Discussion in 'Random Nonsense' started by Daniel~, Mar 30, 2018.
haunting and ephemeral like a fog that does not depart but rather lingers across our lands.
I can't believe this song has returned to me! I'm certain that If I lived a hundred years I would never have thought of it, and now here it is again!
I have always rather liked Louden, but this is the song I was looking for.
a true classic. One we all carry in our hearts,
Alas, we are all destined to become compost. I have spoken to my body about this, that one fine day I will get up and leave my body behind. My body and I don't know where I'll be going or if going will still be had.
But we both comfortable with becoming compost, After all we were born of compost, lived in and by compost.
We owe everything to compost and must there fore be happy to serve as compost.":O}
"There's a light
a certain kind of light
That's never going to shine on me."
Where are you going to find a more naked unveiling of a human heart?
Oh to be fifty years younger, three times more talented a bass player and in this band! I really like these guys, thank you Daniel!
Mr Springsteen did a "one man show" on Broadway. It was available on Netflix, it was great. Sorry, there are quite a few videos on Netflix but that one's gone.
We had a 4.6 earthquake late last night. The first reference to it online I saw said "3.0." I knew they were lyin' sacks of crap. I've never ever felt a 3.0. While I was swaying north to south I actually said "I don't want to die" out loud. What effrontery!
Gotta love those double barreled names, how y'all Tony Joe?
A song about the complexities of love, a song about the pain of love lost.
First heard it around 50 years ago or there about... This song just really gets to me.
Here's a love without reservations
I almost always listen to them together. The first wounds, the second heals.
In this song Paul tells me something of the joy of performance art. To captivate and elevate one's audience
"It was late in the evening and I blew that room away!"
I posted this song as performed by Byrne, But Patti just learned it was written by one of the great great of Soul.
Both of these songs are new to me, oh the shame of missing something that shouldn't have been missed. It is truly amazing that songs from fifty or more years ago can seem like only yesterday. So Nico's real first name was Christa. My deceased girlfriend was named Crysta, I just ordered a brick with her name to be in front of the new market started up by Northwest Harvest featuring fresh local produce. Brought a tear to my eye it did.
Paul Simon, one of our very best. Referring to the biographic info revealed in my last post, I didn't say "I'm gonna get that girl if it's the last thing I ever do," I said "it would be fantastic to know that girl much better than I do." And it was a dream that came true slowly, slowly. I miss her.
Indeed he is one of the greats!
I'm sorry for your loss I feel you've found a wonderful way to keep her in remembrance.
Northwest Harvest fed Patti and I more than a few times. Where are you gonna find better people than those who have fed the poor?
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