(5) SoundCloud Audio Files of Fran Sisco’s (A) 0riginal songs and (B) song parodies

1a_AintGivingUpMyBraciole_Vocals_FranSisco_LeighHarrison_FrankPisani_030916.mp3

The transgender female singer of Italian ancestry claims she will not give up her “braciole” no matter how much she transitions from male to female.

Copyright 2014 Leigh Harrison (Music and lyrics) Fran Sisco (lyrics. Blues arrangement by Frank Pisani in 2016. Recorded at Park Hill Recording by Cliff Hackford.

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(No Vocals) – The transgender female singer of Italian ancestry claims she will not give up her “braciole” no matter how much she transitions from male to female.
Copyright 2014 Leigh Harrison (Music and lyrics) Fran Sisco (lyrics. Blues arrangement by Frank Pisani in 2016. Recorded at Park Hill Recording by Cliff Hackford.

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The trans girl singer states that she wants to be a cute girl and the many reasons why.

Copyright 1995-2016 Fran Sisco. Garage Band arrangement by Fran Sisco, with Frank Pisani in 2016.

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The trans girl singer states that she wants to be a cute girl and the many reasons why.

Copyright 1995-2016 Fran Sisco. Garage Band arrangement by Fran Sisco, with Frank Pisani in 2016.

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A transgender female singer celebrates why she loves being a trans girl.

Copyright 2016 Fran Sisco (Conception and transformative positive parody lyrics, using music ideas from Edith Piaf’s 1945 song “La Vie En Rose.”)

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A transgender female singer celebrates why she loves being a trans girl.

Copyright 2016 Fran Sisco (Conception and transformative positive parody lyrics, using music ideas from Edith Piaf’s 1945 song “La Vie En Rose.”)

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4a_ILikeThoseEyes_FranSiscoLyrics_FranAndEricJenningsMusic_DavidPattersonVocals_021308.mp3

The singer is looking in the mirror and commenting to herself/himself about what she/he likes and what she/he does not.

Copyright 2000 (1) Lyrics – Fran Sisco, Melody – Fran Sisco, (2) 2007 – updated for chords and changes in music with Eric Jennings and Fran Sisco.

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The singer is looking in the mirror and commenting to herself/himself about what she/he likes and what she/he does not.

Copyright 2000 (1) Lyrics – Fran Sisco, Melody – Fran Sisco, (2) 2007 – updated for chords and changes in music with Eric Jennings and Fran Sisco.

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4c_ILikeThoseEyes_FranSiscoLyrics_Fran&EricJenningsMusic_NoVocals_EricJenningsPianoChords_081707.mp3

The singer is looking in the mirror and commenting to herself/himself about what she/he likes and what she/he does not.

Copyright 2000 (1) Lyrics – Fran Sisco, Melody – Fran Sisco, (2) 2007 – updated for chords and changes in music with Eric Jennings and Fran Sisco.

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5a_SweetheartWeWereMeantToBe_F.SiscoLyrics_VocalsR.E.King_MusicFran&ScottPollack_FPisani_031816.m4a

The singer wants to get back with his lover and muses fondly while with her.

Copyright 2009 Music-Fran Sisco & Scott Pollack, Lyrics-Fran Sisco. Updated April 2016 with some lyric changes and bosso nova arrangement by Frank Pisani, recorded at Park Hill Recording by Cliff Hackford.

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The singer wants to get back with his lover and muses fondly while with her.

Copyright 2009 Music-Fran Sisco & Scott Pollack, Lyrics-Fran Sisco. Updated April 2016 with some lyric changes and bosso nova arrangement by Frank Pisani, recorded at Park Hill Recording by Cliff Hackford.

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A parent sings a lullaby to her/his child, as the moonlight comes in the window, realizing that the days with such a lullaby are short and will be very much missed.

Copyright 1994 Music Kelly Sisco, Lyrics Fran Sisco (August 2016-blues/waltz arrangement by Frank Pisani and Friends)

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7a_WeAreAllKindsOfPeople_FranAndKellySiscoSinging_FranSiscoParodyInEmceeSpot_091816.mp3

The singers recognize we are all kinds of people and should appreciate and love each other for our differences and diversity.

Copyright 2015 Fran Sisco (Positive parody lyrics. Music ideas are from Frank Sinatra’s “Nice and Easy” song.)

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This piano-only musing has a melancholy yet hopeful feel, cascading yet lifting up.

Copyright 2016 Fran Sisco

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The music track is by Fran Sisco using Garage Band playing in background at the open mic performance, with Fran Sisco singing live with musicians playing live as follows- Gary Fierer (guitar and percussion on feet), Mike Milazzo (guitar), Dan Recker (keyboards). Penny Pollack was running the mic.

The singer describes how he kicked his baby boomer blues that was brought about by an aching neck and head and the issues of being a baby boomer struggling with the many issues of life, yet his attitude gets turned around. (Style is a blend of blues and rock with embedded raps).

Copyright 2000-2012 Fran Sisco – Music and Lyrics

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The singer wishes to be the “carousel girl” (savior) of the person she fancies, particularly, and the world, more generally.

Copyright 2006 Matina Grammas (music) and Fran Sisco (lyrics)

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