Hawk Younger is original, unique, refreshing and exciting. But don't try to identify him. It's a mystery he must remain. It's a freedom kind of thing. It's who he is on the wing. And, to you we can now bring, as all his friends call him, Thunder Hawk. Comparing Hawk to any other artist, it would have to be...a mixture of Eddie Cochran, Neil Diamond, Bob Seger and Buddy Holly. Hawk will probably remind you of all of them...All rolled into one. If your preference is AC/DC, Heavy Rock, Queen, Acid Rock or Wayne Newton...then Hawk is not for you. PS: Don't let the mask concern you. Hawk is definitely one of the Good Guys who also happens to sing a great song. And I promise Hawk Younger will touch your heart. He is an absolute breath of fresh air. So enjoy and thanks for listening! 'Rockin' This Country' - Takes you back to the feel good oldies of the '50s, 60s & 70s. For instance, the catchy Bo Diddly beat or Carl Perkins groove. 'Radio Lady' - Is for all the girls who like to wake up to radio music each morning and may secretly have a crush on their favorite music man. 'In Your Dreams' - Lovely, smooth ballad about loving someone and hoping to find a way to bring them back after their break up. 'I Must Be Losing Your Touch' - Refers to the pain of realizing that someone may not care as much for you anymore as you still do for them. 'Songbird' - About a guy who loves a girl singer who mostly travels and is gone from home a lot. But they still love and enjoy each other when they can. 'What It Would Feel Like With You' - Something we've all experienced at least one time or another. Admiring some beautiful person we can't have or, perhaps, are not meant to have. 'Songtown' - Is someplace you've been before or someplace you would love to be again with someone who is special. Songtown is a utopia. 'Ode To Country Music' - About how country music today is beginning to sound like the Rock, Blues and Pop music of yesterday. What do you think? ODE TO COUNTRY MUSIC Today some writers only write ear candy for your brain They've sacrificed the heart and soul for mere financial gain Sure and slow she weakens until she is almost gone They play some kind of music but don't call 'em country songs Perhaps you've heard the rumors country music's on her way to the grave Deserted even by radio, they say that she's just too far gone to save It's rappin' here and rockin' there - this country ain't the same Oh you can call it country but country ain't it's name Last night I dreamed I heard real country music radio I don' t know how it happened and I don' t recall who's show They let it play, I heard 'em say, let's hope this starts a trend Last night I dreamed I heard real country music once again (Modulate) To my ears it came so sweet and clear - fiddles and steel guitars And the singers sang like they were more than fabricated stars Someone recalled that they heard country music once before But the way it is today, you can't tell if it's country anymore Many singers say they' re country but they' re really only hybrids newest strain They're killing country music folks, you know to me that's just an awful shame They've blended, mixed, diluted, cloned and undone everything So ask yourself just how much country music now remains (Modulate) I hope and pray the day soon comes, God knows how long it's been When airwaves play 'ol Buck, Price, Merle and George again Loretta, Tammy, Connie, Patsy - thrilled us all before Now they don't play our kind of country music anymore Funerals are in fashion now today for the finer country song The thought of it just hurts me so, sometimes I feel I barely can go on But if my voice be silenced and country music becomes a ghost I want you to know it's you the fans that I will miss the most Tag: We' re gone from all the dance floors and now maybe radio We may be on the Internet but this ain't our final show Copyright 2005 All Rights Reserved. Writers: Buddy Mize & Buddy Wayne Country Song Factory Music BMI/Wayne L. Stokes Music BMI PO Box 120462 Nashville TN 37212.