You can buy the semi-guaranteed hit song copyright, “Never is Forever”, for the measly sum of $1,000,000.00 on Ebay.
Just to be clear, it’s the song’s author, Floyd Murray, making the semi-guarantee, saying, “I humbly must admit, based on my gut and the response that this song brings, that this is a major hit song.” The cynic in me normally ignores PR stunts such as this one, but in this case, the cynic in me actually wanted to hear the song…to trash it.
Here’s the thing — the song actually IS good, and has hit potential. I’m not sure it’s worth $1M, but it may provide just enough legs to help Murray find an interested song publisher. Kudos to Floyd on a solid self-promotion effort. Floyd, if you read this a couple issues:
Try as I might, I can’t seem to find song auction on Ebay…Oops, nevermind, the auction starts on March 26th. The song video (see below) is not in YouTube. Why not? Leverage the video capitol of the world…(Ok, the video IS on YouTube, however it’s not linked to in the press release. Thanks, Chris!)
- Floyd’s website needs serious help, partying like it’s 1999. My eyes still hurt…
Otherwise, kudos, and best of luck, Floyd. Here he is singing the song — what do you think?
Let the bidding begin. (Let me know if you find the auction…)