Here are the words to my songs.
Inspired by adventures with Facebook. But only in Russia and Belarus.
Somehow recently I had the themes of both "Space Battleship Yamato" and "Red Dwarf" on the brain, and this mashup was the result.
I've been trying to come up with a song for this bit of Final Fantasy XIV plot for a while now, and finally twigged to how close the feeling I was aiming for was to Leslie Fish's ode to the shipbuilders and Mission Control crew of Apollo...
A song about lazy mornings, especially in winter. It came to me on such a morning, naturally.
This is me trying to get at the common feature in the ways we celebrate the season — the promise even amid the longest night that light, and Light, will return. Happy holidays, however you choose to celebrate!
So this is my first Final Fantasy XIV Online song (to go with all the World of Warcraft ones I've written). Notionally, it's written by my bard character as a tribute to fallen friends (in at least two cases, falling specifically in the act of protecting him).
Fairly obvious what inspired this one.
Inspired by some friends who really did travel 300 miles from Fort Worth to Midland because that was where the graphics card was available. Blasted crypto miners...
This was inspired by a parodic version of the "no one wants to work anymore" sign that someone taped to a Wendy's drive-thru menu, which other someones photographed and then shared to a Facebook group. As you might gather from the following, I have... opinions... about the allegedly non-parodic versions of that sign.
A space song from 2011 — back when SpaceX's plans for its Dragon capsule were still largely aspirational — that I missed putting up here previously.