Today is the 41st anniversary of Ian Hunter’s You’re Never Alone With a Schizophrenic album. This song was redone by Barry Manilow, but let’s play this one. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“We walked to the sea, just my father ‘n’ me. And the dogs played around on the sand. Winter cold cut the air, hangin’ still ev’rywhere, dressed in gray, did he say hold my hand? I said love’s easier when it’s far away. We sat ‘n watched a distant light.” – “Ships” (Hunter)