• Lyrics Of Two Is #1 On The Deli Magazine’s Global Music Charts!

      (click to enlarge chart)             Lyrics Of  Two continues to have music chart success into 2018! Although, Lyrics Of  Two has had the great honor of being in first place many times before on The Deli Magazine’s U.S. charts and on other international radio charts, this chart is particularly exciting as Lyrics Of

  • Recap Of This Week!

      Another busy week for Lyrics Of Two below is a recap! Song Review:  Since the release of “Let’s Make This Earth From House To Home” the song has continued to receive some terrific reviews. Truly grateful for all of the kind words received from the reviewers that take the time to listen to the song

  • “Feather Haiku” By Marie Helen Abramyan Published In Stepkid Magazine!

       “Feather Haiku” by Marie Helen has been published in the literary magazine Stepkid! Thank you very much for featuring the poem, and for the kind words Stepkid Magazine, really enjoyed reading your interpretation of the haiku! Everyone, you can check out the feature at the link below. “Feather Haiku” By Marie Helen Abramyan Featured

  • “From Seeds To A Plant, On Time For Halloween”

    Happy Halloween Everyone!    So often during the holidays and changing of seasons, we are so busy and overwhelmed with excitement, and emotions that we tend to overlook the beauty in the small delicate aspects of life and the changes in nature. Consequently, I recently decided to grow a little plant, in a holiday appropriate

  • Lyrics Of Two is the #1 band again on the Deli Music Charts!

      Hi Everyone! The latest Deli Magazine Music Charts are up, and Lyrics Of Two tops the charts once again, as #1 band,  in all of the regions listed above! As you know,  Lyrics Of  Two has been having a great run on various charts. With the latest single “Let’s Make This Earth From House To Home”

  • How I Met Lilly, The Helmeted Guineafowl

        As you guys already know, this summer on a very sunny morning, I was greeted by a lovely large bird beside my car. Although, at the time I wasn’t sure what type of bird it was, its large gray frame, striking white head, and sturdy thick legs, made me certain that it was