Radio wisdom

The office I’m at this week had a classic rock station on today. I have heard these songs many times over the years, but for some reason the lyrics had me thinking today. So thanks to the many classic rock artists for the wisdom they shared.  

My dreams aren’t as empty as my conscience seems to be

If I claim to be a wise man it means I surely don’t know

Though my eyes could see, I still was a blind man, though my mind could think I still was a mad man 

Hold on loosely, if you cling to tight you will lose control

Life goes on long after the thrill of livin is gone

Hold on to sixteen as long as you can, changes come around real soon make us women and men

And I couldn’t believe it, I just had to find out for myself.  There’s some things in this world you just can’t explain. 

All we do crumbles to the ground though we refuse to see

It’s a hard life to live but it gives back what you give

Ain’t  it funny how the night moves when you just don’t seem to have as much to lose 

Great lyrics by some wonderful artists.  

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Muses from the front range of the Rocky Mountains

Posted in Life, Music
One comment on “Radio wisdom
  1. Rick says:

    Those are some great lines from some great songs.

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