All songs by John Walradt except where noted.
- Stay Here Now
- I wrote this for my wife Lora.
- Raindrop Soul
- Far From Home
- All I wanted to be is equal.
- You Can Feel It
- An energetic, catchy song about a young woman who runs away.
- The Most of Nothing
- I had this tune that sounded like Graham Nash would write.
- He Doesn't Know
- I wrote this after accidently running into the ex-boyfriend of my ex-girlfriend.
- Lazy Summer
- I don't mind if I do waste an hour or two, laying like a cat out in the sun.
- You'll be the Hole in my Doughnut if You Leave By John and Lora Walradt
- It started with a fortune cookie. Then it turned out like this.
- Sunny Sunday
- A lilting, catchy melody about spending a Sunday afternoon in a park.
- Comes and Goes
- A heartbreaker with a lovely melody.
- Studly Do–Right
- A crowd pleaser song about a young guy who likes to be the center of attention in a night club scene—and, of course,
he buys all the beer.
- Down East in a Harbor Town
- The story is about two lovers who miss each other's path, one going back east, the other going west. The
harbor town and island are on the coast of Maine.
- We Didn't Have Time Enough
- When I wrote it, I didn't expect that it would be so well received.
- When the Wildflowers Bloom By John Walradt and Anna Kim Sievers
- I had this melody hanging around for several years, then in 1989, I played it for Anna Kim and she said, "I know the title and I know what I want to write about!" After we recorded it, it got airplay in Boise, Idaho for about a month.
- Summer Day
- This song is for my brother, Tom, who's favorite season is the summer and spending time on the beach.
- I'm Not Coming Back
- A rocker about a friend of mine in Denver who told me about how she had broken up with her girlfriend.
- The Dark Shore
- Tom wanted some eerie, film noir kind of music for a movie he wanted to make. It was fun because it gave me something new
- Soft City Lights
- A story song of a woman who has someone too much on her mind.
- At the End of the Road
- A short song with somber words.
- All the Reasons Why
- I started writing this song as a movie theme.
- Kitty with the Hundred Dollar Balls
- This is just a short little song about our cat, Boris, after we got him neutered.