Have you ever wanted to give a unique gift to commemorate a special occasion or to celebrate someone special in your life?

Why not the gift of a song?

I provide customized, original songs for:

Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, memorial services, family and class reunions, loved ones in the military, retirements, engagements, baby showers, your sweetheart, your pet…you name it!

What Will You Receive?

A CD of your original song, including custom CD cover art

A lyric sheet of your song

An mp3 version

How Does it Work?

To begin the process, you will fill out a questionnaire answering questions about who the song is about, their special traits, memorable moments, etc. The more detailed information the better – it will give me lots to work with and give you the best song possible.

How Much Does it Cost?

It all depends on the project.  Some projects are simple and some are complex. Once I receive your questionnaire and have a consultation with you I will be able to provide a free quote.

How Long Does it Take?

Once I have all your information, approximately 2-3 weeks.

To get started:

Send an e-mail to me at: with “Songwriting” in the subject line.

I will send you the questionnaire and we are on our way!



  1. Jane Samuels
    Posted November 14, 2012 at 11:58 pm | Permalink

    I would like you to consider writing a song about memories of my mother so I could give it to my siblings for Christmas. You are a superb songwriter and I give you 5 stars. I also thought that people might like to have a song written about their pet. I think people would love that…

  2. Julie
    Posted February 22, 2014 at 7:23 pm | Permalink

    I commissioned two songs from Carol to give to my husband for Christmas. They were beyond amazing and will no doubt be considered the best gift ever. She worked with a poem he had written several years ago and put her own artistry into the lyrics and melody. Completely blew him away. The second song was more whimsical based on our boating adventures. This is the gift of a life time!

  3. Posted December 25, 2015 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

    The question I ask myslef every Sunday is am I multitasking in worshipping God? am I playing this new song I wrote for Him alone, is is some of my own agenda creeping in?When I lead my church in a song I’ve written I never say I wrote it. When I introduce it to my team during practice I usually say it’s a rare song I’m not sure you would have heard it before so that they dont suspect I wrote it. I personally never fess up unless asked directly. That’s my personal MO because I don’t ever want pride to creep in. I have also found that when I lead the song if others know I wrote it I am thinking less about worshipping and more about I hope this song doesn’t flop That will be so embarrassing! Everyone knows I wrote it! It’s just distracting for me. Now there is definitely a case to be made for sharing giftings, letting my place in the body be known, and especially making it known when the Lord gives our congregation a specific song to be sung prophetically (as in, I feel like the Lord gave me this original song for us to sing because as a church we need to proclaim _______ ). But I feel like the instances where someone has to know I wrote it are exceptions. Worship is about God alone, I don’t think I have any right to multitask.

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