Andrew makes songs based on your ideas.
And sometimes he just makes songs.
But anyway, suggest something?
August 10, 2011
It’s been a gradual transition that wasn’t always even apparent to me, but I can definitively say now that my work will be focused more on my YouTube channel than this website. (Though a redesign is on its way that will integrate the two a bit more anyway.)
Of course, all the songs here will stay up for your enjoyment – some might even be made into videos in the near future. :) I will also continue to do commissions.
Thank you all for your support and encouragement over the years. Things are getting bigger and better and I hope you’ll stay on this magic carpet ride with me forever!
August 5, 2009
Thanks to Rachelle for the mini-commission to get this Intergalactic piano part written out. Enjoy!
(Click for big.)
February 14, 2010
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My girlfriend, Anastasia, loves Songs To Wear Pants to. I worry about getting just the right gift for her, and I think that a song from you would do the trick.
Ana loves nerds (both book-smart and geeky) and has a crush on Robert Downey Jr.. So nerdy or geeky references are a must, and possibly some things about Iron Man or Sherlock Holmes.
at the end I would like a specific line said: “I promise you from the bottom heart, Little One, our cake will never be a lie.”
The story of how Anastasia and I met is one of true nerdiness. We met roleplaying, with her character Quinn the blue haired grifting Brit and my character Del, an old Viking with regeneration, Del hunting Quinn. I call her both Little One and Lemondrop, she calls me sunshine. She’s the talented one, with writing and a keen knowledge of advertising, leaving me in the dust with all my boring old accounting knowledge and a mind full of random facts, which she constantly inquires about just to learn new things – something she loves, learning.
Ana runs a make-up blog called Lipsticks and Lightsabers, where she adds a geek chick’s flavor to the scene while acting as a champion against frilly unicorn lovers. Ana loves proper English terms, being a Brit, and always hates the way I say things like water, or aluminum as an American.
She calls herself a cat and is tries to act as adorable every way she can from nuzzling with a meow to her yawn, which is the cutest noise I’ve ever heard.