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1. First click on one of the "Sets" listed in the play list (above) to hear that Set.

2. To read the lyrics, click on the same "Set" below (also in blue).

 

CD Set 1:

I'd Say, "I Do." (3:28)
If You Fall In Love Again, I Hope It's With Me (3:35)
I'm Gonna Scramble Your Bones Tonight (3:00)
Silent Rage (4:05)

CD Set 2:

Capital "B" (4:25)
She's a Good Girl (6:50)
Like A Hole In My Head (3:52)

CD Set 3:

After the Disaster (5:12)
After All (4:55)
It's Just Lust (4:45)

CD Set 4:

Let's Work It Out (4:14)
I Wouldn't Miss A Moment Like This (4:06)
I Want You (6:14)

CD Set 5:

Move Over Rover (3:15)
I Don't Think They Like Me Anymore (3:40)
Life Is Paradise Without You (3:38)
Country In Your Soul (3:12)

CD Set 6:

Little White Crosses (3:40)
The Trouble With Me Is You (3:25)
Sing This Tune (2:30)
What Will They Say When I'm Gone? (3:47)

 

I'd Say, "I Do."   Top

 

 

Song length: 3:30
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A man and a woman are dressed up and out for the evening. They take a table at a restaurant. It's a romantic moment. Several images of their history form a visual collage over several seconds. Through the images, we learn they are married.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is meant to be requested by couples on their anniversary.

(Verse 1)
Well it's that time of year again my friend.
Do we celebrate or just pretend?
You're tempted to start brand new in search of passion you once knew.
But do you know that passion mellows so love can grow?

(Verse 2)
The rocky road of life has been rough.
You've earned the right to say, "Enough!"
But before you decide to end this bumpy ride.
There's one thing I'd like for you to know.

(Chorus)
Looking back through the years.
We've had our share of tears.
Some happy, some sad.
Some good, a lot of bad.
But when I weigh how much I love you
Against the things that you put me through.
If I could go back and do it again I'd say, "I do!"

(Bridge)
Well I'm the one to blame.
I cause most of the pain.
But honey just the same.
You made me crazy lady.
Now I'm crazy for you baby.
I hope that you agree
To celebrate with me.

(Chorus)
Looking back through the years.
We've had our share of tears.
Some happy, some sad.
Some good, a lot of bad.
But when I weigh how much I love you
Against the things that you put me through.
If I could go back and do it again I'd say, "I do!"

(Tag)
As long as it's with you I'd say, "I do."
If I could go back and do it again I'd say, "I do!"

 

If You Fall In Love Again, I Hope It's With Me   Top

Song length: 3:30
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Two couples are at a table in a dance club. The way they are sitting makes it obvious who is together. For this song, the couples switch partners.

Target Market/Audience:

This song will be requested by friends who wish to express their mutual admiration.

(Verse 1)
As the music plays slow
I feel your heart beat.
It seems that time has stopped for you and me.
Temptation tells us we should be together.
But reason says that it could never be.

(Lift)
Another place and time we could be lovers.
Though in this life we have to say goodbye. But

(Chorus)
We have this dance.
A whirlwind romance.
No time for only ifs, and wondering how things would be.
Words between us would be wrong.
So we'll speak through this song.
If you fall in love again, I hope it's with me.

(Bridge)
Nothing more should ever come between us.
There is nothing more that we should say.
We have no regrets, only admiration.
Feelings here and now, just for today.
Soon we'll drift away. But

(Chorus)
We have this dance.
A whirlwind romance.
No time for only ifs, and wondering how things would be.
Words between us would be wrong.
So we'll speak through this song.
If you fall in love again, I hope it's with me.

(Tag)
If you fall in love again, I hope it's with me.
If you fall in love again, I hope it's with me.

 

I'm Gonna Scramble Your Bones Tonight   Top

Song length: 3:10
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — The camera pans a busy dance hall. A man is trying to convince a woman to go home with him. She tells him she is tempted but believes people should have feelings for one another before they become physical. The music begins and he replys.

Target Market/Audience:

This is a country dance tune that could become a standard at country dance halls, since it will likely be regularly requested as one of the closing songs for obvious reasons.

(Verse 1)
It's closing time but before I go
There's one thing I'd like you to know.
I'm mesmerized by your eyes. You're so fine.
One sexy lady. A beautiful face.
Fully equipped and everything in place.
The only thing on my mind is to make you mine.

(Lift 1)
But the experts tell us no.
Without love we should go slow.
Honey my plan is better. I hope you agree.

