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Beyond The Light
Steve's latest CD, featuring the following songs:
The Closet: I met this kid on the Internet who said "coming out" was the same as throwing your sex life in his face and if he was gay, heíd hide it from everyone. I said to him, "Even if you wanted to, in this day and age, thatís impossible. In schools, offices and churches, EVERYONE ALWAYS WANTS TO KNOW." I wrote this song in an effort to try to explain the horror of living a lie every moment of every day of your life.
Why: Inspired by Danette E. Sheppard. It is the opening number to THE BIG VOICE: GOD OR MERMAN?
Henderson Kentucky: An excerpt from a live concert in rocester New York where I describe an encounter I had with a group of "Christians" wearing signs like "God Hates Fags". (Click here to download the video)
God's Work / Scarecrow: The song that resulted from the above encounter with the hateful group of "Christian" protestors.
James Robertson: Based on a true story told to me by a friend named Joey.
Will It Always Be Like This: This is a fully orchestrated band version of the song based on the life of Gabi Clayton, whose teenage son Bill committed suicide after a gaybashing.
Near You: This was written for a wedding but they didn't use it. Wedding songs donít usually hint that love is something to fear. LOL
Beyond The Light: Marie Cain wrote the lyrics based on a near death experience in a swimming pool.
Salvation Song: Salvation Song is filled with trick questions. But itís essentially about instant gratification religion.
William's Song: Another true story about friends of mine I met over the Internet, Carolyn Wagner and her son William. This is a fully orchestrated rock and roll band version of the song.
Reluctant Soldier: Tired of the knee-jerk 9/11 media stories celebrating war, I wrote this based on Tao Te Ching 31 ó that one should enter a battle as if going to a funeral. (With Reed Prescott sharing lead vocals)