Will Wang

Will Wang

BandPopChildren's Music

Quiet, contemplative, introverted, solace-seeking idealist deeply hurt by the cringing faces of disillusionment and reality; my music is a reflection of what's inside, and at times, an exploration or experiment as to what I am or could be; snapshots of thoughts and feelings.

Other Info

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Lyrics

Overworked American

Written By: William S. Wang

Overworked American

Dear Overworked American:
Must you work on through the night again?

Haven't illness and suffering
Left you wondering:
How did my sickness begin?

While the moon glows quietly,
You wake up and you're wondering:
What more can I do?

Miles To Go

Written By: William S. Wang

When All the World is Full of Snow,
I never know just where to go.

I do not want to make a track,
Not even to the shed and back.

I only want to watch and wait,
While snow moths settle on the gate,

And swarming frost flakes fill the trees,
with billions of albino bees.

I only want myself to be
as silent as a winter tree,

To hear the swirling stillness grow,
When all the world is full of snow.

(N.M. Bodecker)

Whose woods these are I think I know.
His house is in the village though;
He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow.

My little horse must think it queer
To stop without a farmhouse near.

He gives his harness bells a shake
As if to ask, "Is there some mistake?"

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep.
And miles to go before I sleep.

(Robert Frost)

Freebirds

Written By: William S. Wang

Freebirds, baby,
Stop me when I'm passing by,

Going to Freebirds, baby,
Burritos that satisfy,

Big burritos,
Nachos, too,
Quesadillas,
And it's all for you,

You got foil figures,
And they play the blues,
With a freedom chick on a chopper, too,

Freebirds baby,
Stop me when I'm passing by,

Going to Freebirds baby,
Burritos that satisfy,

Big burritos,
Nachos, too,
Quesadillas,
And it's all for you,

Big, big, big, big . . .

Yeah,

Unwrap my Monster!

(tin foil clapping)