A Passionate Rock Musical that Exposes Dark Secrets Hidden Within the Heart, Mind, and Soul.
These are my confessions
Secrets of my mind
Everything that mattered
Truth I can not hide
Nothing but a shadow
What I was, What I am
What I’m supposed to be
Forgive me, God, forgive me
For being so unkind
Cynical and blind
To those who thought they knew me
And those who never did
To those who hear my songs
In the places where they live
I offer my confessions
Honest to the core
Offer my confessions
There won’t be anymore
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Songs About Missing Mom Who Passed Away
8. “This Song is for My Mother” by Catman Cohen
"The following 20 Songs About Missing Mom who passed away will help you if you're facing the emotional stage of losing your mother."
- Sampana Bishwakarma, World Wide Tune, Songs About Missing Mom Who Passed Away
Best Lady Songs
54. “Rose Hips Lady” by Catman Cohen
"These songs with “lady” in the title will make for an excellent playlist. Whether you’re dedicating a song to your lady or making a playlist as a gift, try one of these songs that feature the word, ‘lady.’"
- Carson McQueen, Spinditty, 90 + Songs With “Lady” in the Title
"[This Song is for My Mother] exemplifies the depth of emotion that children have for their mothers, evoking a strong sense of nostalgia with soft-spoken lyrics that serve as a reminder to cherish them while they are still here.
With its gentle acoustic guitar, mournful violin, and subdued piano accompaniment, it creates a beautiful musical landscape to express feelings of respect, awe, and admiration toward someone who gave so much."
- Raelyn Tran, Little Corner of a Music Lover, Top 17 Sad Songs About Losing Your Mom (Lyrics) in 2023
"[This Song is for My Mother] is a touching tribute to Catman Cohen’s mother and it is a song about his grief of losing her. He talks about how he wishes that he could tell her one more time how much he loved and appreciated her while she was alive.
He also shares the pain of not being able to say goodbye, which makes it all the more heartbreaking. The song is an emotional reminder to cherish and appreciate the time we have with those closest to us before it’s too late."
- Matthew, Recording-History, 67 Best Songs and Lyrics About Death Of All Time
"Like the title of this ballad, [This Song is for My Mother] is for anyone who regrets not doing more or being there for their mother during their battle with an illness. This song is powerful and will make you cry..."
- Courtney, Devoted to Vinyl, 11 Songs About Losing Your Mom to Help You Cope and Heal
"The title says it all. Catman wrote [This Song is for my Mother] after the death of his mother. It expresses all of the regrets of not being there for her."
- Liam F., Music Grotto, 51 Best Songs About Death To Grieve To
"I don't even know who Catman Cohen is in fact no one knows who Catman Cohen is but he sent me the track [Fireworks Hill] and asked me to sing on it..."
- Francis Dunnery, July, 2012, in an interview with Dominic Beaumont re: Fireworks Hill
"Daring, ambitious, and high-concept... Cohen's polished production is a world unto itself, a beautiful nightmare whose wry humor and inky darkness make it a strong candidate for Off-Broadway."
- Music Connection Magazine
"Confessions of a Shadow is a musical that looks to blow the roof off of the genre – it is a once in a lifetime experience for listeners and those that crafted the effort. Give it a go today. Rating: 9.1/10"
- James McQuiston, NeuFutur Magazine
Clyde “Sudsy” O’Neil
Keyboards: Bruce Wangsanutr and Catman Cohen
Electric and Acoustic Guitars: James Lum
Bass Guitar: Sid Johnson
Saxophones, Flutes, and Horns: Aaron Mull
Drums and Percussion: Anthony Heller
Violins: Kristen Kimiko
Cellos: Kwai Bun
Music and Lyrics by Catman Cohen
Executive Producer in Heaven: Henry Iglesias
Produced and Arranged by James Lum and Bruce Wangsanutr
Engineered and Mixed at First Step Productions Studio
Mastered by Frank Josephs
Website and Graphic Design by Christopher Getman
Special Publicity by Vicky Asher and Arnold Levine
Legal by Dean Sheldon Serwin