“…livin’ in a lonely world.  She took the midnight train goin’ anywhere.  Just a city boy born and raised in south Detroit.  He took the midnight train goin’ anywhere.  A singer in a smoky room.  A smell of wine and cheap perfume.  For a smile they can share the night.  It goes on and on and.. read more →

“… take your foot off the brakes.  You don’t need to stop and reminisce your heartbreak.  What you really need to do is get some glue and put it back together.  There’s a change in the forecast.  The weather’s gon’ get better…” I love this lyric.  Seriously.  Something about the imagery. It’s so simple!  We’ve.. read more →

“…I’m a man on a mission.  I’m a bomb with a short-ass fuse.  I got a hundred dollar bill and when I’m dressed to kill, wear my blue suede shoes.  And my mama said the day Elvis died she prayed that his soul would stay alive.  And I believe prayers come true.  Holla back, baby,.. read more →

“…feelings change.  It’s been so long since I found you yet it seems like yesterday.  Seasons change. People change.  I’ll sacrifice tomorrow just to have you here today…” There’s a little 1987 for ya’ today. You’re welcome! Holy cow.  1987. I can tell you that when I was listening to that song on K92 out of Lynchburg,.. read more →

“…going jing-a-lang-a-ling.  Want to call you on the telephone, baby – I give you a ring but each time we talk I get the same old thing:  always, “No huggy, no kissy, until I get a wedding ring”.  My honey, my baby, don’t put my love upon no shelf.  She said, “Don’t hand me no.. read more →