12 Days of Christmas Parody, now called the 12 Days of Real Estate. These are the first 12 "to do's" after you become a real estate agent !!! I have no rights to the music but the vocal track is me. Enjoy...
Met a new RE Agent in the office 3 years ago. He did prison ministry. I wrote this song hoping it would touch an inmate. The song was taken to the next meeting and played. One big giant of a man asked him to talk after the meeting....he was the guy in the song. BAM ! Go God!!
Written 9/11/2005, one year after my Dad passed, I wrote this song for mom. I didn't let her hear it for a few years until I felt she was ready....yes, she cried! It was originally titled "Somewhere Between Remember And Forget."
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Late night in the studio looking to relive some real estate stress from a crazy day, I wrote this song parody to the Glen Campbell song "Wichita Lineman." My version was written to all those trying to sell their home "FSBO - For Sale By Owner." I want to encourage you to hire me as your real estate professional to buy or sell your home. This was my outlet for the evening...hope you enjoy it.
Wow, just heard this song for the first time 8 years after it was released by Josh Groban. It was a song I wanted to sing over and over...hope you enjoy.
This is not my song, I do not hold the copyright. It was written by Asher Lenz & Adam Crossley.
Song about the Nashville Floods 2010 - (c) 2010 Steve Missall & Patrick Maley.
This song was written with my buddy Patrick Maley who is an amazing musician & friend!
Idea for the song:
After my basement flooded for a few days, in the Nashville Floods - May 2010, we didn't know how to make the water stop. Stuff got wet and ruined. At the end of the day I realized it was "all just stuff!" However, a few weeks later, I got together with Patrick (who helped me empty my basement in the middle of that night) and shared my feelings of loss for all the musicians in Nashville who lost "stuff" that affected their livelihood - making music. This song was the heartcry of what I was feeling.