Yang to the Yin
There's something about this song.
It always seemed half-finished to me -- incredibly catchy, but not quite coherent. Not quite all there.
Like the difference between a great song and a classic song.
And whenever I find myself thinking things like this, I wonder if I'm asking too much.
If this song came from anyone else, I'd be thrilled. I'd remember it fondly and tell you a story about a girl who loved the song.
But the bar is higher for some musicians.
And that's not fair -- I know that.
We shouldn't judge someone harshly because they caught lightning in a bottle more than once and created true classics that will last for generations.
Maybe we should just concentrate on the feeling and try to capture the zen essence of things, letting the rest of it just blow away.
And yes, if you've been watching, there has been a new post up on this blog every single day in May -- plus a bonus of 2 posts on the 21st. There's no particular reason for this -- I just wanted to post more frequently this month and gave myself a challenge of putting up a new post every day.
Thanks for hanging out.
Carrie Lane, The TVD First Date
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