Riding the Bus and Writing a Song

It’s a lot cleaner and more high tech than I remember with commuters in various stages of awokeness. Almost everyone is “of color” though I appear to be only 1 of 2 members of the African American tribe along for the ride. I’m on Sound Transit bus 216 traveling from Sammamish where I live to Seattle Center where I have a late morning meeting. Actually it’ll take 2 buses and 90 minutes to travel 23 miles — a trip that, depending on traffic, usually takes 35-50 in my car. But I love the $2.50 exact change price of admission and marvel it’s taken me this long to actually do this. 

So why now? Well, I’m 1 of 5 Seattle area songwriters chosen for this year’s global Acoustic Guitar Project: one guitar.one week.one song. I’m songwriter #4 and last night picked up a Kindred guitar from songwriter #3. Now I have 1 week to write and record a song with it. Back in the day riding the bus often inspired me to write and so I’m hoping to once again catch lightning in a bottle. Wish me luck!”

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  • Robert E. David

    Robert E. David New Zealand

    Share the list of available songs with us so that I may download these songs. Anyway, Two Daughters is really a nice song. I have shared the link on [URL=http://contentblogger.com/]contentblogger.com[/URL] right now and would urge you to make the suitable plans. I am waiting for your key response over here, thanks to your team and members.

    Share the list of available songs with us so that I may download these songs. Anyway, Two Daughters is really a nice song. I have shared the link on contentblogger.com right now and would urge you to make the suitable plans. I am waiting for your key response over here, thanks to your team and members.

  • Paula Boggs Band

    Paula Boggs Band

    Will do and thank you!

    Will do and thank you!

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