I Made a Friend Today

Colin Pearson came through big with this one. If one red paperclip was a comfy pair of jeans with a hole in the knee, then Mr. Pearson just patched it together with his tune "I Made A Friend Today."

Click below to play......


Or Better yet, swing by Colin's Myspace or his website.

one red paperclip now has an anthem.

Thanks Colin! - Kyle

11 comments:

Steve Ely said...

That's a GREAT song. Really great. I especially like how he cleverly tweaks the chorus each time--"my butler for your maid," "my jam for your marmalade"--and ends up with the rhyme that brilliantly captures in five words the effect of, essentially, turning your tremendous enthusiasm, ingenuity, and cheerfulness into a house: "my sunshine for your shade." Perfect.

You should put a link for "anthem" up at the top with "about," "merch," "press," and such. Or somewhere.

Syndelin said...

Awesome song!

His website and blog is pretty great too. Thanks for posting it!

Judy said...

Since we have followed your trades back at the door knob all the way to the house, we really enjoyed the song. My kids want to know how to download it into their iPods. I checked iTunes, ya never know, was hoping it was on there. It wasn't.

music of italy said...

The lyrics are actually very interesting!
I like your voice, it calms me down.. especially because it is accompanied with a guitar, I love the sound of guitars.

Colin said...

thanks a lot for the positive feedback!

its an honor to be a part of kyle's amazing escapade.

in a way, kyle wrote the song, and i just made it rhyme.

here's to more good times!

Colin

Gill Bailey said...

I really enjoyed the song. Thanks for taking the time to post it. What a story, what a song.

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Anonymous said...

Interesting blog, you went from a red paperclip to a house, that's awesome.

tipstrick said...

Nice song... really nice song

Anonymous said...

Since we have followed your trades back at the door knob all the way to the house, we really enjoyed the song. My kids want to know how to download it into their iPods. I checked iTunes, ya never know, was hoping it was on there. It wasn't.
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annie said...

awesome song. how did i miss this? i've been to the site a few times lately, must have been asleep at the wheel