What a Beautiful Mess!

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Stargazer

Stargazer
I’m crazy, crazy, I’m the boy
Who defies all, yeah
Lift me higher, than anyone
And hold me arms, yeah

Woman, woman, she out of mind
And simply out of soul, ohh, yeah, yeah, yeah
She gets me higher than anyone
And I miss her so, so do it, I miss her so

Stargazer you call the shots and I’ll take all
Stargazer won’t you kick with me, ohh, please
Stargazer you call the shots, I take all
Stargazer won’t you kick with me, ohh, baby please

I dance a dancer, I’m all wrong
She thinks she’s young and wise but no, no, no
She dance around my, my pretty little cable car
And fix me up with a guy, why?

C’mon, how dare you do this?
Why she done that to me, ever?
Why she done it to me? So I’m singing

Stargazer you call the shots and I’ll take all
Stargazer won’t you kick with me, please
Stargazer you call the shots and I’ll take all
Stargazer won’t you kick with me, ohh, baby please, tell you what?

Stargazer you cry in blue
Anything I’ve ever seen
It ain’t as good as you child
I’m not trying to push your feelings

But I know you hold me like butter in your hands
Cry for me and rub it in
Cry for the savior and the prophet’s son, yeah
Dream of me and Julie Ann, ohh, Xana come back again, yeah

Cry for me and rub it in
Cry for the savior and the prophet’s son, yeah, ohh
Dream of me and Julie Ann, ohh, Xana come back again

Stargazer‘ ~Mother Love Bone~

If you follow along with the music I share here you’ll see that I share a lot of 90’s music with you. I love the whole Grunge era and one of the band’s I’ve neglected to share with you is Mother Love Bone. Of all the bands from that era MLB is one of the earliest ones and just think how different the 90’s would have been without the unfortunate overdose death of lead singer Andrew Wood. There wouldn’t be Pearl Jam as we know it without this happening. It’s been pointed out to me that I seem to listen to a lot of music from dead guys….yea….it’s not a nice way to say it, but my love of 90’s music means that most of the singers that I love have been taken from this world way too soon. But, on the bright side of it all……..there’s still Eddie Vedder, and I’m thankful for that.

Just a simple picture today, I seem to have been on a bit of a roll of inspiration lately, which is a very good thing.

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