See My Soul

Lyrics by Tony Maloley! - all copyright 2000


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Can't Believe That I Still Love You
Each Time We Say Goodbye
I Love You, I Miss You, Goodbye
I Need Another Heart
I Want You To Stay
My Heart's Only Desire
See My Soul
Silence This Rain
Sorry That I Love You
Swept Away In Love
Til You Went Away
You Break My Heart
You Should Have Seen The Trees

#42 has no lyrics, so go to New Melodies And The Anger Problem page

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See My Soul Track List (in order this time)

1. You Should Have Seen The Trees
2. Silence This Rain
3. Can't Believe That I Still Love You
4. I Want You To Stay
5. My Heart's Only Desire
6. Each Time We Say Goodbye
7. See My Soul
8. #42 (pronounced number forty-two)
9. I Need Another Heart
10. You Break My Heart
11. I Love You, I Miss You, Goodbye
12. Til You Went Away
13. Sorry That I Love You
14. Swept Away In Love

Liner notes:

SEE MY SOUL - Named for the song I believed had the best chance of going somewhere, perhaps a more fitting title would have been "She Stole It, And She Kept It," due to the lonelier perspective of most of the other songs.

But In Love And Lonely is the business of most of my favorites, from Hank Williams, to his disciples, Buddy Holly, Marty Robbins, John Cash, and Roy Orbison, to those from all over the world who came after them, and me.

Some of these songs were written to a specific audience of one. Some were written to express a particular emotion, or to convey an idea that I found interesting. Some were written in order to share a cool guitar ditty, or a melody that seized me and wouldn't let go. Some were written just because I wanted to be a songwriter.

If there is a message in this album, it is: Have compassion, be brave enough to do what you know you have to, trust your own mind and respect your own feelings, and if others could see your soul, they would be less alone. And, as the sad singer has found out, be it blessing or curse, hope springs eternal.

Tony Maloley


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