Robert Lasky-Davison
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Robert Lasky-Davison

Templestowe Lower, Victoria, Australia | SELF

Templestowe Lower, Victoria, Australia | SELF
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I'm Tired
Viggo Johnson

Many others with just the lyrics.



Robert Lasky-Davison
"I’m Tired" song release, 2007.
"I’m Tired" is the first song released from Australian-born singer/songwriter Robert Lasky-Davison, and with its readily identifiable theme is already leaving its mark on the memory of everyone who hears it. Composed in the country genre its melody and rhythm will hook you in and have you singing it whenever you hear the words “I’m tired” pouring out of someone’s mouth. Having never written a country song prior to this one, Robert believes he was inspired to do so as a result of seeing the life story of the great “Johnny Cash”, in the movie “Walk the Line”, only a week before.
This song was composed on the return trip to Melbourne from Bendigo. After a long day’s work Robert was looking for a place to pull over by the side of the road and rest for a while. Not able to find such a place, Robert started to sing to himself. The result was the song titled “I’m Tired”. Robert’s inspiration for writing songs often comes when he is most tired himself. He believes that when his brain slows down and relaxes, that this is when his creativity takes over. Hearing both the melody and the words simultaneously means Robert must keep his digital recorder handy. Having some paper and a pen close by is also useful.

"Viggo Johnson" song release, 2007.
"Viggo Johnson" has a more up beat tempo than “I’m Tired” and to Robert’s mind is almost the complete opposite. The main theme running through this song is that of a man looking for a woman to settle down with. Only, he doesn’t find this an easy thing to do. It takes a woman who is every bit his match to confront him in order for this to occur. Robert is constantly surprised to find that this song gets people up and dancing and wanting to play it again and again and again.
Robert’s song writing style has been described as being somewhat quirky, unusual and alternative. Always writing from personal inspiration and original thought means you never know what is going to be created. Robert’s greatest joy in composing songs is to express his feelings in the form of music and to share these with others.
Robert hopes you enjoy these songs too.