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There's a reason for the gentleness in the delivery of the lyrics. I love the lyric "Desperado, oh, you ain't gettin' no younger" for all the reasons it implies.11 years ago, I had married a woman named "F" and make a family life, has 2 children.
"Desperado" is possibly at a turning point in his life where some well-meaning, well-timed words might finally open him up to change. My wife "F" loved me, but I don't love her, but I continued to live my life with her because a sense of moral responsibility for my child.
This song takes me back to 1980, when during my pregnancy my husband was cheating on me with a younger woman in his workplace.
It was a difficult time for me, but the experience made me a stronger person I could relate to the lyrics and this time in my life.
A blogger who has had terrible luck on Valentine's days meets a handsome veterinarian.
Then she finds out he is the one who has been leaving rude comments on her Valentines day articles and she questions if her luck has changed at all.
Both Jack and Katherine are matched up to each other and get on very well when they date but the little lies they have made up about each other threatens to derail their relationship especially as Katherine's dad ends up in the same hospital where Jack works as a nurse and then Katherine boyfriend finds out that Jack is actually a nurse and might only be interested in Katherine for her money.
It is a sweet but inoffensive film with appealing leads but do not expect anything more.
It is a simple violin line that matches the melody the Eagles use for the song.I really wanted him to come down from his fences (ways to justify his acts) and come to his senses (realize what he was doing would destroy our marriage)He was my first love and the whole experience was devastating to me, and unfortunately infidelity cost him several other marriages. Glenn Frey tells the story that the band was very pleased with the album. Well for me this song was addressed to people who have a very high standard for themselves esp. The key issue about this song is not about the person being sentimental or being desperate or being bitter for not having the things he should have (like relationships or commitments).But when brought back the master tape from England, the record company people were aghast. But I think the real issue here is the dilemma of choosing What is right!They may have picked it up from the film subliminally or unknowingly, as many artists do including myself.
You hear your track and realize perhaps years later where you found it… Was a pleasure to discover this in the film that first aired in 1967.
or choosing what makes you happy even it is not right!