I really like this woman’s voice. I guess this song captures the concept of a love that never was and never can be. Reminds me of another song yet it is so bad I am not going to share it. Can anyone guess which one I am thinking about?
29th of August — 4th of September 2020
Time once again to go back to the early seventies. I remember this tune being on the radio as a very young child. Sadly the video and sound quality of this clip is pretty bad. However, it is a very pretty song. Video with better audio quality
In this song, Alan Parsons adopts Egyptian mythology and imagines a conversation between a man who is at the point of death and the boatman who has been charged with taking his soul across the river of death. I have written below the beginning of verses 1 and 2. “Well I sympathise completely, but there
A cute, funny song. “My Maserati does 185. I lost my license now I don’t drive.” Also in this version notice the slight comical change in the line: “I making records my fans they can’t wait. They write me letters tell me Glen’s great.” Well the first version of this song I got from Youtube
I thought this song was about a broken relationship but Thomas Chaplin actually introduces it by saying the song was written by his band mate about him because he was so bad at getting girls. However the original Youtube video that has this introduction has sadly been taken down by the original poster so I
I think most of us at some points in our life can relate to the lyrics of this song. Very interesting video and well worth watching.
So I thought this song was not about her but her brother who messed up a relationship. However I then found a live version of this song on Youtube where Dido seems to intimate that writing the song caused a major hassle in her life which suggests she did write it about a lost lover.