Hello again, hello!
Whether you can admit it or not you know that Neil Diamond has some of the most amazing love songs of all times EVER!
One of my fondest childhood memories is going for a ride in Nana Rose's
Nana Rose would ask me to serenade her and got to pop in the 8 track to "Love of the Rocks". I still know the song by heart and I dedicate it to all the men I've loved. The words with Neil's voice are truly haunting.
“Love on the rocks, ain’t no surprise, just pore me a drink and I'll tell you some lies, nothing to lose, so you just sing the blues, all the time
gave you my heart, gave you my soul, you left me alone here with nothing to hold, yesterdays gone, now all I want is a smile
First they say they want you, hear how they really need you, suddenly you find you're out there, walking in a storm
And when they know they have you, then they really have you, nothing you can do or say, you got to leave, just get away
We all know the song, you need what you need, you can say what you want, not much you can do when the feeling is gone, maybe blue skies above, but its cold, when your loves on the rocks...”
Written by: Neil Diamond & Gilbert Becaud
How is this not the anthem to the broken hearts club, and was this foreshadowing my entire love life to come way back in 1981? I mean I was only 2 years old! Was the evil eye put on me all those years ago riding in the Buick? Did I curse myself by singing along?
Now I've had a few relationships, on many types of rocks, so by now I’m never shocked when things go south, but I've always given my all in every relationship but as I get older and circumstances change I realize my all is changing as well. I've learned that giving to much of myself has only left me to bare the tundra of solitude. So how do I communicate what my needs are and meet someone else’s without running aground?