gone, the supernova's over-burned out
everywhere i look for it, i strike out
posted 6 months ago + 4 notes — via elementabees

Red Balloon — © 2014 Tylan Greenstein
RWRS 2, Week 6 — Prompt: Puzzled



posted 6 months ago + 1 note

"My RealWomenRealSongs song #3 is up! The prompt was demure. This song is called “Red Carpet.” 3 down, 48 to go!”

—Tylan



posted 7 months ago + 3 notes

OK, while you’re musing on that question, here’s Song #2! Prompt: Optimistic. The song is called “Dogs of History.” I was thinking about how it’s really only possible to be optimistic if you truly let the past go, because our memories tend to pick out the most heinous garbage with which we can endlessly torture ourselves.”

—Tylan



posted 7 months ago + 4 notes

"My first song for RealWomenRealSongs is up! The prompt was “vulnerable,” but of course, all my songs fit that description. This one is called “Auld Lang Syne.” ”

—Tylan



posted 7 months ago + 3 notes

Nate Borofsky has started writing a song a day. You can check out the past several days’ worth of his songs at nateborofsky.com! They’re actually pretty good.



posted 9 months ago + 2 notes , © tylan.fanbridge.com
(via Tylan: Our next show: No pants required!)

(via Tylan: Our next show: No pants required!)



posted 9 months ago + 10 notes , © elementabees

//tell me there’s a reason



posted 11 months ago + 8 notes — via redwrenwalking
redwrenwalking:

wow stop being so cute

redwrenwalking:

wow stop being so cute



posted 11 months ago + 10 notes , © tylanmusic.com
"And yet, just like a romantic relationship that has run its course, there’s a way that you know something’s over in your bones way before you’re ready to admit it to yourself or anyone else. Looking back, I think that taking a hiatus was a way for us to avert a full-fledged existential crisis - a way to see other people, as it were. And it seems it’s taken a solid year to fully accept what is really happening. We’re moving on."


posted 11 months ago + 3 notes , © girlyman.com
"There are a lot of dates that we could conceivably use to celebrated the anniversary of Girlyman . There’s the date that we first performed under the name “Girlyman” (Feb. 3, 2002), the date we first arranged “Montpelier” for three voices in a car together (Aug. 1, 2001), the date Doris & Ty met (Sept. 1981). But the date that we most often use is the date that we scheduled our first rehearsal: Sep. 11, 2001."