today, tomorrow, and forever - bobby blue (Patsy Cline Cover, 1957) 

written by don reid

My guardian alien took me to a Rockabilly show this Summer and everything changed for me musically. I’ve always loved 1950s pop and I sang songs by Patsy Cline, and Loretta Lynn pretty well. I have been out of performing for a while because I just haven’t had anything to say, but I was looking for inspiration from somewhere, then the mothership sent a very specific message. Here I go into this lovely genre with beautiful songs, and melodies. Enjoy.

LYRICS:

How warm is the love in my heart for you

As warm as the sun in the sky of blue

How long will it shine if you say you’re mine

Today, tomorrow and forever

How strong was my love from the very start

How long will it last in my happy heart

How much would I cry if we’d ever part

Today, tomorrow and forever

'Cause if you weren't there to share my love

Who cares if the sky should fall

For anyone can see how much you mean to me

You’re my life, my love, my very all

And as long as the tides of the ocean flow

As long as the trees and the flowers grow

So long, oh my love, will I love you so

Today, tomorrow and forever

'Cause if you weren't there to share my love

Who cares if the sky should fall

For anyone can see how much you mean to me

You’re my life, my love, my very all

And as long as the tides of the ocean flow

As long as the trees and the flowers grow

So long, oh my love, will I love you so

Today, tomorrow and forever

Today… Tomorrow… And forever….

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When most people hear me sing they think I am a woman. I am a counter-tenor, with a 4 octave vocal range. My voice has often been compared to Karen Carpenter, and Sinéad O'Connor. I have been singing all my life and write on acoustic guitar.

My new album, the retro-electro pop perfect, 'sunshine' is uplifting, and melodic. Recorded with DFA Records engineer, Abe Seiferth, we have woven together influences of 1960s pop and modern electronic music, like Erasure, and The Pet Shop Boys. The glitchy electro-country song, 'go', and the cover of Bread's 1971 hit, 'if', are sadder moments, but the happy synth title track, 'he loves me', and 'feel good' hold the spirit of the album as they celebrate the more fun, and happier times of life. I wrote most of these songs in my mother's home country, Costa Rica, which adds a slight tropical feel to the music, like in 'blue island', and 'pura vida'.


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