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Howdy, a bit of bubble-gum from my pre high schools sock hop daze! Nonetheless, i put a bit of country twang on the beat. See what you think, pardner!
When i was young, this song set me on fire, as i was just so shy. Now, hell, i'd just grab the boy and kiss'em. If magic stricks, so be it, otherwise, delete!
These heartfelt lyrics tell of falling in love while visiting paradise, which for me is my homeland, Hawaii.
Wikipedia reports that the song, "I Cover the Waterfront" is the theme song from the 1933 film, based on the book of the same name by Max Miller. The song (which appears in the film only as an instrumental) was written by Johnny Green and Edward Heyman. The song has gone on to become a jazz standard, having been recorded by Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Billie Holiday, among others.
The title of the song, "It's So Hard To Be In Love," written by my younger sister, conceptualizes my relationship with entertaining and the partners I've experienced in the process.
I've come to realize that if I am ever to resume my career, I now must rely primarily on myself and secondarily with good talent that may lend a hand.
At present, I am putting together a new group, and in my next blog I hope to be able to identify them as being such.