Today is the 43rd anniversary of Leonard Cohen’s Death of a Ladies’ Man album. Not his most widely known work, but it’s Cohen, it has to be pretty good. I mean, if you like that kind of thing. I do when I’m in the mood. This song was done by a gentleman with a good voice and I enjoyed listening as he did the lead track from the album. I hope you do, too.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“As the mist leaves no scar on the dark green hill, so my body leaves no scar on you and never will. Through windows in the dark, the children come, the children go. Like arrows with no targets. Like shackles made of snow. True love leaves no traces if you and I are one.” – “True Love Leaves No Traces” (Cohen/Spector)