(Chorus)
I'll love you in the morning.
We'll talk and I'll hold you tight.
But first things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.

(Verse 2)
If you're hurt I'm not the one to blame.
Your great great Aunt Eve started this game.
When she made poor Adam an offer he couldn't refuse.
Now these feelings come from the base of my brain.
And you're the one making me insane.
Me coming on to you shouldn't be big news.

(Lift 2)
Still the experts tell us no.
Without love we should go slow.
Honey my plan is better. I hope you agree.

(Chorus)
I'll love you in the morning.
We'll talk and I'll hold you tight.
But first things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.

(Bridge)
Before you give your answer
Think of what you'll miss.
Memories are born out of moments like this.
C'mon Honey give me a kiss
And come home with me.

(Chorus)
I'll love you in the morning
We'll talk and I'll hold you tight.
But first things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.

(Tag)
I'll scramble eggs in the morning
We'll talk and I'll hold you tight.
But first things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.

First things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.
First things first. I'm gonna scramble your bones tonight.

 

Silent Rage   Top

Song length: 4:27
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A mountain in the distance fills the screen. We hear the desolate sound of a cold breeze. The camera pulls back and we see a man standing on a nearby hill, sad and staring as if in deep thought. The music begins. The video follows the story as the song unfolds.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is an expression of what it's like to be a divorced father. It should gain the attention of men's groups and may be adapted as a song to help represent their cause.

(Verse 1)
In the distance stands a lone mountain.
It looks so empty, so hard, so cold.
But it has a heart; a boiling cauldron.
And though unseen, you know it could explode.

(Chorus)
Deep inside. Silent rage.
Could blow high. Silent rage.

(Verse 2)
A boy becomes a man, bright eyes open.
Proud and strong, he claims to stand alone.
A young woman decides he should surrender.
Then one day she asks him to leave their home.

(Chorus)
Wounded pride. Silent rage.
Deep inside. Silent rage.

(Verse 3)
The humbled man, toys in hand, comes early.
He sees a car he knows he doesn't know.
His children in the arms of a stranger.
The one who'll be the one to watch them grow.

(Chorus)
Who's this guy? Silent rage.
Deep inside. Silent rage.

(Bridge)
There is nothing you can do to prepare you for the pain.
It takes everything you've got to hold on and restrain.

(Chorus)
Wounded pride. Silent rage.
Deep inside. Silent rage.

(Chorus)
Who's this guy? Silent rage.
Could blow high. Silent rage.

 

Capital "B"   Top

Song length: 4:25
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Images of exceptionally attractive, well dressed, well groomed women with attitude. They shun the average man but they are accessible to men who qualify as dominant males.

Target Market/Audience:

A fine little five letter word with a Capital B = a beautiful female who may seem difficult, but she is merely seeking a dominant male and will settle for nothing less. It's nature at its purest.

(Verse 1)
There's one kind of woman I like to meet.
Misunderstood but just right for me.
She scares the boys away.
They don't know the rules of the game she plays.
But I know the key to victory.

(Chorus)
She's sexy. She's smart.
She's kind but she'll break your heart.
She'll walk all over you if you let her.
She's hard to handle and harder to hold.
But that's all right with me.
I like a fine little five-letter word with a capital "B."

(Bridge)
"Oh no!" That's what my friends tell me.
But ohoh! They don't know the ecstasy,
When she comes to me.

Instrumental

(Verse 2)
Nature's rules are neither right nor wrong.
Females test the males to see who's strong.
She'll try to break you down.
But just stand strong and hold your ground.
You can even up the score behind closed doors. Sweet victory.

(Chorus)
She's sexy. She's smart.
She's kind but she'll break your heart.
She'll walk all over you if you let her.
She's hard to handle and harder to hold.
But that's all right with me.
I like a fine little five-letter word with a capital "B."

(Tag)
A fine little five-letter word with a capital "B."
Oh baby, come to me.
You're a fine little five-letter word with a capital "B."

 

She's a Good Girl   Top

Song length: 6:50
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A woman is featured in situations that reflects the lyrics.

Target Market/Audience:

This song features a complimentary pro-female theme. Its slow groove and long dirty guitar solo makes this a likely song selection by dancers at exotic dance clubs.

Instrumental

(Verse 1)
Firm but tender,
Curves in all the right places.
A vision of beauty where
Normally the face is.
Perfect grooming
From her head to her toes.
And I'm not sure if she looks better
With or without clothes.

