This wasn’t as sad as the Teddy Bear:
So, with songs from the 70’s this month, I’m avoiding things that have schlock value. There was an abundance of that in 70’s pop, either in the form stupid lyrics that were delivered with painful sincerity (e.g. Exile’s “Kiss You All Over”) or by trying too hard to be tongue-and-cheek (e.g. Rupert Holmes’ “Escape”). I’m also excluding classic rock standards that are all too familiar to my regular playlists (Bowie, Zeppelin. etc.) I really want to share songs the truly embody the era as I remember it, while still sparking genuine feelings. I hope I’m making sense. This one is truly timeless in my heart:
Please make tomorrow a great day. I have to pop up to Vancouver, B.C. tomorrow. In light of that, I challenge You to have something that’s easy to eat in the car. That’s pretty broad. I know You can do it!
You will always mean everything to me.