Well, we all can use personal experiences to draw from when working on songs but which is the one where you truly got something personal to say? Mine is a ballad called "Your daddy's eyes" which actually isn't about me but rather about a good friend who thanks to a very bitter break up has been deprived of getting to know his daughter. Shared custody was arranged but his ex-girlfriend heeds to no rules or regulations. I've met his daughter, I've seen how much she resembles him and the last I heard from my buddy about the mother is that she's now claiming that her daughter is an "accident." I used to date that woman before I decided that it wasn't going to work out. That decision has proved to be good one, it could have been me in that position. In the lyrics I describe what a dad would do: take his kid to a park, buy her pretty dresses, take her to school, tell her a story before putting her to bed. Everything her mother denies them from doing together. I don't have children myself yet but I've seen how friends of mine who do act like dads and I've seen how the subject of this song is being emotionally destroyed by all of it. I'm currently in the studio making a solo album that will be called "The return to Blueberry Hill" and "Your daddy's eyes" will be included and I'm going to let my friend sing it. It's about him, so it would be only right for him to sing it. I wasn't sure about even asking him if he would want to sing it but when I brought it up he was eager to do so. Saying that it was a beautiful, very emotional and personal work and he'd be honored to sing it.