(Chorus)
But there's lots of fine women in this world.
I choose this one 'cause she's a good girl.

(Verse 2)
When she moves
It's poetry in motion.
She looks at you
You swear you drank a magic potion.
She understands men;
What to say and what to do.
She'll pick you up, clear your head,
Set you straight, and make you feel brand new.

(Chorus)
But there's lots of smart women in this world.
I choose this one 'cause she's a good girl.

Instrumental

(Verse 3)
She's always running late.
She spends too much money.
She ties my brain in knots and
She thinks it's funny.
I swear that sometimes she tries to make me mad.
She's way too independent.
And sometimes she messes up real bad.

(Chorus)
But she's my biggest fan in this world.
And without that, looks and brains are worth nothing.
That she's my biggest fan makes her a good girl.

Instrumental

She's a good girl.

Instrumental

Yeah, she's a good girl.

Instrumental

 

Like a Hole in my Head   Top

Song length: 3:52
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Some time ago, a woman breaks up with a man. He is hurt but recovers. Now she wants to get back together. He responds.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is for all the men in the world who have been dumped by a girlfriend. It's a song of satisfaction.

Instrumental

(Verse 1)
It's been quite sometime since you stole my heart from me.
At first you gave great care. Then you broke it carelessly.
You turned a man of stone to sand then you (whooh) blew the grains away.
Honey, you'd of hurt me less if you hurt me straight away.

(Chorus)
Like put a hole in my head, a knife in my back,
If you broke my legs, caused a heart attack.
If you pulled my teeth out one by one
they wouldn't hurt like missing you.

(Verse 2)
I picked up all the pieces and I got up from my knees.
Time has helped loosen the chains. I'm finally feeling free.
Now you say you're sorry; that you want to start brand new.
Well this time I'm gonna train with pain before I give my heart to you.

(Chorus)
I'll put a hole in my head, a knife in my back,
I'll break my legs and get a heart attack.
I'll pull my teeth out one by one just to ease the pain with you.

(Modulation)

(Bridge)
Well I just got finished getting over you.
Now you've changed the rules. What's going down? My head is spinning round and round and round and round (fade).

Instrumental

(Verse 3)
Well, ever since you left me, I've been dreaming of this day.
Hoping every moment would work out just this way.
Now you're standing here in front of me, asking me to be with you.
Well, it's become very clear to me, honey I know I need you

(Chorus)
Like I need a hole in my head, a knife in my back,
broken legs or a heart attack.
I'd rather pull my teeth out one by one than give my heart to you.

(Tag)
I'll pull my teeth out one by one before I give my heart to you.

Instrumental

 

After the Disaster (dedicated to the victims of 9/11)   Top

Song length: 5:12
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A series of still photos and short videos have been assembled. They tell the story of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

Target Market/Audience:

This is a song of remembrance. It is a dedication to those citizens we lost in the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers and Pentagon.

(Verse 1)
Sunshine upon your face.
Busy life. Everything in place.
You run, but your feet aren't on the ground.
You think you're in control.
Then your world comes crashing down.

(Chorus)
After the disaster
We fall to our knees. Say, "No God, please!"
After the disaster
We pick through the pieces while on our knees.

(Verse 2)
Oh, so much is gone.
I know, it's hard to hold on.
Tears haven't washed the pain away.
Every thing you do reminds you of that day.

(Chorus)
After the disaster
We fall to our knees. Say, "No God, please!"
After the disaster
We pick through the pieces while on our knees.

Instrumental

(Bridge)
Though our hearts are broken
We must carry on.
'Cause though we all return to dust
They will live on.
If we get up, go on, they'll live on through us.

(Chorus)
After the disaster
We fall to our knees. Say, "No God, please!"
But after the morning after
We've got to go on while we grieve.

(Chorus)
After the disaster
We fall to our knees. Say, "No God, please!"
But after the morning after
They live on in memories.

Instrumental

 

After All   Top

Song length: 4:55
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A man is shown to love his life and current partner. He sees a picture of a previous love and reflects in song.

Target Market/Audience:

No other song enables listeners to reflect and apologize to those they wronged in previous relationships that have gone bad.

Instrumental (Sax)

(Verse 1)
Life is sweet. Times are good.
Things are going the way they should.
It's a far cry from those crazy days we put each other through.
Dedicated to the one I love now.
I thank God for being here some how.
Still, out of the blue sometimes I think about you.

(Lift)
It's not a wanting thing.
But the comfort closure brings.

