This is intended to be a brief and friendly explanation of what's going on here. There is an older, more technical description of these lyric projects here, that you can probably do without if you're merely browsing through.
What are Songs of Days? I write a stand-alone lyric, usually something in rhyming verse, for every day - 7 days a week, 365 days a year. I first did this for 1,001 days, ending the series just after the turn of the century. A few years later I commenced again, with the intent to write 10,000 consecutive songs. I'm still writing those songs.
I've been putting these songs here since 2006; the current posting runs 6 years behind the writing (for no specific reason other than it was where things panned out as I settled into a habit of daily posts).
If you're new to this and want to see a little more, there is an archive of some of my personal favorites among the songs. Over to your right there is a sidebar with the usual sorts of options, including (if you scroll down) a system of what Google calls "labels" and everyone else calls "tags" that is at once absurdly extensive and tragically incomplete. There is a tumblr that parallels my efforts to complete the (massive) tagging backlog, but my attention to this is pretty scattershot so far: you can follow me on Google Plus and Twitter as well. I have a little bit of recording, mostly of these songs, at Bandcamp, and I'm working on a new set of recordings - there's a brief word or two about supporting that effort here. Welcome, and I hope you come around again.