#SongTuesday

I can’t believe I had forgotten about this song. When I was looking for songs to share today, this song just popped up. Have a great Tuesday with this 70s ballad, everyone!

The Ballad of Lucy Jordan – Marianne Faithful

In Love and Light

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So, young Colin had a crush on her… hehe. It is one of those songs that is characteristic of the 70s. You made me curious. I have to research her history.

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She used to have a lovely soft voice. Sadly her turning point came with drug experimentation which (I understand) totally messed up her vocal chords. Her voice in your video was her “post-drug” voice.

Below is from my “treasured” album!

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I was just a normal wild lad, and on hindsight it was simply because I left living out in the ‘bush’ to go city (well, it had about 12,000 people, over here that’s a city 🀣), and the first person I met in my new school proceeded to corrupt me with heavy metal. Now people faint because the regular sound in my house is Cafe Del Mar or Deva Premal πŸ˜‚ Don’t get me wrong, I love lots of music but a tendency to want to hear what I feel and as that inner place see’s and feels its peace a rhythm descends, almost like a hum, a single note of love πŸ˜€ ❀️ πŸ™πŸ½ πŸ¦‹

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I can relate to what you say. It always depends. Sometimes I love to listen to sounds like meditation music, sometimes to my beloved 80s, and then to the wildest and most energizing sounds… volume up, windows down, rooftop open, and here we drive…. lol

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