(Chorus)
After all the shattered dreams, the tears.
Hurtful words ringing in our ears
Promises broken. Lost years. Our burn and fall.
Though we moved on with our lives.
The guilt lingers deep inside.
Forgive me. I forgive you. After all.

(Bridge)
After all the things I didn't say.
After all I didn't do.
After all I did not know.
I apologize to you.

Instrumental (Sax)

(Verse 2)
The days were long. The nights sad.
Everything good we had turned bad.
But now we're far away from the way things used to be.
I hope this time you find true love.
And he's the one you think mostly of.
Still like a lone breeze, sometimes you'll think about me.

(Lift)
It's not a wanting thing.
But the comfort closure brings.

(Chorus)
After all the shattered dreams, the tears.
Hurtful words ringing in our ears
Promises broken. Lost years. Our burn and fall.
Though we moved on with our lives.
The guilt lingers deep inside.
Forgive me. I forgive you. After all.

(Tag)
Please forgive me. I forgive you. After all. After all.
Forgive me. I forgive you. After all.

Instrumental (Sax)

 

It's Just Lust   Top

Song length: 4:45
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A man is shown to love his life and current partner. He sees a picture of a previous love and reflects in song.

Target Market/Audience:

No other song enables listeners to reflect and apologize to those they wronged in previous relationships that have gone bad.

(Verse 1)
Well I must look foolish with my mouth wide open,
My bugged eyes drooling over you.
You got to understand I’m just a regular man
Doing what us normal guys do.

(Chorus)
So sexy, so very, very sexy.
Can’t help but think about us. (Ooooh yeah.)
So sexy, so dog gone sexy.
I catch myself and say, “What’s the fuss?
It’s just lust?”

(Verse 2)
Well there ought to be a law against letting girls run around
When they look as good as you do.
You make it so hard to hold on.
If this keeps up I swear I’m gonna turn blue.

(Chorus)
So sexy, so very, very sexy.
Can’t help but think about us. (Ooooh yeah.)
So sexy, so dog gone sexy.
I catch myself and say, “What’s the fuss?
It’s just lust?”
It’s just lust.

Instrumental

(Verse 3)
It just has occurred to me maybe I’m making way more of this
Than I ought to be.
What’s wrong with us getting together if you want me
And we’re both free.

(Chorus)
So sexy, so very, very sexy.
Can’t help but think about us. (Ooooh yeah.)
So sexy, so dog gone sexy.
Come on honey don’t make a fuss.
It’s just lust.

(Tag)
Come on darling don’t make a fuss.
It’s just lust.
Come on honey. Don’t make a fuss. It’s just lust.

 

Let's Work It Out   Top

Song length: 4:14
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Too many people become discouraged with their relationship because of how they feel. It turns out that, just like everything else in life, love follows a cycle. Sometimes, due to nobody's fault, the love seems to go away. But, as the singer says, "the love's not gone. It's just 'low tide.' If we hold on, and don't hurt each other, high time will bring back the waves of love.

Target Market/Audience:

As the founder and developer of Humanology, we have discovered how love works. Though simplified, the basis for what to do about our discoveries is contained in this song.

(Narration)
This song is for everyone in a relationship.
Sometimes it feels the love is gone.
We get frustrated, and blame each other.
But I'm here to tell you love is like the ocean.
And half the time, it's low tide.

(Verse 1)
I wake up in the morning, the sun shining bright.
I look out the window, not a cloud in sight.
Then I look into your eyes.
All I see are stormy skies.

(Verse 2)
I remember how you used to look at me.
Eyes glowing enthusiastically.
But disappointment takes its toll.
First the heart and then the soul.

(Lift)
I remember all the good things that we had.
You fill my life with wonder.
I'm sorry for the things that I did and didn't do.
Honey, I want to be with you.

(Chorus)
My pride is in my pocket. My heart on my sleeve.
My eyes are open and they're good enough to see.
My life is empty without you with me.
Honey, I have no doubt. You're one thing I can't live without.
Let's show what love's about and work it out.

(Bridge)
Come on honey, you were meant to be with me.

(Chorus)
My pride is in my pocket. My heart on my sleeve.
My eyes are open and they're good enough to see.
My life is empty without you with me.
Honey, I have no doubt. You're one thing I can't live without.
Let's show what love's about and work it out.

(Tag)
Let's show what love's about.
Let's show what love is all about.
Let's work it out.

(Narration)
So remember, the love's not gone.
It's just low tide.
If you hold on, and don't hurt each other too much,
Nature will take its course. And before you know it,
High tide will bring back the waves of love.
You can work it out.

