One big prevailing word was etched in my mind while writing this: SUPERFICIAL and Esther’s song personifies that. If you read the lyrics, listen to the chord changes and how the melody is constructed, you can tell that I had so much fun writing it. Continue reading Beauty Queen, song of Esther
A lot of people think this is a love song. Well it is, and it isn’t.
This is the second of 3 power-pop-ballads in the roster (the other ones are “Still”, song of Rachel and “Beautiful”, song of the Daughters of Job). Meaning: it’s formulaic. I’ve always touted this one as the American Idol song because it’s meant to be sung in a “take the stage” way or at least something that would sound good in karaoke. Haha. Continue reading So Much More, song of Abigail
This is one of those compositions where it just didn’t flow. It was a brain-whacker. What’s a word that rhymes with this…what about that? Maybe the last chorus can be sung a pitch higher for that grand effect? What an admission, right? Continue reading Still, song of Rachel
The Testimonies (Beauty and The Bible) featuring Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, Esther, Abigail, Tamar and the Daughters of Job. Childless, manipulative, jealous, faithful, submissive, abused and blessed–these are the stores of the most beautiful women that ever lived. Continue reading The Testimonies