David P. Murphy | My Fraudulent Memoirs

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My Fraudulent Memoirs

by David P. Murphy

Fourteen story songs regarding everything from love and childhood to pageant moms. Wry, witty and moving (and it grooves like mad)!
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. An Invisible Man
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2. North Omaha Airport 1964
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3. Watching the Little Planes Land
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4. The Chimp Behind the Wheel
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5. Violet Is the New Blue
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6. What Would Nietzsche Do?
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7. Bocci
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8. Intermission
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9. She Lives for the Stage
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10. Grampa Shows His Photo Album
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11. I'll Do It Soon
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12. That Didn't Go so Well
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13. Standing On Salinger's Lawn
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14. Something Gold Can Stay
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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David P. Murphy is a songwriter and producer of four CDs, "Shining in a Temporary Sun," Henry Perry's "Effortless," Camille Metoyer Moten's "A Simpler Christmas" and Beth Asbjornson's "Gratitude." His next solo album, "My Fraudulent Memoirs"is due to be released in December 2013.

Murphy is also the author of five books. He can be held accountable for "Ace Your Zombie Exam! The Official Ph.Z. Study Guide," "Zombies for Zombies -- The Play & Werk Buk," "The Doomsday Survival Handbook" and, of course, the one that started the whole mess, "Zombies for Zombies: Advice and Etiquette for the Living Dead." Last year he released his first book of short stories, "Rapturella and Other Apocalyptic Tales."

He has been playing piano since he was a kid and is still trying to get it right.

Mr. Murphy currently resides in his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska with his unusually large cat, Beany.

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