I've written a movie in the form of a song, a play in the form of a song, here's a CARTOON in the form of a song . . .

I039ve written a movie in the form of a song a play in the form of a song here039s a CARTOON in the form of a song

One day while walking to a recording session on West 20th Street, I passed by 3 businesses and thought, "What if . . ." and the song just tumbled out.

"Life Happens Fast On West 20th Street"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMV1CSRBLo8

https://www.facebook.com/christine.lavin.5/videos/10222371278418038

And there's more! When the song was over my brain worked overtime, so here's what happened to everyone after the song stopped:

https://christinelavin.com/news/

I really am a customer of Mike's Tech Shop -- if you are in need of a good Mac shop, these guys are aces. Steve Doyle, who plays bass on this song is also a good customer and told me about them. Here's the credits on the song. I play guitar and vocal and the rest are:

Brian Bauers: harmony vocals, keyboard, producer

Ashley Madison Bauers: harmony vocals

Steve Doyle: bass

Daniel Glass: percussion

Phil Klum: mastering

BTW, there's one line in the song I should attribute to Ring Lardner: the line about giving her a look you could pour on a pancake. That's from his book, "You Know Me, Al" -- love me some Ring Lardner.

Enjoy!

Chris