MP3 Lawrence C. Sarsoun - Songs By Sars
Eclectic collection of songs; includes country, rock, Americana, gospel, blues, and country comedy.
12 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Traditional Country, URBAN/R&B: Chicago Soul
Lawrence C. Sarsoun has been writing music since the mid-80’s. He writes music he likes, no matter what the genre. His first effort, the country song, MyIndiana Hoosier Lullabye, is all about family and down home in the country.
Sometimes She’ll Make My Day is all about how pathetic we guys sometimes get when we are trying to get a young lady’s attention.
The melody is reminiscent of New Orleans jazz.
How Can You Say There Is No God? hearkens back to the apostle Paul, when he told the unbelieving Greeks to just look around them at nature to confirm the existence of God.
There You Were is a love ballad. Larry, who had gone through a painful divorce, meets the women who would go on to be his new wife.
Sand In My Pocket is an anti-war song, see if you can guess which war. It is a hard-rocking theme with a subtle Christian message of salvation.
Oh, Sunny Days is a Caribbean love song, a Latin flavored ballad of unrequited romance.
Gran’ma, Where Has Gran’pa Gone? is a story of death told from the viewpoint of a little boy who has just lost his grandfather. Ends with a salvation message.
Horseman of the Apocalypse is a song all about the Last Days as spoken about in the book of the Revelation.
Urban Reggae is a reggae song about a songwriter from Jamaica who finds out there is something to say about chasing after fame and fortune.
Miriam and Gilead is a medieval love song.
Pretty Sharon is another unrequited love song. Haunting melody and listen carefully to the words.
She Didn’t Say No is country comedy. Ought to be made into a music video, it would be a stitch.
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