 

I Wouldn't Miss A Moment Like This   Top

Song length: 4:06
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Man sings about his feelings at the moment. Every day he and his significant other are typically exhausted from the day-to-day grind. They usually look forward to an evening together as a remedy for their woes, but even that is typically out of reach due to being tired. However, at the moment, things are fantastic and the singer reflects that these are the moments why he and his significant other put up with all the work and disappointment.

Target Market/Audience:

This song can be used in commercials and as a promotion of sports events as an intro piece.

(Verse 1)
Like a shot the alarm goes off.
The race is underway.
Suited up. Start 'em up. Weaving in and out to win
the purse – another pressured-filled day.
I race back home to hold you.
But just before I do.
I see in your eyes, it's been a longer day for you.

(Lift 1)
The pile of bills getting taller.
The bank account getting smaller.
My honey-do list is longer than it's ever been.
We look forward to making things all right,
But we're too tired to turn off the light.
We both roll over to do it all over again.

(Chorus 1)
Then there're moments like this.
I keep going on 'cause they exist.
You bring me from the depths to heavenly bliss.
I cannot resist.
When the stars are right honey oh the happiness.
Like a first kiss, I wouldn't miss a moment like this.
Like a first kiss, I wouldn't miss a moment like this.

Instrumental

(Verse 2)
I recall running 'round this town, chasing girls away.
Selling tickets to see which one's I'd be with on a given day.
Cash in my pocket, time with my friends and a party every night.
Now me and the dog sing harmony in the moonlight.

(Lift 2)
The pile of bills getting taller.
The bank account getting smaller.
My honey-do list is longer than it's ever been.
We look forward to making things all right,
But we're too tired to turn off the light.
We both roll over to do it all over again.

(Chorus 2)
Then there're moments like this.
I keep going on 'cause they exist.
You bring me from the depths to heavenly bliss.
I cannot resist.
When the stars are right honey oh the happiness.
Like a first kiss, I wouldn't miss a moment like this.

(Tag)
Like a first kiss, I wouldn't miss a moment like this.
Oh baby. Oh yeah.
Like a first kiss, I wouldn't miss a moment like this.

 

I Want You   Top

Song length: 6:14
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2015, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Couples are sitting around a bonfire. It's blazing with embers in the air. A man sees a woman sitting with her friends on the other side and gets her attention. She makes her way to him but is stopped by an admirer. The man gets up and rescues her from him. They ride off on his motorcycle back to his place in the woods. We see what she imagines what will happen, then his thoughts, then reality as they arrive and then kiss at the door. We see them frolicking in front of the fireplace, drinking wine. As the camera pulls away, we see a photo on an end table of them from their wedding. It was a date night where she went out first with her friends with the intention of her husband picking her up.

Target Market/Audience:

Anyone who likes romantic gestures, competition among prospective mates, and a happy ending with a surprise.

(Verse 1)
Gathered round the bonfire, embers in the air.
The boys are sizing up the girls from their easy chair.
The girls know that the boys are watching everything they do.
They're competing in their way. They know who is who.

(Lift 1)
One girl stands out all alone. She knows she's the prize.
She moves as if she's dancing. She can feel their hungry eyes.

(Chorus 1)
They want you.
They want you.

(Verse 2)
I catch her eye. She hesitates. We play tag through the flames.
I point at her to make it clear I mean to stake a claim.
She accepts with half a smile. She turns to tell her friends.
They look over then go over how the night might end.

(Lift 2)
She carefully makes her way around the open fire.
With every well-placed step she knows she's stoking our desire.

(Chorus 2)
We want you.
We want you.

(Verse 3)
The blazing flames are flickering, reflecting off her skin.
Her shorts are tight. They fit just right. Her top is see-through thin.
She's stepping up and over and around limbs gracefully.
All the boys are mesmerized. She is their fantasy.

(Lift 3)
An alpha dog puts out his paw and pulls her to his knee.
He holds her firm. She resists. Still she can't get free.

(Chorus 3)
He wants you.
He wants you.

(Verse 4)
As she fends away his groping hands she looks my way.
I get up with measured pace to minimize the fray.

(Lift 4)
Using one hand I reach out and take her off his knee.
With my other hand out I say, "She belongs with me."

(Chorus 4)
I want you.
I want you.

I want you.
I want you.

I want you.
You better make it nice or I'll give you back.
I want you.
I mean, real nice.

I want you.
I want you.
Let's go.

