There have been many interpretations for this song, but Nalick makes it easy for the listener to fill in their own tragedy. It's ambiguous enough for you to make it your own story, and bleak enough to bring you down. Anthony Kiedis wrote the lyrics for this Red Hot Chili Peppers song during a period when he felt distraught and emotionally drained. The dejection he was experiencing, in addition to prior drug use, led to emotional distress:
We will mark the occasion formally a little later this week, and acknowledge Sinatra's admiration for Holiday. But the respect was mutual, and on Billie Holiday's last major recording the stand-out track was a Sinatra song: As he told AARP magazine: I can sing that song.
I've felt every word in that song.
I mean, I know that song. It's like I wrote it. It's easier for me to sing that song than it is to sing 'Won't you come see me, Queen Jane? But now it is. Because Queen Jane' might be a little bit outdated. But this song is not outdated. It has to do with human emotion.
So who actually did write "Fool To Want You"? Just like Bob Dylan, Frank was a singer-songwriter. At any rate, he was never just a singer.
He conducted albums of fellow vocalists Dean Martin, Peggy Lee, Sylvia Syms and non-vocal albums, too Alec Wilder's chamber music, instrumental themes from "pictures and plays", and a set of specially commissioned "tone poems of color".
He founded his own record company. He optioned books and produced movies The Manchurian Candidate. He had his own music publishing company - because after all, if you're the singer everyone wants to get his song to, you might as well be the publisher, too.
And once in a while he co-wrote a song. There is a faintly disreputable practice in the music business of "cutting in" - of bigtime stars demanding their name be added to the credit of a tune as the price the writers are required to pay for having him sing it.
But Sinatra's song credits are so rare over the years that he seems to have reserved them for numbers where he did indeed make some contribution to the piece. The first song he wrote was back inas boy vocalist for the Tommy Dorsey band.
Nine years later, Sinatra had his most productive burst of composition, co-writing "Take My Love", of which more in a moment, and "Sheila", which is basically "Laura"'s less prepossessing sister, and "Peachtree Street", which made for an utterly charming duet with Rosemary Clooney. Inhe and Hank Sanicola wrote a Christmas song, "Mistletoe And Holly", which has stacked up a steady run of interpretations over the years, from Jack Jones, Charlie Byrd and others.
And inagain with Sanicola, he wrote his last ever song, a brash blaring number called "Mr Success" disfigured by all kinds of bum rhymes. After which Frank hung up his songwriter's hat for good.
But midway through his "writing" career came a small masterpiece. His composing partner was a fellow called Joel Herron, who'd known Sinatra since his early Dorsey days. In Marcha few weeks after Frank joined the band, Joel Herron was playing piano for Johnny Green's radio orchestra when the trumpeter Pee Wee Erwin asked him if he'd like to go to the Paramount tonight.
Herron asked why, and Erwin said, "Jack Leonard's outside. He's in his soldier's suit. He's been hauled into the army, and he wants to go over and hear the new kid with Dorsey.I'm not gonna write you a love song 'cause you asked for it 'cause you need one, you see things you want to hear.
And my heavy heart sinks deep down under You and your twisted words you can love me Because I say I won't write you a love song 'cause you asked for it 'cause you need one, you see. A slow song that’s both mournful and passionate, this is a love song about wanting to be with the one you love.
“I was definitely very inside this piece emotionally,” Richards remembers. “‘Wild Horses’ was about the usual thing of not wanting to be on the road, being a million miles from where you want to be.”. Insomnia had its benefits for Mick Jones in the 80s. As night fell on the circus his life had become since Foreigner released their all-conquering 4 album in , the guitarist found himself with room to breathe and time to write.
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