LA-based Singer-Songwriter Michael Kaiser Releases New Song “30 Rings”

Written by on 2nd July 2019

LA-based Singer-Songwriter Michael Kaiser Releases New Song “30 Rings”

 

LA-based singer-songwriter Michael Kaiser has just released a new single titled “30 Rings.”

Stream “30 Rings” here: https://smarturl.it/30Rings

About Michael Kaiser:

Hailing from Los Angeles by way of South Florida, Michael Kaiser is a singer-songwriter known for his somber and soulful musical delivery. Taking influence from artists old and new, Michael’s melodies settle somewhere between Damien Rice and Leif Vollebekk often reading like poems. Settling in to Los Angeles just a short time ago, Michael has landed performances onto some of the city’s most coveted stages including multiple stints at The Hotel Cafe, Desert Nights, Pappy and Harriets, and now will make his debut appearance at the Satellite on June 27th. His newest single, “30 Rings” is set for release on all digital outlets on June 28th.

Lyrics:

There’s no penny on the sidewalk
I ain’t searching for my good luck
No scraps in my trash
Or plate on my table I ain’t licked up
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So come, cut me down
Count 30 rings to my name
For every one I am to blame
Come cut me down
Count 30 rings to my name
On each one I stand again
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Bought a power-ball ticket with some spare change
Puts the good chemicals in my brain
Cashier how ‘bout a prayer to your god
Think mines been sleeping on the job
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Come cut me down
Count 30 rings to my name
For every one I am to blame
You come cut me down
Count 30 rings to my name
On each one I stand again
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Though i’m scared to admit it
My eyes have dried
But on my life i won’t forget it
The song the ambulance cried
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Come cut me down
Count 30 rings to my name
Yeah you come come me down
Count 30 rings

“30 Rings, was written in the wake of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, FL – miles away from my hometown. I didn’t exactly know how to confront the feelings of it all, and the feeling that life seemed to go on as usual, here in Los Angeles. The song is a reflection, a somber feeling after those events; also a wanting to own my own mistakes and grow from them, and ultimately a realization that while life goes on, we never really forget the moments (or tragedies) that shape who we are.”- Michael Kaiser


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