When songs transcend memory to become part of my now, they are definitely among my "forever favorites". Joni Mitchell's "A Case Of You" is definitely one of them, and is today's Song of the Day.
Today's Song of the Day is one of my all-time favorite Joni Mitchell Songs, "A Case Of You", from the quintessential 1971 album, Blue.
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"I'm frightened by the devil, and I'm drawn to those ones that ain't afraid."
Blue :: Sarah McLachlan "Hey blue, here is a song for you, ink on a pin, underneath the skin, an empty space to fill in.” We drove all through the night and into the next morning, the two of us, stopping only for gas, coffee and a truck stop breakfast at 4 am. You did … Continue reading Songs are like tattoos :: Under the covers Sunday
"I remember that time you told me, you said, "love is touching souls", surely you touched mine, 'cause part of you pours out of me, in these lines from time to time." History: Recorded in 1971, A Case of You was first released on the 1971 album Blue with Mitchell playing Appalachian dulcimer, accompanied by James Taylor on acoustic guitar. The … Continue reading The 70’s :: If you want me I’ll be in the bar