Dylan said, "I find the religiosity and philosophy in the music. I don’t find it anywhere else. " This song gets to that, and it's done beautifully by Sarah J, a musician young enough to be his grand-daughter. Songs can be immortal.
This is the essence of the underdog showing the "master" who's boss: truth to power and truth winning.
African music.... damn how we danced to that!
Sprezzatura... I remember an English prof at Univ. of Arizona talking about that in 1980, my first year of college. Always aspired to this, but never quite got there. David Wilcox captures the joy of the ideal.
Will you love me until my heart stops? Will you love me until I'm dead?
a bike, a woman, an idea
lord, my body has been a good friend but I won't need it when i reach the end.
not sure, actually, but I always liked the rawness of "when you own a big chunk of the bloody third world the babies just come with the scenery."
beautiful story about an old man...
Love this sentiment.
My favorite song to do with Kathy, reminds me of Matthew, my dad, and everyone I love
Joni has to be on this list.... that spirit, that genius, that beauty.
Dylan said, "I find the religiosity and philosophy in the music. I don’t find it anywhere else. " I kinda agree.
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