Well, hello there! It’s been a while. I’ve enjoyed catching up on your blogs this week. Thank you for making me feel missed and welcomed back.
There are many, many songs written about “the one that got away.” But what about the one that didn’t? And by that I mean, what about the one that didn’t, but you wish had?! Here’s a song I wrote on that subject a few years ago.
My inner grammar cop compels me to point out the flaw in the title. But no one says, “the one who got away” now do they? So artistic license wins over language laws this time – like a lot of times. In fact, anytime you find an error in my writing, just chalk it up to “artistic license.” Oh yeah, I totally meant to do that. . .
Dial In Before I go any further, I have a bit of business I need to clear up from last week’s post, “Pitch, Pitch, Pitch.” Jake The Cat would like me to make the record clear that he has never, … Continue reading →
Simple Gifts Music & Lyric by Elder Joseph Brackett Arrangement by Anita, Noted in Nashville, copyright 2012 Vocals by Anita, Noted in Nashville I’ve never hosted Thanksgiving in my home, and this year is no exception. Maybe that’s why the … Continue reading →
“Super Turkey” Featuring Lanie Draughon This is why I still teach. I may not keep the schedule I used to. I may never teach 40 students a week again. But I don’t need that anymore. The few students I have … Continue reading →
No, it’s Not an Accordion!: Original Music by Noted in Nashville When I recorded my first CD, I answered two questions on a regular basis. Has anyone ever told you that you look like Sandra Bullock? Is that an accordion … Continue reading →