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1. Blueberry Moment

Blueberry Moment

BLUEBERRY MOMENT Deidre Rodman Struck c2016 It's been raining all morning The forecast called for sun A storm seems to be forming And there's nowhere to run Let's take a break Take ourselves To a place beyond the gray Together we can reinvent this day Let's have a blueberry moment Just you and me And our love makes three And we'll chase the clouds away Let's have a blueberry moment It just takes one To bring back the sun And create the month of May I can tell you've been down And you can't tell me why Maybe you've forgotten How it feels to touch the sky Let's retreat Find something sweet The rest of the world can wait With you I've got the whole world on a plate CHORUS It seems crazy that blueberries Could put an end to the blues After all, they're just tiny morsels Which seem ordinary at first, it's true But you can have them anywhere A coffee shop Under the stair A traffic stop The county fair The top of a ferris wheel All it takes is a little faith For the magic to become real

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2. Circle

Circle

hypnotic, mellow, soothing, electronic

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3. Modern Mona Lisa

Modern Mona Lisa

MODERN MONA LISA lyrics by Deidre Rodman and Sara Trenary performed by The Melting: Deidre Rodman on keyboards/vocals, Joe Davis on guitar, Dan Glynn on bass, Michael Nelson on drums LYRICS: My eyes My hands can feel the walls close in My eyes that stare, don't know or care All the while I see them smile With passing looks that mock my pride Can I confide in aging walls that must come down Modern Mona Lisa Modern Mona Lisa Wandering Away from all the days that hold my past at bay These ragged edges frame my face They know their place Modern Mona Lisa Modern Mona Lisa Trapped in glass I see them pass They say someday I'll be taken down By eyes that stare Don't know or care They don't know or care Modern Mona Lisa Modern Mona Lisa Modern Mona Lisa Those eyes don't know or care Or care About Lisa About Lisa About Lisa

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4. New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

A pretty, mellow song about being with the ones you love on New Year's Eve. I wrote it when my husband was away at flight school for a year.

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5. Bond Girl

Bond Girl

Fun pop song about wanting to be a Bond Girl!

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6. Pure One

Pure One

A meditative song with melodica, saxophone, trumpet, bass, drums and vocals. Mixing free improvisation with structured, "through-composed" music. LYRICS: When the rain follows near me Washing fire out to sea I then become my pure self To those who find me I come from far away And I sail through darkened ways And I wait for you In the rain Deidre Rodman, piano/melodica/vocals Tony Malaby, sax Russ Johnson, trumpet Bob Bowen, bass Mark Ferber, drums From the album Simple Stories, Sunnyside Records, 2003

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7. Solo

Solo

A solo, improvised piano piece from my album Simple Stories (Sunnyside).

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8. We Go High

We Go High

Inspired by the words of Michelle Obama, "We Go High" is an uplifting song reminding us all to be strong and hopeful, even when days seem dark. Written by Deidre Rodman Struck (piano, vox) and Byron Isaacs (bass). Allison Miller on drums. Additional vocals by Rebecca Pronsky and Mirabelle Struck. Engineered by RIch Bennett at ACME Hall Studios. Mastered by Justin Colletti. c2017missdremusic WE GO HIGH Struck/Isaacs Lyrics: How do you find hope on a new day? How do you find hope when it's raining all around? You gather up the tools of your trade You don't give up on the promise you made You come out of the shade CHORUS When they go low, we go high From the river up to the sky And we're not giving up Love is a struggle Hope is a fight When they go low, we go high Gotta remember how to fly And we're not giving up Love is a struggle Hope is a fight How do you escape a hall of mirrors? Echo chamber voices don't make it any clearer You smash through the glass You sweep up the tears You slam the door in the face of your fears Our moment is here CHORUS Perspective Finds us where we are As a collective When we reach for the stars But they're just out of reach How do we teach our children better? We take to the street We march to the beat CHORUS We're not giving up Love is a struggle But we are the light

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9. Tina Fey

Tina Fey

In honor of the great Liz Lemon! An homage. TINA FEY There she goes, stealing my heart Wrinkly nose, cute little scar She's a star But she seems just like a regular gal Maybe I could be her pal I wear glasses too-I wanna be just like you Hey hey hey Tina Fey  Tina Fey Making waves all over town Earning raves-c'mon, give her a crown She's waging war on frowns She'll never let me down Yeah I wanna be Tina Fey I'll meet her one lucky day My music will help me say "I love you, Tina Fey!" I thought I wanted to be Joss Whedon, in the Buffy-verse Or Sarah Jessica Parker I thought I wanted to be Tim Gunn, saying "Make it work!" But no one works harder And no one is smarter than her I thought I wanted to be Jon Stewart, kicking up a stir Or Sarah Jessica Parker I thought I wanted to be Steve Carell, cutting up at work But no one works harder And no one is smarter than her If I play her this song Will she say, "Hey Dee-come along to the studio.." I just want her to know That I wanna b e Tina Fey I'll meet her one lucky day My music will help me say I wanna be Tina Fey...

