I’d Really Love To See You Tonight – A Critique

This is the close I could come to England Dan and John Ford Coley’s assertion that a “warm wind” could blow stars around.  I used to fool myself into believing the lyric said “There’s a warm wind blowin’, the stars are out… and I’d really love to see you tonight.”  But as I listen in HD, and Hi Fidelity, it’s clear he’s either talking about stars being blown around by the warm wind of his love, or he was possibly really high when he sung it.  Judge For Yourself (Scroll to I’d Really Love to See You Tonight).  I was right all along, the stars are blown around!

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