Tag Archives: 70s
Mona brought this song to my attention, and I’m glad she did. I had seriously underestimated the range and power of Glen Campbell’s voice! Full lyrics HERE.
This was one of the first songs where I really noticed the lyrics. A dance with no steps, a song with no melody, a story with no moral; it’s about removing boundries and living a life that’s free. Full lyrics HERE. (If you’ve followed this blog a while, you’ve probably seen me post this song …
There is something about this I find very appealing. There are 216 dice in this project, 136 of which are visible. The dice in the middle and on the bottom might be placed haphazardly and we’d never know, but I can’t imagine the artist would cut corners like that.
When I was a kid, listening to this song on a mono AM radio with a half-inch speaker pressed tightly to my ear, I thought this was a song about a white horse– but it turns out he wasn’t saying “Palomino Blanca.” Full lyrics HERE.
The signature of a Kris Kirstofferson song is really, really long lines. Full lyrics HERE.
I didn’t really think much of this song while it was on the charts, but all these years later it popped into my head and won’t leave. Full lyrics HERE.
It took me forever to find this song because I thought it was by Harry Nilsson. It isn’t. Full lyrics HERE.
Everything about this video, from the way they dress to the way they dance, just radiates joy. Full lyrics HERE. Other songs about September include: Try to Remember by Ed Ames (YouTube Link) September Song by Jimmy Durante (YouTube Link) September Morn by Neil Diamond (YouTube Link) Wake Me Up When September Ends by Green …