September: 25 For 30: Rode Morrow

Photo Sep 27, 5 11 21 AM25Editor’s Note: We’re trying this again. Getting 30 artists to answer the same question. For the month of September–one for each day–we’ll be getting 30 Lubbock-West Texas singer-songwriters to answer the following question. For the complete list of September answers, click here.

Is there a song that you’ve written that you find yourself singing with your eyes closed more often than not when performed live? Why?

“Coincidentally, it’s ‘My Home.’ And I’ll be honest, it’s mainly because I’m concentrating on the lyrics and trying to not screwing them up. One, it has tons of lyrics, and two, all of the choruses are completely different. If I mess up on one word from the first–or actually, in any part of the song–it will throw the whole rest of the song off. We could end up singing about California or Canada if we’re not careful.”

Rode Morrow, Hogg Mualiessongwriter

Listen to “My Home” from the 2012 Hogg Maulies album, August Rain, below. Like the Hogg Maulies on Facebook here and follow them on Twitter here.


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