Again I self-produced this collection of songs, playing all the parts, except as noted below. Recorded in Garageband. Here is some info about my songs: 'New Tomorrow,' was written early in the morning after coming home from playing in a club. I think the message is something a lot of us can relate to. Sometimes I play this reggae style live, but released this version here to get it out to the public at least. 'Strangers in Danger, ' was written from seeing a couple making out in front of a bar in Haughton, Louisiana after closing time after I had been at a friend, Rick Sterritt's house playing Bob Dylan and Eagles songs. 'Need to Breathe,' was written about frustrating relationships we can find ourselves in. 'Her Man's Gone,' was written while I worked as a DJ in a Neighborhood club in Dallas called 'Charlie's bar' on Northwest Blvd, close to Harry Hines, then it was next to a topless club. 'Seeing You, ' was written shortly after my marriage, realizing we had problems and I was only fascinated in her body, but not her personality and I knew that's all see saw in me also. 'Until I Met You, ' was written one day when I thought about how good it felt sometimes when you are in a relationship and it seems to be working out. But I have struggled with this song and have several versions. 'Whiskey Talkin, ' was inspired from a waitress in Shreveport when I hit on her, and she knew I was on my third drink. I actually wrote the song at a Planet Pizza while my daughter, Michele, and her friend, Electra, were playing. 'Have a Good Time,' was written at 3am after I came home from playing at an open mic in Denton, TX. I have had lots of complements on the feel of the song. The ending was kind of a mistake, but I kept the recorder on while the drumbeat continued and I am so glad. The original lyric was called 'Let It Fly.' 'Perspective,' was written around 2006 from a situation with some local people in the Denton music scene. ' Road Stoned,' was written while on a vacation in California, when we stopped at a truck stop and a guy was passed out in a couch. I was really wired from driving and smoking weed. Derrek Hutchings plays a lead track on this song, and excellent local bass player, Kris 'chaos' from the band Enemies did a bass track for me. 'Drink Another Beer,' was written from an experience in an Irish pub in Irving, Tx just down the street from where I lived and I could walk down. There was a cute blond sitting with some people and she kept looking at me, and I wondered what it really meant. So thanks for reading and thanks for listening to my work. Mike Miller.