Instrumental

 

Move Over Rover   Top

Song length: 3:15
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Man is standing outside of his back door to his home. He is looking at a pile of his belongings. There is a dog house attached to his home wherein the family dog can go in and out of the home at his leisure and also acts as a pen if the family is away for some time. The man is holding a note in his hand while looking around in dismay. The song begins.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is meant to be funny yet it depicts an unhappy event. The man was caught spending time inappropriately with another woman.

Instrumental

(Verse 1)
My woman caught me just the other day.
My mouth wide open. Not a thing to say.
I searched desperately for an alibi.
When she said, “Stop dear. Let me try.” She said
“I know, you’re not feeling well
and this here’s your nurse.
We’ll after I take your temperature
with this broom you’re gonna feel much worse.”

(Chorus)
It looks like I’m in the doghouse now.
I got shown the door today.
Now I’m stuck out in the cold
and I’m in need of a place to stay.

(Verse 2)
She smiled and said let’s split things fair,
Then sawed my guitar in half and took her share.
My keys don’t fit the locks anymore.
She gave me a note as I made the door. It says,
“So long daddy. We’ll miss you. We hope you’ll be all right.
We asked Rover to make room for you. We heard its gonna freeze tonight.”

(Chorus)
Well, it looks like I’m in the doghouse now.
I got shown the door today.
Now I’m stuck out in the cold
and I’m in need of a place to stay.

(Tag)
I’m stuck out here in the cold and my nose is turning blue.
So move over Rover and let me stay with you.
Com’on Rover. Give me a break.
Mover over Rover and let me stay with you.
Dag nab it! I built that house.
Move over Rover. I’m movin’ in with you.

Instrumental

 

Maybe I'm Crazy   Top

Song length: 3:40
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — The singer is recounting recent times after he tried to "end it all" from jumping from a tree. Everyone seems to be against him. He learns a lesson.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is meant to be humorous, but contains an important message. As we go through life, there are times when everything seems to be going our way. Then there are times when we feel that everything and everyone is against us. We question the quality of our romantic relationship, our friends, job, and so on. The message is that those times will pass and we should not "jump" to any conclusions, making radical changes in our life. Emotions come and go. It is best to make decisions after emotions subside.

(Verse 1)
Lonely and broken. I jumped from a tree.
My dog ran right over. ‘Started (coo-co) on me.
The neighbors were crying, they were laughing so hard.
Grandma kept screaming “He dented the yard.”
And my woman said, “I think he’s dead.
Let’s roll him down the hill.”
My dad said “No, we’ve got to fill that hole.
Let’s bury him right here.”

(Chorus)
Maybe I’m crazy. (Maybe I’m crazy.)
But I feel like they don’t like me anymore.

(Verse 2)
I crawled out that evening. I limped into town.
The Boy Scouts and Brownies kept knocking me down.
I went to the sheriff. He was waiting for me.
While promising justice, he threw ‘way the key.
And the preacher man said, “This man’s a dread.
Sheriff, let’s hang him high.”
My lawyer said, “No, we’ve got to let him go,
unless we make up a reason why.”

(Chorus)
Maybe I’m crazy. (Maybe I’m crazy.)
But I feel like they don’t like me anymore.

(Bridge)
There are times when it seems everyone’s a friend.
And the big bad world feels just like one big happy home.
Then there’re days that make you rethink things again.
You feel so lost and all alone — so alone.

(Verse 3)
The trial came quickly. I ran out of hope.
The judge and the plaintiffs sipped rum and coke.
The jury waived recess. Mom spoke loud and clear.
A verdict of “Guilty!” turned into three cheers.
As the people are dancing in the aisleways,
it just has occurred to me,
Things won’t get any better if
I jump from a hundred trees.

(Chorus)
Maybe I’m crazy. (Maybe I’m crazy.)
But I feel like they don’t like me anymore.

(Tag)
Maybe I’m crazy. (Maybe I’m crazy.)
But feelings change just like a swinging door.
I’ll hold on, till they change back like before.
I know that you have felt this way before.

 

Life Is Paradise Without You   Top

Song length: 3:38
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Song depicts funny moments wherein the man singing is contrasting life with and without his significant lover.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is love song. Women enjoy being wanted despite complicating life and being problematic and even a bit difficult.

(Verse 1)
The garden fresh and green is ripe with plenty
Though I did not break ground or plant a seed.
The grass grows green and bushy without water.
Flowers bloom where you once watered weeds.
I got a raise again without asking.
My car this year has still not broken down.

