Ted Mcdonald and I have a dilemma on lifestyles as presented in songs.
On the one side of the coin is the advice of Tom T. Hall in the song below.
On the other side of the coin is the advice of Kenny Rogers in the song below.
Slow Dance More
Flip again and see which of these is your choice.
Tom T. Hall also had this advice:
OLD DOGS CHILDREN AND WATERMELON WINE
I wish I had heard these songs before I actually lived them. It would have saved me a bunch of money and heartache, but I always thought that I could be a songwriter and they say you have to live it to write it. That is my excuse and I am sticking to it.
What is your vote on this most important issue?
There was a time when I lived by Merle Haggard's advice.
As D.C. resources begin to buckle under the strain of thousands of migrants being sent to the nation's capital from Texas, the Biden Administration has taken steps to solve the problem by hiring them all as IRS agents.
The eclectic playlist of melodies that I am drawn to in inspiration to learn, and play, has just been enriched by one melody from my childhood that concurrently found its place into the collective consciousness of generations, rightly seeking that bittersweet space where happiness lives.