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Steve Robinette / Blog

Elderly View

Elderly View

I am in front of you, don’t you see me? I hear all your words, can’t you hear me speaking? I feel all the things that you feel, can you feel mine? I hurt the way that you hurt, do you feel my pain? I’ve loved the way that you love, can you love me? I can’t walk past you like you do me, can you stop? I cry just like you cry, can you wipe my tears away? I will be there for you if you need me, will you be here? I was young just like you are, will you always be? I am standing right in front of you. Can you see your future? My hands are crippled, my eyes are weak. My head bows low. Can you kneel down to greet me? Will you take my hand to and say No matter how you see me, I will love you anyway.

Stephen Robinette

I hope that all of us will remember that older people were once young and full of life.In serving them I have loved each person I came into contact with. These few lines that I've written is how I believe in some ways the elderly might view the things and people that are around them. Please, if you visit them, remember that they were at one time very much like we are now. At the very least, say hello.

Angry !!

I guess this may have happened to others but; have you ever laid down a vocal track and try to edit it only to find that your software changed your voice to sound like some kind of robot? What really made me angry was that there was not an undo ! Oh well, back to the drawing board.


I suppose a good imagination helps when performing. Yeah, it does. So I guess mine is running backward. This may be a little thing, but months back I could have sworn there were at least a few LIKES on my profile. But I guess ' o ' s better than none.


I want to thank the ( Red Cadillac Gang) for all the support they've given tome, as well as all that have done the same. God bless you. Steve


There is not anything greater than a true friend. Mike was that friend. He started me out recording. We shared many days together talking and laughing. He passed away at only 44. Someday, we'll sing together again. Miss you Mike. I uploaded a song in his memory. I hope you'll listen atleast once.


I have to say, that Reverbnation has brought alot of true talent to the entire world. In the past few months I have been amazed at the singers and musicians that I've listened to aren't getting much more publicity. I simply look forward to clicking on a new name and hearing some great vocals. I sure hope that these performers have continued success at their craft. Steve Robinette