(Chorus)
Life is paradise without you.
Since you’ve been gone my luck has turned around.

(Verse 2)
My dentist said again “There’ll be no drilling.”
My doctor said “Your ulcer’s doing fine.”
The landlord said “Free rent for my neighbor.”
The girls are says “Yes!” to every line.
Things don’t get misplaced anymore now.
Our house was voted most quiet in town.

(Chorus)
Life is paradise without you.
Since you’ve been gone my luck has turned around.

(Verse 3)
My tax refund came with a thank you letter.
I spent two weeks vacation without rain.
My hair is growing back from where I pulled it.
My fingernails are showing once again.
Everything I eat is moist and tender.
I eat all day and never gain a pound.

(Chorus)
Life is paradise without you.
Since you’ve been gone my luck has turned around.

(Verse 4)
If you are wondering why I wrote this song dear.
Especially with things going my way.
Well getting all the breaks is not a bargain.
When life without you is the price to pay.
Like Adam did I feel I live in Eden,
Where good fortune and harmony abound.

(Chorus)
Life is paradise without you.
But it's no fun that you are not around.

(Tag)
Yes, life is paradise without you.
But just like Adam chose to do.
I’d gladly give up paradise for you.
I’d gladly give up paradise for you.

 

Country In Your Soul   Top

Song length: 3:12
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — This is an appeal to country music fans to petition their local radio station to play more country music.

Target Market/Audience:

This is for country music fans. It's a fun way for them to say they want to hear more country music. It was meant to be a breakout song for a country band to be played at fairs and outside events where people are sitting and paying attention to the original songs being played by original bands.

(Verse 1)
Living in a big gray city, hooked on luxury.
Searching for a DJ that plays music right for me.
Well, just because I’m city born and raised on rock n’ roll
doesn’t mean I’m not feeling country in my soul.

(Verse 2)
The record jockeys in this town are playing heavy steel.
They think that’s the only sound people want to hear.
Well, I’m not the world’s smartest man but there’s one thing I know.
You don’t have to be a country boy to have country in your soul.

(Chorus)
You don’t have to be a country boy to like country music songs.
You don’t have to move into the hills for you to hum along.
Come on, people call the local station on your radio and say,
“You don’t have to be a country boy to have country in your soul.”

(Verse 3)
We've come such a long way from singing hokey songs.
Eighteen wheelers, trains and doing time are themes long gone.
But you ain't seen nothing yet. We're growing leaps and bounds.
Reaching wide while holding strong onto the Nashville sound.

(Bridge)
(Two bar instrumental after modulating up two half steps.)

(Verse 4)
The skyline of the city is our mountain range.
Dogs and cats and parakeets are city wild game.
The train whistle don’t blow sad, and the creek don’t rise.
But if you look you can see the country in our eyes.

(Chorus)
You don’t have to be a country boy to like country music songs.
You don’t have to move into the hills for you to hum along.
Come on, people call the local station on your radio and say,
“You don’t have to be a country boy to have country in your soul.”

(Tag)
You don’t have to be a country boy.
You don’t have to be a country girl.
You don’t have to be a country boy to have country in your soul.

 

Little White Crosses   Top

Song length: 3:40
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Scene opens with a small group of people tossing flowers into an open grave. Man removes a wreath with cross and walks to his pickup truck and drives away. It begins to rain. The song begins as he travels down the road with the windshield wipers on. We learn that he is looking for the spot along the road where he lost a loved one. He intends to put the wreath and cross there as a memorial.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is a tribute to every person who has lost of family member or friend in an automobile accident.

(Verse 1)
Through the raindrops on my windshield
I stare at the road ahead.
Not thinking where I'm going
I'm thinking of you instead.
I think about your warm smile
and the depth of your loving eyes.
A bump in the road brings me back.
I begin to cry.

(Lift)
Looking for answers
No one seems to know.
I want to escape
But there's nowhere to go.

(Chorus)
Little white crosses placed on the side of the road for all to see.
This little white cross is for you and me.

(Verse 2)
Through the teardrops welling in my eyes
I search for the place ahead.
That lonely place where I lost you.
You should be here instead.
I long for the touch of your calming hand
I remember and begin to cry.
You're not here.
Please someone tell me why.

(Lift)
Searching for answers
No one seems to know.
I want to escape
But there's nowhere to go.

(Chorus)
Little white crosses placed on the side of the road for all to see.
This little white cross is for you and me.

(Bridge)
Life's like a room with an open door.
I should have showed my love for you so much more.

