Archive for the ‘YouTube’ Category

Someone Who Loved Me – Video

May 19, 2018

Dear Musea Reader, lots of music composing going on here!

Someone Who Loved Me,
Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar.

My latest video is a bittersweet song about too much love on one side. This is my song #1917. Photo by David McGhee. “Studio B”

Headphones are best. This is a rough demo, not a studio recording.
For everything else, including the latest on the music revolution, tomhendricks.us

Please click on the thumbs up, like button – literally lifting a finger! It helps a lot!

Comments welcome.

Lyrics

SOMEONE WHO LOVED ME

1
She was someone who loved me.
She was someone who cared.

But I was not in love with her.
For me a friend, that’s all she was. That’s all.

Middle
She was someone who got carried away.
She was someone who felt too much.
She was someone who refused to see. How it was.

2
Someday, though I will miss her.
She’ll find the love that she wants.

But I was not in love with her.
For me a dear friend, that’s all she was. That’s all.

(c) Tom Hendricks 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ6b3QU1Ak0

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Shoo Bop, My salute to background singers!

May 15, 2018

Time for another video from my string of new songs.

These are demos, not studio recordings! Look for the lyrics, and song!

This one is called ‘SHOO BOP”, my salute to all background singers! Yeah Yeah Yeah!

Hunkasaurus and His Pet Dog Guitar ( performed in the combo guitar style.) Photo by David McGhee.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5i_7PTlnIU

Let me know what you think, give the video a like – lift a finger it helps – and stay tuned for a studio version (or see my other studio recordings.)

Tom Hendricks

For all else – explore the floors at my main website tomhendricks.us and join the arts and media revolution!

Cello (new song, lyrics, and video)

May 2, 2018

Here is a preview of a new song of mine, called Cello.
The lyrics tell of a man who hears a woman playing cello through the apartment walls and falls in love with her.

The youtube video, with a rough demo of the song will be out soon. Till then here is the lyrics.

CELLO (c) Tom Hendricks 2018

1.

I was caught off guard, reading some books one day

When I heard next door, someone began to play.

Cello practice there. She played some scales to start.

Then after a pause, she played a piece by Bach.

Chorus

First she played it sweet like a Siren sings

Then she played it rough like a stormy see

Passion in her bow as her cello rang.

Passion in my heart, not too far away.

(guitar lead, then repeat chorus )

2.

Music shows the soul. Its more than skill or rote.

When she strums the strings, feelings in every note.

(I) listen when I can, don’t want to miss her play.

(I) really have to find some way to meet some day.

Chorus (repeat).

Video, All the Birds in the World

February 4, 2018

Just posted a youtube video minutes ago, of a very happy keyboard song. I’ve been writing a massive amount of music, mostly on guitar with a break on the piano, and this little 5 chorder came out with a lot of spirit and joy.

Now imagine a sky with all the birds and listen.
(Written 1/31/18, composition #1879)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zqbKJlYkw8

CBAs – Details

February 2, 2018

Want to end poverty in the US without spending a penny? Here’s how it might happen.

Good news! Your state has been selected in the regional lottery.
Your state will receive 50 billion dollars in a Community Bank Account. That money is never spent but it helps the state in two ways.

1. The INTEREST goes to ending poverty in the state by empowering the poorest areas to improve.
2. The capital is available for LOANS to businesses in that state. This may be further used to end poverty by being limited to small business and personal loans only.

What’s next?
The state will make a list of the main centers of poverty in the state. They will:

1. Determine a level of annual income or less, that defines poverty. 2. Determine the number of communities in poverty, and make a list.
Most likely there will be entire rural counties, and certain neighborhoods in larger towns and cities.
3. Take the first month’s interest on the 50 billion, and give it to the first name on the list. Next month the second name, etc. When you finish with the first round. Start again at the top, and continue forever!
4. The community (rural county, or city neighborhood), takes the interest they receive and spends it to improve the entire community.
5. Before the community gets the money, they should make a plan on how they will spend the money, how they will budget the money they get. This record, plus any receipts for expenditures, can be reviewed by a state committee, to check to see that the money was well spent. If it was not, the state can stop the program for that community. So there are checks and balances.
6. When the poverty line improves across the poorest areas, more communities may be added to the list.


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