Steven is 60 and incarcerated in the US (IA).
First and foremost, I want you to know that I am truly innocent of my crimes and am truly a good attorney away from being a free man.
I spend a lot of my time writing; I love to write songs and write music to the songs. I learned how to play the bass guitar in prison and have actually played for seven different live bands in prison. It wasn’t that I was in such high demand, we just had a shortage of bass players (smile).
I try to be diverse and open-minded in all areas of life, as I am hopeful it shows in the songs I submitted with this profile.
As you probably already know, prison can be a very lonely place and honestly, it is very hard for me to find friends in here and I tend to believe it’s because I truly don’t belong in here.
When I’m thinking of words to a new song or just thinking about life, I love to walk or pace, it’s relaxing and gives me peace of mind.
I don’t know what to expect from this profile and I’ve been in prison for so long, I really don’t know if I’m talking about the right things or what I should be talking about. I’m just trying to be honest. I am hopeful that I’ll receive responses out of pity at least, just because I’m an old sap! (smile)
Have a great day and thanks for checking me out.
Fifty years old living like I’m eighteen – knowing damb well it ain’t nothing but a smoke screen – silencing others due to their trespasses – taking my smoke screen, blowing smoke up people’s asses – don’t give a damb if they don’t like what I have to say – cuz I’m going to tell them what I think anyway – can’t find a friend within blood relatives – don’t quite get it but that’s how my blood lives – been abandoned by the life I chose – always a lone wolf, always a renegade, that’s just how my crazy ass life goes – My life goes:
Sweet things, young things, every time I turn around – getting all excited thinking that I’m love bound – easier to fall in love and harder to get over – all because this man’s getting older – can’t seem to keep my focus in just one place – cuz every time I turn around I see another pretty face – still half mean and a little less bolder – all because this man’s getting older.
Tried the married life but didn’t seem to fit in – off I go dating, trying that route again – always open-minded with each and every try – don’t know if I’m with a girl or maybe some other guy – times are so different, ain’t what it used to be – when you open your eyes don’t know what you’ll see – yet I keep looking at all these pretty things – just passing my time to see what my life brings – been abandoned by the life I chose – always a lone wolf, always a renegade, that’s just how my crazy ass life goes – My life goes:
Spending my spare time playing mini golf and bass guitars – dreaming of a live band with lead and rhythm stars – tommy and bass drums snares and cymbal chime – all from a drummer who knows how to stay in time – been single oh so long – writing down the words to this brand new song – some words are shaky, even sounding kind of bad – remember it’s a song and not meant to make you mad – been abandoned by the life I chose – always a lone wolf, always a renegade, that’s just how my crazy ass life goes – My life goes:
Only one good thing I found about getting older – that means I have to be alive to still be getting older –
And I am getting older
When life seems to knock you down, everything seems to go round and round, why don’t you try it this way.
This way doesn’t seem to make sense – got my life teetering on a fence – very few ups, so many downs, very few smiles, too many frowns – oh, why don’t you try it this way
This way hasn’t been kind to me – got me in a bind, can’t set myself free – suffering shows up day and night – don’t know how I’m supposed to win this fight – Oh, why don’t you try it this way
This way doesn’t seem to be working – every turn, troubles there lurking – two steps forward, seems to be okay – til you realize, that was yesterday – oh, why don’t you try it this way
This way has you sitting all alone – has you tired and weary to the bone – days and nights seem to drag along – got you writing life’s sad song – oh, why don’t you try it this way
When life seems to knock you down – everything seems to go round and round – why don’t you try it this way
This way has you on your knees to pray – thanking God for each and every day – so many ups, no time to be down – so many smiles, no need to frown – oh, why don’t you try it this way
This ways been so kind to me – bound in God’s love that sets me free – Godly suffering brings great delight – showing His love and winning the fight – oh, why don’t you try it this way
This way has you doing good works – so little trouble, so many perks – every step forward brings the Light of Day – not even thinking about yesterday – oh, why don’t you try it this way
This way gives you wonderful friends – Godly treasures and not old trends – time seems to go by way too fast – waiting on life that will forever last – oh, why don’t you try it this way
When life seems to knock you down – everything seems to go round and round – why don’t you try it this way – oh, why don’t you try it this way
• Date of Birth: 06/14/1962 (60 years old)
• Gender: Male
• Marital Status: Divorced
• Sexual Orientation: N/A
• Race: White
• Ethnicity: N/A
• Eye Color: Hazel
• Hair Color: Bald
• Height: 6 ft.
• Body Type: Average
• Hometown: N/A
• Spoken Languages: English
• Religion: N/A
• Astrological Sign: N/A
Profile will end on: 09/15/2023
Steven Bradley #0207216
Iowa State Penitentiary – 1110
P.O. Box 96777
Las Vegas, NV 89193
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• Incarcerated Since: 1994
• Sentence Received: Life Without Parole
• Earliest Release: N/A