Love at the Bottom of the SeaMusic CD - 2012
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(actually my comments continued) "The Only Boy in Town" is a beautiful waltz about the parameters required for fidelity. The limerick like verses have joyous rhymes: Oh if only you were the only boy in France Our life would not be like one long, long, long seance I think I would endeavor To love you forever Instead of only for the nonce If-if only you were the only boy in France "The Machine in Your Hand" (dildo, gun or iphone?) is reminiscent of a Japanese short story by Edogawa Ranpo (the name is a rendering Edgar Allen Poe), "The Human Chair" (1925) where an obsessed artist converts himself into a chair to be proximate to others. Creepy or romantic? ... too late, on to: "Goin’ Back to the Country", a joyous patter through a non-urban landscape. At two minutes exactly, the shortest of the love songs. I'm gonna fly back to Laramie Let Laramie Take care of me Till they bury me A playful take on Peter, Paul & Mary's "John Henry Bosworth" But there's a reason for living way down in the valley That only the mountain knows "I’ve Run Away to Join the Fairies" celebrates the Wee Folk at their most sinister (enslaving mortals). We all know some changlings. (continued in quotes)
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