Simon and Garfunkel - Here is my song for the asking,Ask me and I will play So sweetly I'll make you smile.This is my tune for the taking.Take it, don't turn away. I've been waiting all my life.Thinking it over, I've decided Thinking it over, I'd be more than glad to Change my ways for the asking Ask me and I will play All the love that I hold inside This is my song.
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) Tells the story of two cabaret performers--blonde bombshell Loreli Lee, who is determined to marry for money, and brunette beauty Dorothy Shaw, who prefers to marry for love. When Loreli's engagement to a millionaire's son goes wrong, the two set sail for Europe, and the fun begins. *** I Love good musicals and this fits the bill.
This song and message relates to not just physical death but that of dementia as well. Dementia may strike long before death so do not wait to open or let go of past issues. -- Mike The Mechanics - The living Years - YouTube
I love this so much... It's so overwhelming to know that the death of his father caused all this. Billie's siblings have even said that once their father died it was like music was his only escape and that was it. As if he were doing it for his father❤️