(Chorus)
Little white crosses placed on the side of the road for all to see.
This little white cross is for you and me.

(Tag)
This little white cross is just for you and me.
Little white crosses for you and me.

 

The Trouble With Me Is You   Top

Song length: 3:25
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — Man is disheveled. He is sitting in his armchair in front of the TV. The song tells the story that a breakup is the reason for the man being unhappy and ineffective.

Target Market/Audience:

This song appeals to everyone who has suffered the breakup of a meaningful relationship.

(Verse 1)
Fully dressed and wrinkled in my arm chair.
I’m drinking whiskey, watching late TV
My head pounds out the rhythm to a sad song.
My heart jumps in with hurting harmony.

(Lift)
I’m dirty, lazy, burnt out, and half crazy.
I’m not half the man I once knew.
Still I feel a little better knowing
the trouble with me is you.

(Chorus)
The trouble with me is you.
Sure, I know I’m not the man you and I once knew.
But you are the reason why I act the way I do.
I can blame it all on me. But it won’t change the truth.
The trouble with me is you.

(Verse 2)
Feeling single, drinking double whiskey.
For a little while, I don’t hurt inside.
But soon my heart begins to sing that sad song.
I pour another drink, and I don’t have to cry.

(Lift)
I recall the feelings that I once had.
such joy in everyday I never knew.
But breaking up has broken me in pieces.
The trouble with me is you.

(Chorus)
The trouble with me is you.
Sure I know I’m not the man you and I once knew.
But you are the reason why I act the way I do.
I can blame it all on me. But it won’t change the truth.
The trouble with me is you.

(Bridge)
It’s not hard to see my friend, I’m still in love with you.
Breaking up is something that you felt we should do.
And though you say you’re feeling fine, I’m still bleeding blue.
The trouble with me is you.

(Bridge)
Don’t misunderstand my friend it’s not too hard to see
you’re not doing half as well as when you were with me.
And though you say you’re doing fine, you’re single but not free.
The trouble with you is me.

(Tag)
The trouble with me is you.

 

Sing This Tune   Top

Song length: 2:30
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — The singer is talking to someone who is feeling discouraged. The message is that things are going to get better.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is a great pick-me-up for anyone, and just right for rainy day.

(Verse 1)
I know that you're feeling low.
I know that you want to go
back to bed and slip the day.
But there's a better way.

(Verse 2)
When everything you do is wrong,
when the odds at best are long,
you can go back to bed
or sing this song instead.

(Chorus)
I know it's raining
and darker skies seem on the way.
But sing this tune
and you will turn the gloom into a bright sunny day.

(Verse 3)
Though you're down and feeling low.
There is someone that you know
Who would gladly trade with you
for what they're going through.

(Verse 4)
Things will get much worse one day.
So why fret good days away?
Change the pictures that you see
and set yourself free.

(Chorus)
I know it's raining
and darker skies seem on the way.
But sing this tune
and you will turn the gloom into a bright sunny day.

(Bridge)
Put all the bad and the sad in the past
and the weather will break at last.

(Chorus)
It's raining
and darker skies seem on the way.
But sing this tune
and you will turn the gloom into a bright sunny day.

(Tag)
Sing this tune
and you will turn the gloom into a bright sunny day.
Just sing this tune
and you will turn the gloom into a bright sunny day.

 

What Will They Say When I'm Gone   Top

Song length: 3:47
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — The singer is faced with the reality that he is an asset or liability to society. He wonders what people will say about him after he passes on.

Target Market/Audience:

This song, in addition to its social message, has spiritual implications.

(Verse 1)
People singing. Church bells ringing.
It's another sad day afternoon.
Dressed in black. Standing in the back.
My friends are dying way too soon.

(Lift)
I have never been reflective
But something has come over me.
I'm not one to think about the future.
But one question just won't let me be.

(Chorus)
What will they say when I'm gone?
Sure they'll sing, but what song?
Is the world a better place with me here or with me moving on?
What will they say when I'm gone?

Instrumental

(Verse 2)
Like graduation, touched by revelation,
I'll never be again like I used to be.
I move a little closer to tell my friend goodbye.
I can't believe. It's me.

(Lift)
Now I know why now I see so clearly.
But it's too late to change my ways.
It's never too late until it's over.
So ask yourself this question everyday.

(Chorus)
What will they say when I'm gone?
Sure they'll sing, but what song?
Is the world a better place with me here or with me moving on?
What will they say when I'm gone?

(Tag)
What will they say when you're gone?














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