.
I'm having fun. Hope you are too.
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Alan Bargar and Karen Schantz
If your gospel talks of love as an offer freely given,
without condition, open to all, I'll drink to that.
But if your gospel spends more time defending who it can deny,
well it doesn't take a genius to smell a rat.
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