I Don’t Want to Hear Anymore

I’ve seen that look before
I know it well; it comes as no surprise
You’ve been avoiding me
But now you want to talk it over
Before you take my hand
And tell me softly in a whisper
There’s no need to explain
I’ve read the book; I know how this all ends

I don’t want to hear any more
You don’t need to tell me it’s over
I’ve been here before

A little Henley for your Wednesday

These times are so uncertain
There’s a yearning undefined
And people filled with rage
We all need a little tenderness
How can love survive in such a graceless age
The trust and self-assurance that lead to happiness
They’re the very things we kill, I guess
Pride and competition cannot fill these empty arms
And the work I put between us,
You know it doesn’t keep me warm.

"The Heart of the Matter" – The Eagles from Reynaldo Dasso on Vimeo.

Good-bye to Glenn Frye

I was not expecting this one…glad I was able to see Glenn and the boys one last time in 2015. Frye and Don Henley were one of the great songwriting duos of all time.

I am losing musical heroes too quickly these days, and they aren’t much older than me. Rock stars are supposed to flame out young of an overdose or a plane crash, or else just slowly fade away…

Eagles founder Glenn Frey has died at 67.

The band’s website posted the news late Monday, writing, “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of our comrade, Eagles founder Glenn Frey, in New York City on Monday, January 18th, 2016.”