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10. Simple Stories

Simple Stories

Title track from the jazz album Simple Stories (Sunnyside) featuring Tony Malaby on sax, Russ Johnson on trumpet, Bob Bowen on bass, Mark Ferber on drums, Deidre Rodman (composer) on piano and vocals, Luciana Souza on vocals, and the Neighborhood School Children's Choir.

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11. Sister Rodman

Sister Rodman

SISTER RODMAN Words and Music by Deidre Rodman Struck copyright 2015, MissDreMusic I never met a vice I didn't like..to fight I went to church every Sunday for a better take on life And listened to the missionaries Talk about saving the world (Amen) No Caf- feine Now I drink coffee five days a week I go to sleep every night with my boyfriend and keep No promise but my own No tomes of wisdom But the ones in my pocket (No doctrine, Sister Rodman) Yes brother, I'm changing the rules A little more every day But I have to say, I still pray Sister Rodman's coming home Sister Rodman's coming home Now when they come to my door I let them in They talk of school, and sin, and “Sister Rodman, how have you been?” Well, thank you I've been fine Drinking wine And having the time of my life A church, a cult, a guarantee of eternity A prophesy Maybe all, maybe none of these Me? I'm living kind of large In charge of everything I see I see God in all of the leaves I see beauty changing in the trees I see God in all of the leaves I see beauty changing in the leaves

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12. Christmastime In New York

Christmastime In New York

Ho Ho Ho! I wrote this song to celebrate the awesomeness that is Christmastime in New York, even when I get trapped by tourists near Radio City on the way to a gig. Deidre Rodman Struck, composer/piano/background vocals Jamie Leonhart, vocals Gabriel Gordon, vocals Daniel Glass, drums Chris Morrissey, bass Michael Leonhart, trumpet Jay Rodriguez, saxophones Curtis Fowlkes, trombone Recorded and Mixed by Bennett Paster, Benny's Wash and Dry Studios Executive Produced by Francois Zalacain, Sunnyside Records

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13. Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking Words and Music by Deidre Rodman If I were Stephen Hawking And the numbers danced before me Like mockingbirds in springtime I'd pluck them out of air And eat them up right then and there Like ice cream If I were Stephen Hawking If I were Stephen Hawking I would close my eyes and daydream That all the many black holes Were the colors of the rainbow Incandescent lightshow Yes, I'd dream If I were Stephen Hawking Cosmos, shelter me Share your history Because you see we have a great debate Cosmos, tell to me All your mysteries Without them we may learn how not to hate Or maybe it's too late If I were Stephen Hawking In my mind I would be thinking Of equations interlocking hands And going out to tea Lingering by a movie screen Or running toward a pretty screen And laughing at the cosmic joke They've played on you and me Well, I'm not Stephen Hawking I am just a girl who's singing Of the universe and all its many special secret verses But one day should I meet him I will smile as I greet him With a burst of stardust song We'll dance the whole night long And watch the vibrant skies You know, we see the same moonrise Yes if I were Stephen Hawking I'd close my eyes And listen to the lunar lullabies

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14. All The Girls

All The Girls

A song written from the perspective of a cat in a shelter. LYRICS: Tammy joined the rodeo Clare's left with a Broadway show And April's in Paris as far as I know All the girls I've lost Marge became a circus clown I waved to her as she left town On a shiny new future While the sun came down On all the girls I've lost Hard to let them go But they must live their lives, I know Close my eyes and sleep I'll see them in my dreams Wake up to another day See someone look just my way With shaded eyes that seem to say I know what you have lost Maybe there are places yet Where I belong (I won't forget you) Hold me close and say you''ll never leave (I'll never leave) Somehow I believe This time Somehow I believe

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15. Idle Boy

Idle Boy

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16. Musical Exchange: Born Beautiful

Musical Exchange: Born Beautiful

This is a draft based on the "Communal Title" activity from Carnegie Hall's Musical Exchange program.

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17. Prelude

Prelude

The intro track to my album Simple Stories, on Sunnyside Records. Performed by The Neighborhood School Choir. Lyrics: When simple stories call At doorways ripe for a fall Will you open them wide to light?

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18. Sleeping Ground

Sleeping Ground

A song about death and rebirth. Lyrics: This song I write for you With flame and forehead bowed By the river that we knew By the soft and browning ground Many snows have fallen wide And hidden walks grown green In all the days when vows were made Beneath the verdant boughs Beside the waters clear and vibrant And now I play for you Here in another town Far from the ones we knew And the sun is fallen down I play a lot of places now You'd laugh to see them smile And all the while I try to breathe In whispered reverence Beside the waters clear and vibrant CHORUS: How will I know If winter grows too long Will you remember My pure and reaching song I'll meet you 'Ere sun has found its rest Be well, my friend When the day has passed far west You'll find me wandering Following through This song I sing for you While all the rest sleep sound To bring us to our places Beside the seasoned ground Beside the waters clear and vibrant

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