Thanks everybody for contributing! I've gotta get off the computer for now and will check back and make replies to everyone tomorrow.... my cat
beckons... he is at my BF's house and I gotta see my fur baby.
a reply to: Skid Mark Thanks for that, I sometimes hate those red squiggly lines... they make me question myself. Lol! Tim
Curry is very versatile! My first memory of him will always be Dr. Frankenfurter!
Thank you for sharing the lovely love songs!😊
How could I forget my favorite band The Mountain Goats
"some thing's you'll do for money, and some you'll do for fun, but the things you do for love are gonna come back to you one by one . . . "
about the song
John says: "The point of the song is, you know, that we are fairly well damaged by the legacy of the Romantic poets--that we think of love as this,
you know, thing that is accompanied by strings and it's a force for good, and if something bad happens then that's not love. And the therapeutic
tradition that I come from--I used to work in therapy--you know, also says that it's not love if it feels bad. I don't know so much about that. I
don't know that the Greeks weren't right. I think they were--that love can eat a path through everything--that it will destroy a lot of things on the
way to its own objective, which is just its expression of itself, you know. I mean, my stepfather loved his family, right? Now he mistreated us
terribly quite often, but he loved us. And, you know, well, that to me is something worth commenting on in the hopes of undoing a lot of what I
perceive as terrible damage in the way people talk about this--love is this benign, comfortable force. It's not that. It's wild, you know?"
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