Never have I wanted the main lyric of this song to be true as in 2020. I so much hope and pray that the wicked spell of far right politics is broken in 2021. So tired of the Trump’s, Putin’s and Johnson’s of this world.
12th — 18th of December 2020
There is something very sad and true about this song. Perhaps it is just me, but there are lyrics in this song that I have related to at different times in my life. Probably the lines that I most relate to at this present time are: Bruises that won’t heal You look so tired, unhappy
Another very beautiful song from the 1980s. I beginning to think that perhaps the 80s was one of the best decade for contemporary music or perhaps, more likely, it was just my formative years when I was developing my musical taste and collecting lots of albums.
OK so this song is at the extreme end of pop. Some may argue the worst of the seventies. I include this song however for a very specific reason. My autistic daughter is unable to hold a conversation so understanding what she is thinking and feeling can be challenging at the best of time. Yet
Funny how after so many weeks of posting I have yet to put a song by the band America. I think this is one of their best songs. One lyric in this song contains a very clever use of the nightmarish number of homophones that exist in the English language, which always trip people like
Another classic song from Joni Mitchell. The title of this song comes from this classic lyric: Late last night I heard the screen door slam And a big yellow taxi took away my old man Don’t it always seem to go That you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone They paved paradise, put