Letters II

by Michael Stegner

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Installment two of this song cycle.

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released May 24, 2019

Michael Stegner - music, lyrics, voice, piano, shuitar (Dead Man Blues), accordions, production, mixing & mastering
Forrest Giberson - bass, pedal steel
Colin Higgins - Guitar (Through My Eyes)
Jeff Fielder - Guitars (Dead Man Blues)
Robin Holcom - Voice (Dead Man Blues)
Ehssan Karimi - Hang (Through My Eyes)
Noah Frank - Violins (Through My Eyes)

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Michael Stegner Los Angeles, California

Michael Stegner is an LA-based musician, producer, songwriter and composer.

He has performed and/or collaborated with artists such as Aiko Shimada, Robin Holcomb, Michael Shrieve, Wayne Horvitz, Reggie Watts, Louis Cole, Lee Oskar, Mike Doughty and the Jongleurs to name a few. ... more

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Track Name: Through My Eyes
The sun comes o’er the mountains
Night sky turns red
Fog lies in the valley
Blue hills still wet

Birds sing songs of morning
Green trees still gray
House light on the hillside
Farmer’s awake

Frog outlasts the cricket
Old dog still sleeps
Cold grass in the backyard
Crawdads in the creek

Life seemed much bigger
when I stood here before now.

I want you to see through my eyes
Hear as I hear
All that’s lost
when I’m without you.
Track Name: Dead Man Blues (ft. Robin Holcomb & Jeff Fielder)
I had a good life
but now it’s gone.
I had a good life
but now it’s gone.
I was shot through the heart
by the man who stole my wife.

It gets so cold at night
when you’re six feet underground.
It gets so cold at night
when you’re six feet underground.
I laid there dying
while they ran around town.

Who says a man can’t see no ghost once he’s gone?
Who says a man can’t see no ghost once he’s gone?
Time’s gone away, but I still see her face.

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