When I was a newlywed, my husband and I lived in a ramshackle cottage in an industrial neighborhood. It was right next door to a boat dealership and in the general vicinity of a large steel manufacturing plant. There was a fresh layer of soot on the counter tops daily. The kitchen sink didn’t work, so we did our dishes in the bathtub. We put new tile in the bathroom, but we failed to remove the old tile first and therefore, the bathroom door wouldn’t shut. My husband did what any reasonable man would do in that situation – he took the door off. In short, it was a dismal place to live, but we were young and we loved each other and eventually we got out of that hell hole and life went on. And oh yeah, I wrote a song about it called “All the Pennies.” Last week, my guitarist and I performed it
live in his studio in L.A. and here it is on your computer screen today. (Directed by Chris Duce).
P.S. You can buy this song HERE.